Who Sang Smile? Pussycat

Pussycat Souvenirs cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1977
Genre: Electronic Pop
Style: Country Rock/Pop Rock
length: 3:30
composer: Werner Theunissen
lyricist: Werner Theunissen
There were days I couldn't weep
nights I couldn't sleep
And ev'ry thing I did just turned out wrong
Till there was you to dry my tears

Whisper love-words in my ears and this is why
I'm glad you came along.

Now there's a smile to cheer me up when I'm lonely
That I can call whenever I'm feeling down.
and you know that I'm only
Longing for the minute you'll be around.
Help me 'cause I'm trying to get over

The way I thought of love many times before
If ever you should go away and nobody else would be near.
There's always a smile to remember that you were here.
If I could fly I flew away to a bright blue summer-day

Tryin' to share my love with you for evermore.
Darling you made my life complete

You're ev'ry thing I need
I'll never be
The same I was before.

Now there's a smile to cheer me up when I'm lonely. . .

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 My Broken Souvenirs
  • 2 Don't Play Casanova
  • 3 Get It Higher
  • 4 The Easy Way
  • 5 You Don't Know (What It's Like to Be Near)
  • 6 Smile
  • 7 Dear John
  • 8 I'll Be Your Woman
  • 9 I Long to Hear Your Footsteps
  • 10 Someday
  • 11 One for the Lady
  • 12 Nothing to Hide
  • 13 Home