so i think that we should sing about the sad sad shadows why do i keep remembering their darkened glance it seems that they want to dance into the story and at any moment the sad sad shadows fall on me so about those sad sad shadows inside those weathered picture frames a broken promise here something undone there framed fractures and failures each one calls my name and the struggle starts again with one word oh the shadow of shame falls on me so listen sad sad shadows i remembered today that you don’t have to stay you’re not the whole story Light and Glory can rewrite your songs mend all the wrongs and scatter the darkness not just for a moment but for eternity all these parts of me will be restored once more oh sad sad shadow the final say will not be yours the Light will end the night and all the sad sad shadows will go away and there will be only Light
it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be okay won’t do today longing for so much more it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be the sorrow stays my heart is sure there is a place where tears will end okay then when will that day be it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be there’s a promise for you and for me surrender will be all on our knees finally light will be all we see light will be all we see
My home town is in the state of Illinois. We are considered a southwest suburb of Chicago. The town is all but surrounded by corn and soy bean fields and so it often seems like any kind of major city is far, far away, even though, if the traffic gods are smiling, we can be in beautiful downtown Chicago in about an hour. These Minooka, Midwest skies are treasures that I always enjoy. Thanks for stopping by.
Stepped outside my home to go to rehearsal and was greeted by this.
A spectacular sky greeted me on the way home after a violent rainstorm came through our little town.