Music Galore

Rookie (1991 / Canada)


Waking up everyday is a start,
Deciding to walk a different way is an adventure,
Choosing to sit with someone else is a decision,
But deciding you will change your life one step at a time,
Is a resolution.

Resolutions may come in many ways,
As little as they may be it makes a difference,
But deciding to do nothing at all is unthinkable,
Making resolutions can make life,
A very interesting path to walk in.

Choosing you will always drink a glass of milk each day,
Is a resolution that benefits your health,
Deciding you will not be controlled by others,
Is a resolution that helps your soul find itself,
Anything you make a daily routine is a resolution.

Playing Moonlight Sonata Op.27 movement 1 everyday,
Until you know every note is a resolution.
Resolutions are a wonderful way to restart what's been done wrong,
The question is,
To what point can you stop making resolutions?

My answer, never.

Submitted: Monday, February 04, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, October 22, 2008
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