15 September 2010

Let the Sunshine In

“Sunlight is like a good champagne,” wrote Sir Henry Gauvain, an eminent British surgeon in the 1920s. He was a great believer in the use of fresh air and sunlight in medicine. And so am I. When the sun comes out, people start smiling again. Now sing along with me (preferably while wearing a little flowery apron and hanging the washing out in a happy spring-like way)...

So let the sun shine in
Face it with a grin
Smilers never lose
And frowners never win
So let the sun shine in
Face it with a grin
Open up your heart
And let the sun shine in. 
(Written by Stuart Hamblen; Copyright 1953 by Hamblen Music Company)

1 comment:

haideestar said...

Totally agree about sunshine , the Champagne thing , now that is a wonderful analogy !
Hang on where is all that sunshine .... rain & wind must be like bad beer, to much around & you can never get rid of it ....

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