Semoga Bahagia

Semoga Bahagia
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Semoga Bahagia is a Malay song composed by the famous composer Zubir Said. Zubir Said also composed many other songs, among them Majulah Singapura which was adopted as the National Anthem of Singapore.

Semoga Bahagia is the official Children’s Day song in Singapore, celebrated on 1 October every year. It depicts the values that youths should possess, and it also encourages youth to pursue their dreams, prove their value to the world, and wishes them success and happiness.

It can be downloaded on the National Day Parade 2008 Multimedia download site.

Malay lyrics

Semoga Bahagia ( Children’s Day Song )

Sama-sama maju ke hadapan
Pandai cari pelajaran
Jaga diri dalam kesihatan
Serta sopan-santun dengan kawan-kawan

Dengan hati bersih serta suci
Sama-sama hormat dan berbudi
Jaga tingkah pemuda-pemudi
Adat dan budaya junjung tinggi

Capailah lekas cita-cita pemudi-pemuda
Supaya kita ada harga di mata dunia

Kalau kita lengah serta lupa
Hidup kita sia-sia
Jiwa besar sihat serta segar
Rajin dengan sabar tentu bahagia

Lemah lembut perangai pemudi
Cergas tangkas wataknya pemuda
Suka rela selalu berbakti
Sikap yang pembela dan berjasa

Capailah nama yang mulia pemudi-pemuda
Rajinlah supaya berjaya semoga bahagia


May You Achieve Happiness

Together we progress
Clever at seeking knowledge
Take care of your health
And be courteous to your friends

With a clean and pure heart
We respect and do good to each other
Watch your behaviour, oh youths
Respect and honour your customs and traditions

Quickly reach your goals/dreams, oh youths
So that we’ll have our worth, in this world

If we are lazy and forgetful
Our lives are worthless
A big heart and a fresh mind
Hardworking and patience definitely brings success/happiness

Soft-spoken is the lady
Energetic and tenacious is the man
Charitable, always contributing
Having a righteous spirit and doing good

Attain a respectable position, oh youths
Be hardworking so that you will succeed, may you achieve happiness

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