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by sandra Woolridge

If today were to be my last day on earth

And this moment was my last
I would thank the Lord
And say to him thank you for my past

For giving to me my husband
who's always been at my side
He's given to me so much love
It fills my heart with pride

What ever problems life's thrown at us
And some with such great sorrow
He's gently took me by the hand
And lead me towards tomorrow

His thoughtful ways and caring words
out shine the brightest star
from the day we became husband and wife
He has shone for me thus far.

sandra Woolridge(c)

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