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If you haven’t already seen the Happy song by Pharell Williams, you must. I know many have already, but I feel its important that this song reaches everyone on the planet today!
‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams, is contagious, it is vibrant, brilliant, simple yet profound and it is everything and more than ‘Happy’. ‘Because I’m happy, clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth’ sings Pharrell in an exuberant and obviously happy tone. He instantly touches the happy chord in a happiness starved soul.
The song which surfaced to all popularity charts in November last year, features in the movie Despicable me 2. The song instantly touched chords and soon there were a series of Happy songs being made all over the world. YouTube is filled with over a 1000 cover videos, in which people from all over the world danced in utter joy and oblivion. People upload their own versions of the songs and call it “Pharrell Williams–Happy, We Are from [name of the city]”.
Why is this song so important as of today?
In a world filled with apathy, grief, depression and loneliness, Pharrell Williams comes as a breeze of freshness, he fills you with hope, with delight, and with the obvious word which is repeated so many times in the song, “Happy”. Every Guru, every transformational book, every motivation speech says this but Pharrell totally gets us.
Without writing much and deeply philosophizing over the song, I want to share this song with all women, who I hope will promise me, that they will play this loud in their living rooms or on their phones when they go jogging or wherever and have a blast and really be happy.
Here is the song.
And the lyrics of the Happy song!
A writer and singer by soul and homemaker by role, I am Malini Misra. I
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