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Original Painting "This Is My Son" 2000 by Danny Hahlbohm

WHERE WILL I BE


Where will I be when you need me,
Where will I be, tell me where will I be.

When you are alone on the dark street at night,
When you are awake full of anguish and fright,
When a loved one has gone to a land far away,
When you need a soft touch and to hear, "It's O.K."
Where will I be, tell me where will I be.

When stars look like planets as you gaze at the sky,
And your dreams are so sad they bring tears to your eyes,
When the winter comes around and the snow starts to fall,
Everything is so white and the trees stand so tall,
That you need someone to hold you close by,
And to dwell on these thoughts, you start to cry.
Where will I be when you need me,
Where will I be, tell me where will I be.

When problems arise and you need to talk,
When all you need is a friend and a leisurly walk,
When worries enter your mind and won't part,
When you really need me I'll be in your heart.
There will I be when you need me,
There will I be, that's where I will be.

I'll be there to comfort when your heart is weak,
I'll be there when troubles and sorrows you meet,
When inward pain tears at your heart you can know,
I live in your heart and
I'll strengthen your soul.

There will I be when you need me,
There will I be,
That's where I will be.

~Dave~

Music For This Page "Come Fill My Heart" 2001 by Elton Smith, Larry Holder and Steve Israel of Song Of Praise


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Danny Hahlbohm, Inspired-Art and used with permission

2000 Dave ~ PalletMaster
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