A Song, A Man

On my way home from painting today, I decided to listen to Gary Morris. He has a soothing voice and I haven’t listened to him in quite awhile. The second song came on and it really touched my heart after all that’s transpired in my life lately.

I have a friend to whom I could sing this song. By simply changing the pronouns, this song describes him perfectly. He always points out the good in everything and helps me to see things in a positive light when I cannot see at all. He lives in the shadow yet appears whenever I need him. He blesses my life with his friendship. I am beyond grateful for this man.

Here are the lyrics of the song – only I changed the pronouns. Below the lyrics is the YouTube link so you can listen to Gary Morris sing this beautiful song.

The Love He Found in Me

He looked into a heart so sad
And saw what no one ever had
Beneath the snow he saw the spring
He finds good in everything

Give him thorns and he’ll find the roses
Give him sand and he’ll find the sea
Give him rain and he’ll find the rainbows

Just see the love he found in me
Just see the love he found in me

He looks beneath each tear that’s cried
And somehow sees the sunny side
Even on the darkest night
He knows where to find the light

Give him thorns and he’ll find the roses
Give him sand and he’ll find the sea
Give him rain and he’ll find the rainbows

Just see the love he found in me

When the world starts closing in
He gives me strength to smile again

Give him thorns and he’ll find the roses
Give him sand and he’ll find the sea
Give him rain and he’ll find the rainbows

Just see the love he found in me
Just see the love he found in me

I don’t need to mention his name because he doesn’t desire that kind of recognition. He is a humble man who lives a quiet life guided by his heart. And I am grateful for the man he is. ♥️

Andi

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