J Brian Hill

J Brian Hill

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Pop - Religious | Greater Chicago Area, Illinois, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

About a person looking back on his life, remembering the of his now grown children.

Story Behind the Song

The writer wrote this song for his son's kindergarten graduation.

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Lyrics

The little boy that I once knew used to chase sailboats down a stream
And now He?s chasing his dream.
The little girl that I once knew used to pour me a cup of tea
And now she?s walking down the aisle.
Memories flood my soul and it seems like yesterday
When I first held them in my arms
And if I close my eyes, I can still hear the sound
of when they first called my name, my name.

I can still see their eyes as they stood in line for a carnival ride
Balloons and cotton candy, these memories make me smile
And if I could have one wish, oh Lord it would be
That I would never forget these days.

The tapestry of memories woven in my heart
Sometimes bring tears to my eyes.
The little hands that held on to me are now as big as mine
But they still hold on to my heart
And oh it floods my soul and it seems just like yesterday
When I first held them in my arms
And if I close my eyes, I can still hear the sound of when
they first called my name, my name.

I can still see their eyes as they stood in line for a carnival ride
Balloons and cotton candy, these memories make me smile
And if I could have one wish, oh Lord it would be
That I would never forget these days.

backyard games, hide and seek, playing in the rain
Oh I will never forget these days,
I will never forget these days

Song Length
4:11
Genre
Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male
Moods
Composed, Pleasant

Subject Matter
Love for Child, Life


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits J. Brian Hill
Music Credits J. Brian Hill
Producer Credits J. Brian Hill / Mark Pay
Publisher Credits Lily Pond Publishing House
Performance Credits J. Brian Hill