My Wonderful Friend (Ben Woodward on piano, cello and classical guitar) + choir

poet sue on November 30, 2012 15:09

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    This is a song about friendship. Without friends where would we all be ? :-)

    Lyrics are from 2 of my poems.

    Collaborated with Ben Woodward again on this song - he is playing the Piano, cello and classical guitar (not at the same time of course! ) We got a group of people together to sing as the choir and despite the numbers being low due to the flooding I think that they sound kinda cool :-)

    Lyrics (Copyright Poet Sue)

    Darkest hours lit by your glowing light
    as my breath is squeezed by the longest nights
    when my heart is scarred by loves razor cut
    your warmth and care help me rise above

    Loving arms wrapped round so tight
    foundation for journeys into the night
    lying in hammock of warmth and praise
    resting place from lifes crazy maze

    Drift across sky with marshmallow clouds
    swing across trees with orange apes
    let me go with the flow of rivers rapid
    and the rhythm of bongos carry my soul

    Tears stream down my face
    as once again I lose the race
    you wipe them away on the sleeve of love
    make me smile again with your endearing verve


    When all in life seems bleak
    you stroke my cheek
    to remind me of life's tenderness
    and how much I'm blessed


    As men come ecstasy raised high
    they always leave me down so low
    bruised and battered I turn to you
    my wonderful friend a love so true


    Copyright Poet Sue



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