I received this question yesterday…
Hi! I’ve been looking for the lyrics to the German translation of “If your happy and you know it”… does anyone have that?
I found two versions, which I posted. They’re both different ways of saying “If You’re Happy”. They’re called, “Wenn du fröhlich bist” and “Wenn du glücklich bist”. Does anyone know which is the more popular version in Germany?
Thanks for your help!
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