A friend once introduced us
I hardly even knew
The ties that seemed to bind us
Eventually my body ached
I could only think your name Read more A destructive relationship ended
Written by: Joe Love
Narrated by: John Greening
‘Twas the night before Trumpmas when all through the house
Nobody was sleeping, they wanted him out
The air horns were out beside red caps and pins
In hopes that The Donald would soon be sworn in
Oh beautiful for scary skies
For endless waves of rain
For lightning bolts and thunderclaps
I tried to sleep in vain
On Norman town, oh Norman town
Whatever shall we do?
We can’t afford to drain this rain
Unless we tax it too
You don’t know if you’ll die at a hundred
Or live to see just one more day
You want your retirement funded
But detest working your life away
You may work for the future or live for today
Ir come up with some other plan.
But you’re missing the mark if you don’t find the heart
To spend time helping your fellow man.
You may not see the morning, so please heed this warning:
Make sure that you’re soul has been saved.
For your spirit and legacy, kinship and memories
Are all that will outlast the grave.
“Father, forgive me for all of my sins.
I believe that your Son died for me.”
If you prayed this you know, whenever you go,
That heaven is your destiny.