Saturday, April 01, 2006

Remembering You...


When the Narnia movie came out last year, a special soundtrack was put together by Christian artists, being called Music Inspired by Narnia. We heard the songs when we were on the airplane coming home from Michigan during American Thanksgiving. This song brought me to tears on the plane. It was something that hit the true feelings of what Christ did for us and because I lost my mom at this time of year, it really hit me in my heart as well. We are going to be using this song for Resurrection Sunday, and I couldn't be more touched and excited. I miss you Mom, hope you like it.

I found You in the most unlikely way
But really it was You who found me
And I found myself in the gifts that You gave
You gave me so much and I

I wish You could stay
but I'll, I'll wait for the day

And I watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering You
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
and I'll be remembering You, I'll be remembering You

From the first moment when I heard Your name
Something in my heart came alive
You showed me love and no words could explain
A love with the power to
Open the door
To a world I was made for

And I watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering You
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
and I'll be remembering You, I'll be remembering You

The dark night, the hard fight
The long climb up the hill knowing the cost
The brave death, the last breathe
The silence whispering all hope was lost
The thunder, the wonder
A power that brings the dead back to life

I wish You could stay
But I'll wait for the day
And though You've gone away
You come back

And I watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering You
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
and I'll be remembering You, I'll be remembering You

And I'll watch as the sun fills a sky that was dark
And I'll be remembering You
And I'll think of the way that You fill up my heart
And I'll be remembering You

'Written by Steven Curtis Chapman and Caleb Chapman'

1 comment:

Dynamitedianne said...

that's beautiful

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