Barbara Vanier

(May 18,1962 / a very small place in Florida, USA)

Thank You


Sometimes my fears grip me so tight that I can’t breath
And you are oxygen to me
Sublime my life dreaming at night fantasy scheming
With you speaking to me

And all I want to do is say to you
Thank you for being with me
For talking to me and subduing me
Your will I obey
Thank you for being with me

Oh the times my love we’ve had before now my evil feelings
Come into our house to destroy
How I long for your happiness now I see I am hurting you
Not my intent and it keeps me acting so coy

And all I want to do is say to you
Thank you for being with me
For talking to me and subduing me
Your will I obey
Thank you for being with me


Please believe me my love
Never intended this my love
Want you always near my love
Can’t stand how I hurt you my love

And all I want to do is say to you
Thank you for being with me
For talking to me and subduing me
Your will I obey
Thank you for being with me

And all I want to do is say to you
Thank you for being with me
For talking to me and subduing me
Your will I obeyed
Thank you for being with me

Now I pass away……..

Submitted: Sunday, November 09, 2008

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