I'm now accepting Online Session work

I've got a lot of time on my hands right now, so if you'd like me to play some keys on your tracks just send me an mp3 via the above email address, and I'll get hold of you to discuss what you need and how much it will cost for the work.

Don't worry, it will cost you less than you think, but all prices will be in UK Sterling.

Contact Rab at johnbundrick@mac.com for prices and details.

Current Mood:

The Baton

She's handing you the baton, she's finished her part of the race.
It's time for her to go, and find a happy, more peaceful place...
The baton will get you thru life, that's why she's letting it go, to you, her chosen, identical twin.

You, the daughter, must now resume the race.
Your mom has gone to heaven, she's left you in her place.
So pick up the baton, and run with the wind.
The places you will visit, already she has been.

You'll feel her gentle presence.
She'll know that you've been there.
Wait for that special feeling.
The one she always shared.

I find this cross so hard to bear.
The truth of her pain shows with every stare

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