Amy Lacey

Amy Lacey

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Country - General | Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Lyrics

On an early summer morning when the earth was wet with dew
I went out to weed the garden to do something nice for you
I was just a little kid so I brought you out to see
I?d pulled up all the carrots and left you all the weeds

You must have felt like crying but I felt you pat my head
You swallowed hard and said:

Bless your heart! Bless your heart!
The gentle words that dry a child?s tears
Bless your heart! Bless your heart!
The simple words that echo through the years

When I?d color you a picture, when I?d fall and scrape my knee
When the pains of growing up were hard, you?d always comfort me
There were times I seemed ungrateful, but I thank the Lord above
For a patient, caring mother who showered me with love

You?d stroke my hair and listen when the tears would freely flow
And I would always know you?d say:

Bless your heart! Bless your heart!
The gentle words that dry a child?s tears
Bless your heart! Bless your heart!
The simple words that echo through the years

Those precious words of motherhood uttered like a prayer
I think the angels hear them and hover near to

Bless our hearts! Bless your heart!
The gentle words that dry a child?s tears
Bless your heart! Bless your heart!
The simple words that echo through the years

On an early summer morning when the earth is wet with dew
And I?m standing in my garden, I?ll always think of you
Bless your heart! Bless your heart!

Song Length
4:00
Genre
Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Mother

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Amy Benson Lacey & Cecelia J. Benson
Music Credits Amy Benson Lacey & Cecelia J. Benson
Producer Credits Amy Benson Lacey & Cecelia J. Benson
Performance Credits Amy Benson Lacey, Cecelia J. Benson, Alison Moulton