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Sing to Me, Grandma

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Sing to Me, Grandma

Sing to me, Grandma.
Sing soft and low.
Sing to me, Grandma,
The sweetest song you know.

"Amazing Grace" -
How sweet that sound.
"How Great Thou Art" -
Forever resound.

Say "Rise and shine.
If you can't shine, just rise."
"Can I lay here and shine?"
Will be my reply.

Hug me tight.
Say, "I love you."
Laughing and singing,
Say, "There's work to do."

Tell me a story,
I really do listen,
As we wash the dishes
And cook in the kitchen.

I rub your back.
I cut your hair.
I tell you "Thank you
For always being there."

Tell me of Jesus
And the love you've known.
Sing to me, Grandma,
So I’ll know I'm home.

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  1. Date: 4/20/2010 12:51:00 AM
    Pretty good, but again, sad for me.