Love, life, faith… a song

I CRIED TODAY

Hey honey… it’s me

And I need to share something with you

I cried today you see

And there was nothing I could do

 

That little son of ours and daughter too

Tried to tell me a little joke

But neither could quite get it out their mouths

Without laughing and snorting

Whenever they spoke

 

And before I knew it

I was laughing too

And pretty dang hard I guess

Cause tears were running down my cheeks

Watching these two try to do their best

 

Yeah baby I cried today

And it was all about tears of joy

I cried today

Along with our baby girl and boy

And if you’d been here

You’d been crying too

Of that there’s no mistake

Yeah, I cried today

At the joy that those two make

 

I know I cried today

I can’t believe she’s all grown up

I had to give her away

To the man that will fill her cup

 

And I know it wasn’t manly

For me to shed those tears

But she’ll always be my baby girl

For years and years and years

 

Yeah baby I cried today

And it was all about tears of joy

I cried today

As I gave her to that boy

And you were sitting there

And you were crying too

What a picture that we made

We cried today

Our baby girl has gone away

 

Hey honey I cried today

Just like the day before

And I prayed and prayed

That this wouldn’t be the final door

 

You had fought so hard

To stay with us

But the Lord had other plans

I cried today

Sobbing in both these hands

 

Now I know you’re up in heaven

Probably thinking what a sight

With me down here kneeling by your grave

And knowing how hard I tried

 

But the tears just keep on coming

I can’t seem to hold them back

I’ll love you forever and ever

And that’s a fact that’s just a fact

 

Yeah honey I cried today

And it was tears about my loss

Yeah, I cried today

But you’re with the man who bore the cross

And I know that one day I’ll shed tears of joy

When I get to see you again

Yeah baby I cried today

You were always my best friend

 

(Talk)

Hey honey… It’s me

And I need to share something with you

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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