I just watched part of the Farrah Fawcett Story documenting her struggle with cancer. I couldn’t watch it all, it was too emotional, What a brave and strong woman.
I wish Ryan O’neal could listen to this story and song, I think he could relate, as well as anyone who has lost a loved one to cancer. If you listen, listen ’til the end; it’s about much more than birds.
p.s. a special thanks to Josh Ford and Erin Elise Accomandofor help with the song.

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CALLING UP TO HEAVEN

Hello… hello hello.

I’m calling up to heaven

Just to say hello

 

Hello…hello hello.

I miss you

Like you’ll never know.

 

I’ve got a new phone and it has a special ap.

They say I can call you anywhere you’re at

So I’m calling up to heaven just to talk to you

One more time.

 

I found your number with your old things

So I’m giving it a call just to see if it rings

And maybe you’ll answer and tell me that

You’re doing fine

 

Hello… hello hello.

I’m calling up to heaven

Just to say hello

 

Hello…hello hello.

I miss you

Like you’ll never know.

The River

I

 

I know a girl

She liked to get kinky

She liked to get sweaty

And she liked to get stinky

She liked to make love

In public places

She’d wear loose clothes

And make funny faces

She liked to go down

on judges and cops

But then she got busted

And she had to stop

Take me down to the river….  And wash my sins away.

 

I used to run

With a dangerous crowd

We liked to get drunk

And we liked to get loud

Then one day

We got out the forty=five

Man I was lucky to get out alive

I hear Tommy’s

Still on the run

It’s a big price to pay

For a little bit of fun

Take me down to the river….  And wash my sins away.

 

Well Billy Bob

Didn’t think twice

’bout laying down

With his neighbor’s wife

Neighbor came home

Caught him in his bead

put two bullets

In Billy Bob’s head

Now poor Billy is

Dead and gone

Never got a chance

To hear my song

Take me down to the river….  And wash my sins away.