1. The Labyrinth
On a visit to Gloucester Cathedral, we found a
labyrinth printed on cloth was covering the floor. The circular path led
from the outer edge to the centre and back again. I took off my shoes and
began a prayerful walk.
2. Made to last
Written for the wedding of my 'friend like a sister' Jill and her lovely
partner Jan (Yarn). I wanted to present them with a recording of this song, and then I
thought I would like to do more recordings, so I got busy writing.
3. The grass is greener
I do count my blessings, but I'm good at counting other people's too! In
Proverbs it says,"Envy rots the bones" It's all too easy to think I will be happy when...
4. People watching
I wrote this sitting by a pub window in London.I always want to know other
people's stories.I'm fascinated by how wrong first impressions can be!
5. In your shoes
Empathy is a wonderful thing!
6. Same forever
Written for Esther and Andy's wedding in 1990. The song talks about how God
never changes, and is always there for us. He was there at our creation, and knows us
7. Slow down
Life can just be too busy!
Back to Music
8. Drops of rain
The drops of rain on the window distract the woman from
the beauty beyond. This is a song about getting things in perspective.
9. Same again
I often wonder what people are really thinking.In this song, I just wanted to
reassure my beloved that I have no regrets!
Written after a concert of Indian music
When you think you might lose someone, you begin to appreciate each day,
even each hour that you have. This is my prayer, that life won't rush by, but that we savour
it, and give thanks to God for it, and experience the giving and receiving of joy!