Smile Henry


Pitter Patter Pitter Patter


Pitter patter pitter patter
Can you hear the sound of my heart go
Pitter patter pitter patter

Stepping out, taking on a new venture
Trying something new, that a few years ago I would not have dreamed
Looking at life through eyes of transparent gold

Pitter patter pitter patter
Can you hear the sound of my heart go
Pitter patter pitter patter

Like an eagle I soar above the stormy clouds
I awake in the morning with a refreshed intent to be warm and inviting
Content in the present, hopeful about the future, forgetting the past

Pitter patter pitter patter
Can you hear the sound of my heart go
Pitter patter pitter patter

Music plays in my inner ear, greater than pitter, stronger than patter
The drum beat, thumpity thump drum beat thump
It's the new sound of my heart, can you hear it?

Submitted: Friday, January 30, 2009
Edited: Friday, January 30, 2009

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