Gordon McLeod
By: Gordon McLeod
Catalog ID: 270731   Duration: 2:17   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 80   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Pop Music | Pop Ballad
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A tender love song, expressing the desire to support and nurture the beloved regardless of the cost. Perfect for films about romance   Keywords: Love, Hold You Up, Strong, Heart, Relief, Thief

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Christy’s Song

If I hold you will it be
To hold you up and let you see
The flower that your life can be?
I hope I am so strong!
I know that life is always brief
And seldom do we find relief
And so I’m proud to be the thief
And hold you soft and long.

You came to me without a clue
Of how I longed and cried for you
You held me close and made me true
The flower of your heart.
And so it seems we can’t regret
What time has placed before us yet
I held you long before we met
Deep within my heart.

Your joy and pain both now are mine
Eternal smile, eyes that shine
Are written in a magic rhyme
Deep within my heart.
If I should die before you wake
To kiss me here for your heart’s sake
I pray your pain be mine to take
And my joy yours to keep.

Gordon McLeod
9 April 1994
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