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God Gave Me You

I am not a big fan of mushy love songs. As soon as they start, I change the channel. This one was different.
                                           Blake Shelton – God Gave Me You
I’ve been a walking heartache
I’ve made a mess of me
The person that I’ve been lately
Ain’t who I wanna be

But you stay here right beside me
Watch as the storm goes through
And I need you

[Chorus]
God gave me you for the ups and downs
God gave me you for the days of doubt
For when I think I’ve lost my way
There are no words here left to say, it’s true
God gave me you
The first time I heard this song it ALMOST  made me cry.   Okay, so maybe I did shed a tear or two.

I couldn’t help but think of my failed marriage from many moons ago (which I NEVER really think  or talk about anymore). Mainly because I know that this is the type of relationship this song is talking about, I got a little jelous, then  pissed but then I couldn’t stop thinkng of my sons. This is when I got really emotional.
GREG & CHRIS 14 years ago

This song perfecly describes how I feel about the two loves of my my life, Greg and Chris. I have always been so thankful for them, they bring great big smiles to my face and warmth to me heart. That’s pretty special, especially since they are teenagers now and they still have this effect on me. I don’t know how I would have made it through everything without them. The joy they bring me is indescribable. I have said it before and I will say it once more, they made me a better person.
My heart breaks for those who turn there backs on the one placed in their lifes to help them through this journey here on earth.  

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