Sounds like a Hee-Haw paraphrased excerpt from Ecclesiastes penned by King Solomon. In reality that is half right.
These are in fact the lyrics from the song of the same title.. Gloom Depair and Agony on me. by Buck Owens & Roy Clark. This tune was played as part of a regular comedy sketch on the TV show Hee-Haw where hillbilly folk lamented their dire circumstances.
For those of you too young to know, or trying to forget.. Hee-Haw was a television variety show featuring country music and corny but clean humor with the fictional rural "Kornfield Kounty" as a backdrop. It aired on CBS from 1969 to 1971.
note: If you have not figured it out by now, I am your go-to source for obscure TV and movie trivia. You are all very welcome.
All is lost, gloom and doom, and life is so bad I would feel 'lucky' to call my circumstance hopeless. I am a LOSER,
BUT.. no matter the circumstances, and/or blunders I really make (and I have made a few) I purposefully choose to put my faith in God.
If God is for us, who can be against us? Ro:31 This is easily one of greatest rhetorical questions EVER!
What is contentment in any circumstance? It is AGAIN.. to love God with all your heart soul and mind and others as yourself. All of life hangs on those two commandments. - Jesus, Matthew 22:36-40
May God bless each of you on life's journey with a gloom and despair free attitude.