#1
Hi Everyone, I'm not sure what I'm doing showing this, it's more of a musical piece but anyway.

Last night there was a show on the TV a tribute to Belinda Emmett who died from Cancer, she was the wife of John (Rove) McManus who I'm sure all Australians know. I was watching it and needed to write something for her, and this is what came up, it's not great, the music is more to do with it then the lyrics so... yeah. Still want to know what you think.
Belinda's Dad said that Belinda's last words were to the person sitting beside her bed when she woke up from the surgery, those words were "are you alright?". Enjoy

Angel, sing this one last song for me
I've gotta sleep right now beside myself
And it's just you to get me there
When I wake up it's words that wake
But it was just like a sleepless night
And when I know i've teared up now
I realise you meant so much to them

Are you alright?
Are you alright?
Are you alright?
Sleep now Angel, sleep

When you walk, he followed there
You were the fighter and he was the lover
And if you're watching your brother
He sang with you...

Are you alright?
Are you alright?
Are you alright?
Sleep now Angel, sleep

Sleep now Angel, sleep
(Are you alright, are you alright?)
Sleep now Angel, sleep
(Are you alright, are you alright?)
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This just reminded me of the time that my brother in law texted his mom on the night after his wedding. All it said was "Consummated."
Last edited by Auals at Jul 24, 2007,
#2
It's really nice. I liked the first verse a lot. Good job.

Consider this a well deserved *bump*.
Can't say I was never wrong
But some blame rests on you


Work and play they're never okay
To mix the way we do