First Day Elms
All I w[C]ant is someone r[G]eal.
Someone to h[Am]old a candle with me, let the night fires b[F]urn.
It's not what I c[C]hoose, it's what I fe[G]el.
And if we [Am]don't see eye to eye, you go your way, I'll go [F]mine.
And that's al[C]right.
So [Am]raise the glass and [F]look right past the [C]time you've thrown [G]away.
The [Am]tragedies and [F]enemies, the [C]debts you'll never [G]pay.
[Am]Understand its in your [F]hand to [C]turn the other [G]way,
And [C]make tomorrow the [G]first [C]day.
A person's love. A starry night.
All wonderful, but none as grand as the man who chooses life.
And we compete in word and deed.
You think we'd learn by now that's not what people need,
But that's our style.
I haven't figured out the bridge yet, but if anyone happens to... here's my e-mail:
Jesus loves you!