What a wonderful way to honour your dad! You are very talented Paul and should feel really proud! I bet it must have been an amazing way to celebrate such a special moment!A specific song that I find myself listening to at the moment is this one - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV-Z1YwaOiw&ob=av3e called "I hope you dance". For the same reason I also really like these two songs of yours - Get up have another try and Battle of Life - not only for their catchy tunes, but because it is a message that I feel I can relate to at the moment.
You are very clever being able to write songs and music. My youngest daughter (16) loves her music. She sings, plays guitar and violin. She has also written a couple of songs. I take my hat off to people who can do that. Can you tell she doesn't get that from me.
I envy you your song writing skill Paul. Bet your Dad likes this one. I have never yet managed to finish writing a song, but I have started quite a few.
What a beautiful song. I bet your Dad was very honored that you wrote it for him.
Definitely a very talented man :) I hope you're as proud of all your achievements as we all are! Music is very special and to share it the way you do, even more so :) I'm glad you've had such a lovely time with your dad over the holidays...it's always good to see family. My mum's sister is arriving this weekend. They haven't seen each other since we moved out here, so 5 years ago...so am very excited for that! Then it's their mum's 80th next week, and they're having a surprise party for her back home and we're going to skype her! I ring my grandma all the time, but to see her and for her to see us will be something special for her :)I hope you can be involved in the FunRazor :)
sorry, didn't mean to post as 'Unknown'.......I really do hope you can make the Funrazor, it'll be even more special with what you can bring to the day :)
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