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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 26 April 2015
By S. Biggs - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Fun song for my music classes.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sad deal 12 April 2014
By Donna Goodson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Book was pretty damaged and actually had the receipt from Good Will inside it!!
I was just disappointed ... Sad
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3.0 out of 5 stars Happiness Comes From Within. 17 Nov. 2006
By Betty Burks - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Bobby McFerrin was an inspiration to many people with his fabulous song back in the Eighties. It touched and helped those in all classes and the philosophy is still pertinent to coping with today's stresses and strains. At the time it was at its peak in popularity, my sister was in transition, selling her house which she loved, moving to another town to be near her grown children, and starting a new job. She was overwhelmed and, though she was eleven years older than I and inherited all the common sense in the family, I had to step in to try to comfort and console her to let her know that things would work out for the better. I went out to the local record shop, bought his record, and mailed it to her in Maryland. She recouped so well, she enjoyed a trip to Florida where one of her daughters lived and had a great time. This was the only time I could encourage her as she had done for me so many times, after our mother died when I was only seven.

The surest path to happiness is losing yourself in a cause greater than yourself. Words are important, but it's the tender little gestures of affection -- the hugs, the hand-holding and even the shoulder squeezes -- that confirm personal connections. Life is like a jigsaw puzzle, but you don't have the picture on the front of the box to know what it's suppose to look like. Sometimes you're not even sure if you have all the pieces.

You possess a very particular type of honesty that's straightforward and compassionate -- and you shouldn't ever let anyone tell you it's not the right wayto be. Especially not at this particular moment in time. Whatever comes up now will call for someone with guts, firmness and compassion -- someone who can boldly say what no one has said before, in an inimitable, inarguably honest way. That would be you. Go right ahead and step in.

There's no point in being in control of everything if you're all alone at the top. If someone doubts one of your choices, stand up for yourself today -- remind them that each person has their own journey in life, and you'd rather make your own mistakes than follow someone else's path. Even if you wish the truth were something different from what it is, you owe it to everyone involved to call this one like you see it. If someone doubts one of your choices, stand up for yourself today -- remind them that each person has their own journey in life, and you'd rather make your own mistakes than follow someone else's path.

If someone doubts one of your choices, stand up for yourself today -- remind them that each person has their own journey in life, and you'd rather make your own mistakes than follow someone else's path. Call upon the pride you feel for the good choices you have made, because you have made quite a few -- and they know it. This could be a case of jealousy rearing its ugly head, so do not give too much credence to people who are asking you to rethink things. Even if you wish the truth were something different, it is possible to accept less than the truth at times.

The most special moments in life are the ones in which everything just falls into place -- they are not the ones that are carefully planned and

coordinated. The best way to be contented is to count your blessings. Like Eddie Fisher's song, "Count Your Blessings," this song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" helped many listeners to get through hard times and be able to carry on with the search for happiness. It's not always easy to find, and sometimes it happens when we least expect it. But one Bobby McFerrin helped it along with his song which was a big hit on the radio. Thank God for radio and people like Wink Martindale who play the songs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for infants! 22 July 2010
By dcglobalgirl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is based on a very simple concept, the words of the popular song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" juxtaposed with a series of Calder drawings but it's a perfect first book for small babies. My six week old was captivated by the black and white images and loved the jaunty, upbeat lyrics (that I'd sing to her). It kept her occupied for hours on our long road trips. This was the first book that really captured her attention.
5.0 out of 5 stars love this. 13 May 2013
By L. Robinson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
There is a story but most of all you can sing and as they get older, your child can sing along. Classic song.
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