Hold On My Love

When my life, soon departed, approaches its end

Oh what thought most deep-hearted at death will descend?

It will be you. All about you. You are the one I’ve loved life through.

Into the depths of dying prayer You will be there sweetening death’s air.

And I know just because you have loved me, loved me in mercy, faithful and true,

My thoughts will dwell on you.


But how will I tell you when sighing in death

That just knowing you’ve loved me enchants my last breath?

I’ll tell you now. I’ll sing it loud. I’ll stop the rain. I’ll part the clouds.

Trumpet my joy, angels divine. I lucky boy. Cindy is mine.

And I pray in our seasons of laughter, of sighing, crying and hugs

You’ll always feel my love.

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