Be the Moon, Reflect the Son

 

As I walked this morning I found it lovely how each song I listened to brought up a rabbit hole worth exploring, or not.

Wonderful Grace of Jesus – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

Question arisen: Can you give too much to a homeless addict at one time? I will have to ramble upon this; perhaps then I can unravel, what is to me, a critical question.

Save the Last Dance – Michael Bubble

I would so love to learn how to ballroom dance, but I do not want to dance with strangers. The end of this one, slam.

Undo It – Carrie Underwood

Ponder arisen: Did I crush the male caretaker nature of my too young for this burden son, when I dismissed his attempts to voice concerns after the loss of his father; and what, if anything, can I do now to rekindle and affirm the spark of desire to lead I see smoldering in him today

Send in the Clowns – Judy Collins

I was pleasantly surprised, I did not identify with this song today, I only heard pretty.

Play Me – Neil Diamond

The best of the morning: As I listened to this song, I heard the modified lyrics below, how interesting?

He was morning, and I was night time
I one day woke up
To find Him beside my bed
I softly said “Come take me”
For I’ve been lonely in need of someone
As though I’d done someone wrong somewhere
But I don’t know where, I don’t know where
Come lately

You are the Son, I am the moon
You are the Word, I am the tune
Play me

Song He sang to me
Song He brang to me
Words that rang in me
Rhyme that sprang for me
Warmed the night, and what was right
Became me

You are the Son, I am the moon
You are the Word, I am the tune
Play me

And so it was that I came to travel
Upon a road that was thorned and narrow
Another place, another Grace
Would save me

You are the Son, I am the moon
You are the Word, I am the tune
Play me
You are the Son, I am the moon
You are the Word, I am the tune
Play me……

Hillybilly Bone – Blake Shelton

Hehehe, I love the happiness in this song, it makes me laugh and smile, what could be better.

Wonderful Merciful Saviour – The West Girls

Sigh…no words just love….sigh.

 

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