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Like bread without the spreading' Like a pudding without sauce.
Like a mattress without bedding, Like a cart without a horse,
Like a house without a dooryard, Like a fence without a stile,
Oh, the saddest sight that ever was--is a face without a smile.
The face of man was built for smiles, and thereby he is blest
above the critters of the field, The birds and all the rest;
He's just a little lower--Than the angels in the skies,and the
reason is that he can smile; Therein his glory lies.