In the Morrow

Saturday, March 10, 2018
You know when you hear just the right song at just the right time?  Music is powerful as it stimulates one's emotions--it can affect a person in many ways.  I love the lyrics and melody to this one:


In the Morrow

Found myself today, I took my cross up and walked away
With amazing grace and opened eyes
Even though I'm born to lose my way
Tomorrow comes on a hurricane
When the weight of the world's been on your mind

In the morrow, I'll be gone
I gave it everything I had for so long
Save your sorrow for your song
Don't we always find a way to carry on

No ones sees it coming
And no one walks when they should've been running
And nothing hurts like knowing you've tried
And we can see how years can slip away
In the cold dark nights and the long hard days
But nothing aches quite like goodbye

In the morrow, I'll be gone
I gave it everything I had for so long
Save your sorrow for your song
Don't we always find a way to carry on

In the morrow, I'll be gone
I gave it everything I had for so long
Save your sorrow for your song
Don't we always find a way

In the morrow, I'll be gone
I gave it everything I had for so long
Save your sorrow for your song
Don't we always find a way to carry on
Don't we always find a way to carry on

"In the Morrow" as written by Phillip John Hanseroth Brandi M. Carlile
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

Then I read this post by a favorite Instagram/blogger/designer Ashley Petrone, and started thinking about summer and how much fun it will be to go to some music festivals with the kids.  One of my favorite parts about summer is attending outdoor musical events, whether it be a concert in the park or music festival.  We booked tickets to see Vance Joy at Edgefield in July.  Can't wait!


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