Sunny Days will Come Again
Though to-day be dark and dreary,
And black clouds around us rise,
Let us halt not, nor be weary,
Light is looming in the skies!
Aid and cheer each fellow-creature,
'Gainst the storms that round us lower,
Soon they'll wear a brighter feature.
And the sunshine come with pow'r!
Never, boys, give way to sorrow,
But be up and act like men;
Look with hope for joy to-morrow,
Sunny days will come again!
Let us throw aside all sadness,
Better times are on the wing;
Who can tell what joy and gladness
Providence to us may bring?
Nerve, then, ev'ry manly feeling,
And with courage meet the storm-
Let us wounded hearts be healing,
And our duty still perform.-Chorus.
We should not always be sighing,
Nor indulge jn wild dismay;
Bear in mind " Old Time " is flying,
Therefore wisdom more display.
If our prospects be not shining,
And our hearts bs bow'd with careWhere's the good in our repining?
Still look up, and ue'er despair!-Chorus.