Bo Sox Cap 

If I was a river and you were the sea,
I’d long for the rains so you’d flow into me. 
If I was the sun, and you were the Plains,
I’d long for the winter so I could melt you again. 

And we’re never quite happy
with what we’ve become;
until we see the purpose
of the road we came from.

Wish I’d snapped a cellphone picture with you
wearing that Bo Sox Cap, so disarmingly cute.
But in matters of love, I’m not quick on my feet.
And these beautiful moments slip away from me.

Though I’m never quite happy
with what I’ve become;
(suddenly) I see the purpose
of the road I came from.

Ya, this path I have travelled, oft getting me lost;
if it brought me to you, then to hell with the cost.

(Instrumental)

Ya, this path that I’ve travelled, oft getting me lost;
if it led me to you, then to hell with the cost.

As we strive to be happy
knowing who we’ve become;
will all stem from the purpose
of the road we came from.

Yes, Dear, you are the purpose
of the road I came from. 

_________________________ 
© L. Normand, 2019 
All rights reserved.

2007

Once Upon a Chime... in my Head (OUCH)

Luc Normand

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"A major work of art. A song like 'Have to Go' sounds like it could open for Shania Twain. Then a few songs later is 'Just for You' which could have appeared in a John Hughes movie (Say Anything, Breakfast Club)." Derek Dunn, Barrhaven Independent

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Seasonal Selections

The Easter Bunny Song (20th Anniversary Edition)

Luc Normand

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...without stopping to think of the possible repercussions and how deeply I might scar this young lad, (hey... cut me some slack... I was still nearly a decade away from having kids of my own, so... who knew?) anyway, I leaned over... nudged him... and let slip "Psst! Your Mommy killed the Easter Bunny!" That's part of the real story. I'll let you decide how much of the song you want to believe.

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A Christmas Wish

Luc Normand

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A warmly lit winters' night; soft gentle snowflakes blanketing the ground like a real life John Kenward barn-board painting; inside, holding your love in your arms, a crackling fire, and, this song.

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