Mom, I still miss you.


As you all know, my mother died on November 19th, 2006. Ever since her death, I have tried to find something or someway to describe how I feel about the whole thing. well, a year and a half to two years later, thanks to Hawk Nelson, I found it. In 2008 Hawk Nelson released their cd, “Hawk Nelson is my friend.” One of the songs on that album is called, “I Still Miss You.” This song talks about a person who lost their mother due to cancer. I have searched for what seems like forever to find this. Anyway, I just thought I would share this with you. Below is the lyrics to that song.

“I Still Miss You”
There she was, 5’3 a picture of my mother’s mother
She showed me love, and all the ways of God
Her final days were spent in bed where she passed away
I won’t forget her smiling face when she left us that night

But I still miss you
All the times we spent together
To hear you talk about the weather
I always prayed you’d get well soon
I wish my prayers came true
I know Jesus has the answer
And He’s way bigger than the cancer in you
But I still miss you

If dreams came true, just one more chance to talk to you
And thank you for the time you spent teaching me the truth
A boy back then, I’ve grown up, now I’m a man
I can finally understand the things you said to me

But I still miss you
All the times we spent together
To hear you talk about the weather
I always prayed you’d get well soon
I wish my prayers came true
I know Jesus has the answer
And He’s way bigger than the cancer in you
But I still miss you

I need some help to carry on
I need some strength to keep me strong…

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