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This song is a vow of absolute love. Tender, christal clear and so true.
When my grandmother, Mommom, left this world, I was left with only these words and pain. She raised me and my sister as a mother, and above all, was my best friend. She always encouraged my writing and everything that I did. She was the most beautiful and precious gem and not even time has made the loss fade.
A song of praise adapted from Psalm 16
A variation on the tonguetwister, written for crowd participation. It should be funny, as many in the crowd will find it very difficult to participate. It is to be sung in 3 or 1. The first word of every line is on the downbeat for the measure. I sang it to the tune of a calliope (C E G, low G, E, G) to my kids. It is to be sung very slowly at first, to let the audience join in. It is sped up over several repetitions until the singer has outpaced the audience, at which point he sings the last two verses to wind up the story.
Description of the wistfulness that comes in separation (by distance) from a close friend -- it could be a breakup or death, but not necessarily. There is a longing for the friend and a struggle to visualize clearly, but in a dream your friend may come to you very, very clearly.