Songwriter who writes most of her own music and records in her home studio using a keyboard and computer programs Enjoys cowriting with other artist Queen of Country Heartache was cowritten with Juanita Ford...
"What a Day That Will Be"-3rd. verse.: Back in late 2005 I had an profound experience in and around attending my aunt Emily's funeral service in Perry, OK.. At one point during the service, all six of her sons sang "What a Day that Will Be.". I was so impressed by their performance, that after I had returned home I am now certain that God himself spoke lyrics to a possible third verse to me. I'm publishing them here because frankly due to my severe physical handicap, this is the only option available to me to publish them myself. And I've been encouraged by one of my friends, to get them published.
Again, I believe these lyr...
In The End: Verse 1
You see actors and actress on tv
They play the parts so well
At least that's what it seems
But were not like them
Nobody hears our screams
Nor see our hidden tears
Or the bruises on our cheeks
They can lie about who they are
That's what makes them superstars
For you and me this is our fame our reality.
Aren't you tired of the lies
Aren't you tired of the scares
That is laid to rest for everyone to see
Who you truely are
A broken piece of China
Still trying to pretend
It's your fault
In the end
Have you ever thought you weren'...
Winter to Summer: Times are pretty rough for a lot of us in the real every-day world of earning our living. It can be stressful, trying to keep from losing a job, or, if work can't be had, trying to put food on the table and a roof over the family's heads.
In the middle of that stress, I try to look up and see that life is bigger and time is greater than the moment. Rough times come and good times come. Time marches on.
Hard economic times can feel like a Winter in our journey. Cold. Lifeless. You know what I mean. But, remember: Winter is just a season, and there comes the Spring, and the Summer.....