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by Bill Turner
Sitting there upon the bank
Feet dangling below my knees
Having you to thank
If you please

All those years putting up with me
All the wretched things I did
Not once ever letting me be
No matter how well I hid

I was such a rotten son
Creating so much stress and strife
If there was trouble, I was the one
You never turned your back on my life

No matter how horrible my sin
You were always right there
Supporting me yet again
Showing how much you care

Visiting you where you rest
Telling you about my life
You are still the very best
Listening about my strife

Leaving your fishing hole
Smile upon my face
Moving towards being whole
Just visiting this place

So many answers in my heart
That had not been there before
Time to make a new start
Renewed at my very core

Life has dealt me many a brother
I can tell my troubles to
You are the greatest mother
In case I forgot, I love you

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