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I Sure Miss You -- Gospel Song Written by Gerald Crabb & Performed by his son, Jason

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Song Title: I Sure Miss You

 

Song Lyrics:

If life could only bring again, the days I took for granted when

To hear your voice was just a call away

Oh what I'd give for just some time, to say the things that slipped my mind

There's so much now I'd really like to say

But I can never go back when we did the things we did back then

I'll store those precious memories in my mind; I'll take what you've instilled in me;

I'll try to be all I can be, and walk the path that you have left behind

I sure miss you; life will never be the same with you not here

Each passing day has brought much pain, but with God's grace my strength remains

I sure miss you, but heaven's sweeter with you there

The little things that seemed so small are now gold in a memory vault

I cherish every one I have of you

Now I can see and recognize the part you played to shape my life

I often see you in the things I do

In God's design and master plan He saw the hurting hearts of man

As we would say goodbye to those so dear

So with our family and friends we'll be together once again

We'll view all heaven's splendor hand in hand

I sure miss you; life will never be the same with you not here

Each passing day has brought much pain, but with God's grace my strength remains

I sure miss you, but heaven's sweeter with you there

 

Words and Music by Gerald Crabb

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By the way, the individuals in the pictures are both grandmothers, my maternal grandfather, two aunts, an uncle, the pastor who encouraged me to answer God's call and my best friend's father. I miss them all, but I know I'm going to have great welcoming party when I get to join them in heaven.

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Aggie, the top photograph is vintage, and the sailor photo is also vintage. All of the others are more recent. The one of Gram is from the late 1970s, I believe. The other photos I chose to use "artistic license" and make all of the photos black and white. I felt they looked better together.

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The song words with the pictures of your loved ones was inspired, beautiful colour choices and I agree the black and white was right for this - not only tying in the different eras but also in giving the feel of them being just outside the colourful living world... these words are really lovely.

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