|Album||Monty Python's Life of Brian|
|Note||"Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" is a comedy song written by Eric Idle that was originally featured in the 1979 film Monty Python's Life of Brian.|
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D G Em Some things in life are bad they can really make you mad Am D G Other things just make you swear and curse Am D When you've chewing an life's gristle G Em Don't grumble give a whistle Am D7 And this'll help things turn out for the best G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 And always look on the bright side of life G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 Always look on the light side of life Am D G Em If life seems jolly rotten there's something you've forgotten Am D G and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing. Am D G Em When you've feeling in the dumps don't be silly chumps Am D7 Just purse your lips and whistle - that's the thing G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 And always look on the bright side of life G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 Come on always look on the bright side of life Am D G Em For life is quite absurd and death's the final word Am D G you must always face the curtain with a bow Am D G Em Forget about your sin - give the audience a grin Am D7 Enjoy it - it's your last chance anyhow. G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 So always look on the bright side of death G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 just before you draw your terminal breath Am D G Em Life's a pice if xxxx when you look at it Am D G Life's a laugh and death's a joke it's true Am D You'll see it's all a show G Em keep'em laughing as you go Am D7 just remember that the last laugh is on you G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 And always look on the bright side of life G Em Am D7 G Em Am D7 Always look on the right side of life -Come on guys, cheer up- A Gb Bm E7 A Gb Bm E7 Always look on the right side of life A Gb Bm E7 A Gb Bm E7 Always look on the right side of life ....
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