Wednesday, August 23, 2006

This Morning's Song

Woke up this morning and here's what was waiting for me, music and all...

(verse 1 & 2)
I’ve been waiting on a song
A song I can believe in
A song that I can cleave in
As it carries me away

I’ve been waiting on a song
One that has no ending
That’s always just beginning
And is written for today

(chorus 1)
Right outside my window
In a field of amber grain
The birds begin their singing
And I join in the refrain

(verse 3 & 4)
I’ve been waiting on a love
A love I can’t imagine
That’s never without passion
And knows no dreamless night

I’ve been waiting on a love
That passes understanding
And never is demanding
steering closer towards the light

(chorus 2)
When everything seems hopeless
And I am empty to the soul
Your love appears before me
And once again I am made whole

(verse 5 & 6)
If you’re waiting on someone
Or anything that seems missing
And still you are insisting-
The way is to be still

Just open up your heart
And your wishes, they will come true
There’s nothing more that you can do
Except to learn they live inside you.

It's been a good morning.

5 Comments:

Anonymous BarBarA said...

Awesome! Great way to start your day, eh?

1:06 PM  
Blogger Kathleen said...

Beautiful Isaiah... a good morning indeed...:) I especially like:

"If you’re waiting on someone
Or anything that seems missing
And still you are insisting-
The way is to be still

Just open up your heart
And your wishes, they will come true
There’s nothing more that you can do
Except to learn they live inside you."

Perfect for me today... perfect... Thank you... Om Shanti...

1:13 PM  
Blogger Trev Diesel said...

Beautiful, Tommy. Anxious to hear the melody and chording!

Looking forward to it!

4:27 PM  
Blogger Meredith said...

Simply.... inspired. Thank you for that. I would love to hear your voice, and your music one day.

~M

2:05 PM  
Blogger Kozi Wolf said...

You've really hit the nail on the head.
Thanks for sharing.

12:11 PM  

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