James Burns

James Burns

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Country - Bluegrass | Beaverton, Oregon, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,320   
Member Since: 2003
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This song came to me in my dreams.

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Lyrics

Willow in the Wind
Words and music by, James E. Burns, November 18, 2002

By the time you wake, I?ll be gone.
It?s just time I get movin? on.
Don?t be mad, don?t be sad. It?s just the way I am.

Look out your window and you will see
he sun?s a rising, just not me.
Don?t you cry or wonder why. It?s just the way I am.

Have you ever seen the willow in the wind?
t bends and sways but it never gives in.
The storms of life I cannot defend.
Can you feel the pain my heart is in?
Please be my willow, willow in the wind.

Tell the world and the heavens above.
You want me back, my one true love.
Don?t be shy you just gotta try. It?s just the way I am.

You never would give our love a chance.
I just can?t live with out romance.
I hope you yearn for my return. It?s just the way I am.

Have you ever seen the willow in the wind?
It bends and sways but it never gives in.
The storms of life I cannot defend.
Can you feel the pain my heart is in?
Please be my willow, willow in the wind.

Look out tonight to the stars and see.
The heavens are crying for you and me.
Say a prayer, if you dare.

Have you ever seen the willow in the wind?
It bends and sways but it never gives in.
The storms of life I cannot defend.
Can you feel the pain my heart is in?
Please be my willow, my willow in the wind.
Please be my willow, my willow in the wind.

Copyright © 2003 James E Burns, BMI

Song Length
3:31
Genres
Country - General, Country - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Endearing

Subject Matter
Loneliness

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jim Burns
Music Credits Jim Burns
Performance Credits w/ Jessi Welsh