If you are happy

HISTORY:
“If You’re Happy and You Know It” is a popular repetitive children’s song, stemming from an old Latvian folk song. The song is supposed to belong to the public domain, although many of the different versions of the song are still protected by copyright law. Music to this song coincides with the music of the song “Molodejnaya” written by Isaak Dunayevsky for the 1937-1938 Soviet film Volga-Volga. Another version was written by songwriter Alfred B. Smith (1916–2001). It has, like many familiar childhood cantations, been altered in various ways over the years for various uses.

LETTER:

If you are happy and you know it clap your hands

If you are happy and you know it clap your hands

If you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

If you are happy and you know it clap your hands

If you are happy and you know it stamp your feet

If you are happy and you know it stamp your feet

If you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

if you are happy and you know it stamp your feet

If you are happy and you know it comb your hair

If you are happy and you know it comb your hair

If you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

If you are happy and you know it comb your hair

If you are happy and you know it clean your teeth

If you are happy and you know it clean your teeth

if you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

If you are happy and you know it clean your teeth

If you are happy and you know it shout hoorah! hoorah!

If you are happy and you know it shout hoorah! hoorah!

If you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

If you are happy and you know it shout hoorah! hoorah!

If you are happy and you know it wave goodbye, goodbye

If you are happy and you know it cwave goodbye, goobye

If you are happy and you know it

And your really want to show it

If you are happy and you know it wave goodbye, goodbye

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