The warmth of the first summer sun brings you back,
And for awhile I am captivated by your memory.
A breeze blows against my face,
And in it I hear all the songs we used to sing
On summer nights when life seemed so easy.
You know I still hear you laugh sometimes,
Only to turn and find that your not there.
It makes me wonder if somewhere, you’re laughing,
Remembering the same things I remember.
I’ll never forget them… I … I’ll never forget you.
I know things have changed, but I’d still give the whole world
To see you one last time, the way you used to be
When I’d hold you as you cried out to God.
With the bittersweet tears of a repentant heart
Streaming down your youthful face.
You loved Him.
Before the drugs life was so beautiful,
It didn’t take long though for them to take all the beauty away.
They left me here with just an empty shell
Of who you used to be.
Alone, afraid, and powerless to change what you’d, become.
Were getting older now and I wonder if you still think of me
I just wish there was some way you could know
How much I care for you.
From now until the day I die
I’ll be praying for God to bring my angel back to me.
I pray that I’ll see you there, at heavens gates,
And we can look back on this time as a trial,
One that we overcame.
We can forget this life, and all its foolish heart-breaks,
And I wont have to wonder anymore, if your laughing.
We can sing all the songs we used to sing to Him,
On summer nights.
And In death, life will once again be easy.