"Smile" is a song by Uncle Kracker from his 2009 album Happy Hour. It was released as a single on July 13, 2009. The track features country music star Sheryl Crow, who sings backing vocals at the end of the title. The song was featured in Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star.
"Smile" is a song by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne, taken as the second single from her fourth studio album Goodbye Lullaby. Written by Lavigne with its producers Max Martin and Shellback, the song is a pop punk track. The lyrics find the singer expressing her gratitude for a special person in her life. "Smile" was released on 11 April 2011 to Australian radio stations and then on 17 May to U.S. radio as the second single. The song received favorable reviews from music critics, who described the track as a "sassy and catchy pop song". A music video directed by Shane Drake was filmed on 21 April 2011 and was released on 20 May. It has charted inside the top-forty on the Australian, Japanese and New Zealand charts.
"Smile" is a song by British recording artist Lily Allen from her debut studio album, Alright, Still. It was written by Allen, Iyiola Babalola and Darren Lewis in 2004, while sampling The Soul Brothers' "Free Soul". The song was released as the lead mainstream single of the album in March 2006. After signing a contract deal with Regal Recordings and gaining popularity on the social network website MySpace with demo songs, Allen released a limited edition of "LDN" to promote her work and afterwards announced the release of "Smile".
"Smile" is a song based on an instrumental theme used in the soundtrack for the 1936 Charlie Chaplin movie Modern Times. Chaplin composed the music, while John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons added the lyrics and title in 1954. In the lyrics, based on lines and themes from the film, the singer is telling the listener to cheer up and that there is always a bright tomorrow, just as long as they smile. "Smile" has become a popular standard since its original use in Chaplin's film. It was used as the theme song on NBC-TV'S The Jerry Lewis Show from 1967-69.
"Smile" is a song written by Keith Follesé and Chris Lindsey, and recorded by American country music band Lonestar. It was released in October 1999 as the third single and 10th track from the album, Lonely Grill. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
"Smile" is the lead single released from Scarface's fourth album, The Untouchable. It was produced by Scarface, Mike Dean and Tone Capone and featured an appearance from 2Pac, as well as R&B singer Johnny P. "Smile" was a huge success, becoming Scarface's biggest charting and most successful single to date, making it to 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Smile were an English rock band based in London, best known as the predecessor to renowned rock band Queen. The band was formed in 1968 by Brian May, who went on to become Queen's guitarist. It included Tim Staffell as singer and bassist, and later, drummer Roger Taylor, who also went on to play for Queen. They recorded only six songs and disbanded in 1970.
"Smile" is a single by guitarist and vocalist David Gilmour, released on June 13, 2006.
Smile is a 2009 English language Italian horror/thriller film, starring Armand Assante. It is the debut feature by Francesco Gasperoni.
Smile is the debut album by Swedish pop band Smile.dk. The album sold gold in Japan, and Smile.dk received "Best International Girl Group" in Hong Kong in 1998.
Brian Wilson Presents Smile (also referred to as Smile or the abbreviation BWPS) is the sixth studio album by Brian Wilson, released in September 2004. It began as a series of concert performances which were later adapted for a 2005 direct-to-video concert film of the same name. The album received great acclaim and earned Wilson his first Grammy Award, later being featured in several "greatest albums" lists.
Smile is the ninth album by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on March 31, 2004. It was the band's first original studio album after a prolonged hiatus. Smile was later given a United States release by Tofu Records, for which all Japanese song titles received English translations. The song "Ready Steady Go" was used as the first opening for the Fullmetal Alchemist anihttp://m.narutoget.biz/watch/67635/boruto-naruto-the-movie-2015/camme.
Smile is an album by British shoegazing band Ride. It is a compilation of Ride's first two EPs, Ride and Play, both of which were originally released in the first half of 1990. The album was first released by Sire Records, in July, 1990, for the North American market, in lieu of the two original British EPs. Two years later, on November 23, 1992, it was released in the UK.
"Smile" is a song by American hip hop group G-Unit, released in April 2004, as the fifth and final single from their debut album, Beg for Mercy (2003). The song was produced by No I.D. and contains a sample "I Too Am Wanting", as performed by Syreeta.
The Smile Sessions is a compilation album and box set released by American rock band the Beach Boys on October 31, 2011 that focuses on abandoned recording sessions which – if completed – would have followed the Beach Boys' eleventh studio album Pet Sounds. It features comprehensive session highlights and outtakes, while the first 19 tracks comprise an approximation of what the completed Smile album might have sounded like based on a template established in 2004 for the rerecorded Brian Wilson Presents Smile.
Smile is the sixth album by New York singer, songwriter and pianist Laura Nyro. It was released in early 1976, following a four-year hiatus from the music industry during which time she both married and divorced, and lived away from the spotlight. She dedicated the album to her mother.
Smile is a 2003 compilation of songs performed by Lyle Lovett for various movie soundtracks between 1992 and 2002. Smile was the fifth project by Lovett that did not introduce a new collection of his own songs during the expanse of time between his 1996 Grammy winning The Road to Ensenada and My Baby Don't Tolerate (released later in 2003). Other projects included a 1998 cover album, a 1999 live album, a 2000 movie soundtrack, and a 2001 anthology. The release of Smile led some reviewers to speculate the Lovett might be experiencing some sort of writer's block. Another possibility is that Lovett was taking it easy following a 2002 injury from an accident involving a bull on a family farm in Texas. During the incident Lovett's leg was broken in 20 places. A fracture to his thumb also left him unable to play guitar for an extended period.