Joe Stewart

Joe Stewart

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Country - Contemporary | Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,231   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

30

Song Description

No long description needed, the song explains itself

Broadjam Member Reviews

This is the type of song I could hear in a Disney movie

A nice production witha a good vocal

    - Mickey Leybick

beautiful , moving song .
i like that most writers now have few songs about their
children/babies...it's a nice tribute to the wonders of having offspring. excellent instrumentation.

    - chaz
Lyrics

No Greater Gift.

In the morning when I see you
I can't believe it that you are really mine.
Oh why me, am I so special?
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Every morning when I hold you
I can't believe it that you belong to me.
Oh why me, am I so special?
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Chorus

It's such a miracle, how you're a part of me.
And that you'll still be here, when I'm just a memory.
My life has meaning now, you've made it all worthwhile.
No greater gift can there be, than a child.
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When the sunlight, streams through your window
You come running through, just to be with me.
Oh why me, am I so special?
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Chorus

It's such a miracle, how you're a part of me.
And that you'll still be here, when I'm just a memory.
My life has meaning now, you've made it all worthwhile.
No greater gift can there be, than a child.

There'll never be a deeper love, it surely comes from up above.
A love that shines, I see each time, I look into your eyes.
And sometimes when I'm feeling down, I'm lifted simply by your smile.
No greater gift can there be, than a child.

End

Song Length
4:39
Genres
Pop - Standards, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Content

Subject Matter
Baby, Children

Language
English
Era
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Joe Stewart/Dave DeCourcy
Music Credits Joe Stewart
Producer Credits Joe Stewart/Ted Platt
Performance Credits Joe Stewart