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Don’t Lose Your Love

I heard the song Don’t Lose Your Love for the first time today. The line, “I can see the mysteries of God behind your beautiful brown eyes,” reminded me so much of my daughter Bridgy.

If you haven’t heard this beautiful song yet — the work of the Seattle folk band Ivan and Aloysha — I’ve posted the video of it at the end of this post.

Don’t lose your love, Bridgy.

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Every time I look at you I fall in love all over again
And you’re the reason I do what I do
I hope someday you can appreciate that

Don’t ever lose your innocence
Don’t you lose that heart
Don’t you lose your confidence
Oh but most of all
Don’t lose your love

But I can see the mysteries of God behind your beautiful brown eyes
A wonderful expression of what happens when two people fall in love
Right before our very eyes

Don’t you lose your attitude
Don’t ever lose that smile
Don’t you lose your tenderness
Oh but most of all
Don’t lose your love

Well Henry is my baby boy and everyone he meets he gives a wave
And a smile
And somewhere long ago I lost the light that is only found within the heart
Of a child

Don’t you lose your humility
No man is bigger than the next
Do what you love and the money will come
Oh but most of all
Don’t lose your love

Don’t ever lose your sanity
Don’t you lose your mind
But I’ve seen it all and I sure don’t know much
Oh but most of all
Don’t lose your love

Gen X Blog Jennifer Chronicles

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