Tenement Funster wrote:
So great that you two can enjoy playing music together. There comes a point when the son surpasses the father and we start to feel our age. My oldest was about 16 when he first pinned me in a wrestling match, and my youngest was about the same age when he crossed me over (basketball) in the driveway ... down I went laughing my head off. I know you really cherish these moments you can spend together ... they fly by so quickly.
That's pretty much the crux of that song I wrote called "Moments "....
the chorus went
Oh those[Am] moments in [G]time, they just go [F]by so damn [C]fast
So [Am] hard to hold[G] onto , so [ F] hard to make them [C] last
Just [Am]keep them safe in[C]side your heart, and [F] cherish every [C]one
And [F]Live and love , all your [G] moments in the[C] sun
[F]Live and love , all your [G] moments in the[C] sun
it's posted somewhere here on chordie.
TF - seems like only yesterday - on a whole lot of stuff - but at least the memories never fade
Beamer- enjoy every second with your son !
Your vision is not limited by what your eye can see, but what your mind can imagine.
Make your life count, and the world will be a better place because you tried.
"Use the talents you possess, for the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except only the the best." - Henry Van Dyke