Smile

Stampa il testo riportato sotto e, ascoltando il brano, riempi gli spazi
con le parole mancanti nella forma giusta.

Per aiutarti (se serve), ho compilato una lista delle parole che mancano.
Puoi passarci sopra con il mouse per avere il significato.

La versione completa si trova in fondo all’articolo.
Non sbirciare prima di svolgere l’esercizio!

WORD LIST
to achecloudto cryeven thoughfearto get bygladnessto hideto keep on
to light upmaybenearsadnessto shineskysorrowtearworthwhile

Smile though your heart is ___________ ,

Smile ___________   ___________  it’s breaking,

When there are  ___________  in the ___________ ,

You’ll  ___________  ___________  .

If you smile through your  ___________  and  ___________  ,

Smile, and  ___________  tomorrow,

You’ll see the sun come  ___________  through

For you.

 

___________  ___________  your face with  ___________  ,

___________  every trace of  ___________  ,

Although a  ___________  may be ever

So  ___________  .

That’s the time you must  ___________  ___________  trying,

Smile, what’s the use of  ___________  ,

You’ll find that life is still  ___________  ,

If you just smile.

That’s the time you must  ___________  ___________  trying,

Smile, what’s the use of  ___________  ,

You’ll find that life is still  ___________  ,

If you just smile.


ATTENZIONE
VERSIONE CORRETTA QUI SOTTO

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Smile though your heart is aching,
Smile even though it’s breaking,
When there are clouds in the sky
You’ll get by.

If you smile through your fear and sorrow,
Smile, and maybe tomorrow,
You’ll see the sun come shining through
For you.

Light up your face with gladness,
Hide every trace of sadness,
Although a tear may be ever
So near.

That’s the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what’s the use of crying,
You’ll find that life is still worthwhile,
If you just smile.

That’s the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what’s the use of crying,
You’ll find that life is still worthwhile,
If you just smile.


4 comments

  1. This song was written by Charlie Chaplin in 1936 for the film “Modern Times” . I hope will be always bright days for you . JUST SMILE!
    Marcella

    1. Hi Marcella. In fact Charlie Chaplin wrote the music (in 1936) but not the words which were based on lines from the film but were actually composed by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons in 1954. Have a nice day! 🙂

      P.S. “I hope there will always be bright days for you.”

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