Frances Rae Key

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Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

23

Song Description

A song of reflection about the passing of time, and the need to value family, truth, and love in one's life.

Story Behind the Song

As I watched my daughter sit at our fireplace, I reflected upon how quickly she is growing up, how Life flows, and how important it is to treaure family, home, love while we have the chance to do so.

Lyrics

PASS THIS WAY
Words and music by Frances Key, copyright 2003
Vocal by Eddie Breza, Arranged by Kurt Hawthorne

Log's on the fire,
Snow''s at the door;
Babe's in the cradle,
Your touch is warm,
Who needs more?

I can feel how Life does flow,
So I hold fast to the heart of home,
"Caurse I know-

We may never pass this way again,
We may never feel the same, my friend;
But if we can't keep the ecstasy,
At least we can keep the song-
Say you'll always sing along,
Whether we are weak or strong-
We may never pass this way again.

Wind at the window,
Calling my name;
Can't find Tomorrow-
She hides her face-
It's part of the game.

But I can feel how Life does flow,
So I hold fast to the Truth that grows,
In my soul.

We may never pass this way again,
We may never feel the same, my friend;
But if we can't keep the ecstasy,
At least we can keep the song-
Say you'll always sing along,
Whether we are weak or strong-
We may never pass this way again.

Can't you feel how Life does flow?
Better hold on fast to the Love you know-
'Cause it's so-
We may never pass this way... again.

Song Length
3:21
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Content

Subject Matter
Life, Gratitude


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Frances Key
Music Credits Frances Key
Producer Credits Kurt Hawthorne