Remembrance

December 25, 2010
By bassoonkid PLATINUM, Bountiful, Utah
bassoonkid PLATINUM, Bountiful, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
"Believe in yourself... The major work of the world is done by ordinary people who have learned to work in the extraordinary ways" Gordon B. Hinckley


Starting off your big and bold,
But through the years comes feeble and old.
Through and through you're changing tunes,
And before you know it, you're a loon.
I'll always love you all the same;
Notes, rests. repeats, or cues
It's you I love, not your age.

Look the end is drawing near.
Constant breath we're almost here.
Posture, poise, and attitude;
Keep it up, we all love you.
Take this serious; it's not a game.
Louder, softer, long, or short;
The Lord himself I will not blame.

Hold that note until we're done,
And do it now while we are young.
Although time is short, and you aren't mine.
I'll have you once along the line.
Through thick and thin, snow or rain;
yells, whistles, stomps, or claps;
I'll love you now, I'll love you then.
From time and time, and time again.

The author's comments:
I had just gotten back from my winter concert, and I was thinking about the concept of how music has changed, and also how it has stayed the same. How some music has been around for centuries, and is being revised and performed to this day by thousands of artists. Yet, at the same time I was thinking of love, and how it can grow, and how spouses can become paranoid about becoming old.

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