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As I wake up early in the morning, and see the sun peeping over my window seal, I just turn around and say THANK YOU LORD for allowing me to see the SUNRISE- once again.
I believe you help me raise my children, you help me put food on the table, you never leave me when I’m lonely, you never allow me to stand still.
That’s why I believe in your GREATNESS, and I will always follow your will. So, THANK YOU LORD for allowing me, to see the SUNRISE – once again.
BY LENNY JAYNES
by historian and Lincoln scholar and former president of the G.A.R. Museum Hugh Boyle.
Hugh Boyle is the president of the Delaware Valley Civil War round table, past President and Executives Director of the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library, former member of the Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League in Philadelphia, member of the faculty of the Civil War History Institute of Manor College where he teaches courses on Lincoln and other history subjects. He has given lectures on the life and death of Abraham Lincoln as well as other Civil War topics.
ON THE RADIO
It’s just me sitting all alone by the telephone,
Then I heard our song – on the radio.
Brought back fond memories when we used to dance to the song – on the radio.
I can still see the blue lights as we dance through the night, by the song – on the radio.
I can still feel your body pressed against mine, with your hand on my side, as we dance to our song.
Memories of an awesome time, as we glide to our song.
I can still feel your cheek touching mine, as we groove to our song.
So, now it’s just me waiting by the phone, as the radio plays our song.
As the tears fill my eyes as I stop and think.
It’s just an old song being played – on the radio.
BY LENNY JAYNES