In 1964 I was born and Audrey Hepburn’s My Fair Lady debued to Jewel Akens “Birds and the Bees”

October 7 2017 Working with our music

In 1964 I was born and Audrey Hepburn’s My Fair Lady debued. Music blessed the world and this Holy Spirit song by Jewel Akens.

The creative spirit has worked through many musicians and song writers to continue weave  the songs and compositions that give us the great songs we have today.

And like musicians borrow from each other so too is the general public invited in on the fun.  Write your own lyrics to this song by Jewel Akens and offer it to God our Holy Spirit, Your pet, or someone you love and sing it from your heart.

“Let me see” said Wee-Bitty Bunny

Here is my effort a small sample of the possibilities

Let me tell ya bout the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and the heavens up above and a thing called “Love”

Let me tell ya bout the stars in the sky and the angels flying high and the speeds that they fly if you will draw nigh.

Let me tell ya ’bout the cats and the squirls and the curly headed girls in the trees up above and Our Holy Spirit dove.

When I look into those big brown eyes It’s so very plain to see that when  I count aloud on heavens cloud that those eyes are only meant for me.

Let me tell ya ’bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the treesAnd the moon up above And a thing called “Love” (Yeah!)

When I look into your big brown eyes It’s so very plain to see- That it’s time you learned about the facts of life of husband and wife and how we get the little bunnies.

Let me tell ya ’bout the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees And the heavens up above and the cradles of our love.

When I look into those big brown eyes It’s so very plain to see that when  I count aloud on heavens cloud, so very loud,  that those eyes are only meant for me. – JC Angelcraft @ sneeking in over from the Prince Frog Blog https://theprincefrogblog.wordpress.com/

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