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Fine Summer Day
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Memorial song about a lost brother.
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Doug Buche (Music), Jane Kircher (Lyrics)
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Wed Jul 21, 2010
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About the song
A sister wrote a poem about a brother who had experienced a sudden unexpected death. She asked me to put it to music.
Lyrics by Jane Kircher, Music and Performance by Doug Buche 2010 (All Rights Reserved)

1st Verse:

Where were you going on that fine summer day?
Pulling your red wagon while at play
Barefoot and happy with a smile of delight,
Life's pathway before you so sunny and bright,


Just a little boy at play
On a fine fine fine such a fine summer day!

2nd Verse:

Dandelions and daisys all scattered about
Children all dancing with laughter and shouts
Grass stains and mud pies packed into tins
Sun filled skies where butterflies spin.


Just a little boy at play,
on a fine fine fine, fine summer day!

3rd Verse:

Where had you been with sister's in tow
Sitting there safely all in a row
Perhaps on a journey of fantasy and dreams
Of future adventures in life's mysterious scheme,


Just a little boy at play,
on a fine such a fine, fine summer day!

Final Verse:

Some say that those days are ever gone by
That will never be at least not for I.
For love's but our memories, that I am sure
Knowing this, that moment will always endure
When I watched you at play on that fine, fine, such
a fine summer day.