Let the memory of Deborah be with us forever
  • 59 years old
  • Born on August 9, 1954 .
  • Passed away on August 5, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Deborah Barber 59 years old , born on August 9, 1954 and passed away on August 5, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Justin Wray on 10th August 2017
Happy late birthday I can't believe it's been three years since I got the news you were gone to a better place I wish you were here but I know you you in a place where you feel no pain.I wish your wishes could have been fulfilled maybe one day.I love and miss you always your son Justin Wray.
Posted by Justin Wray on 9th August 2016
Happy birthday. Mama. We missed the blackberries again we got to eat a few but a lot was dried maybe next year.
Posted by John Wray on 9th August 2016
Happy Birthday, mom, I love and miss you every single day. One day we will see each other again.
Posted by Justin Wray on 5th August 2016
I can't believe it's been two years it's not a day that goes by something don't remind me of you. Rather its food,flowers,etc.I know your watching over us.I love and miss you mom
Posted by Justin Wray on 5th August 2016
I can't believe it's been two years it's not a day that goes by something don't remind me of you. Rather its food,flowers,etc.I know your watching over us.I love and miss you mom
Posted by Justin Wray on 9th May 2016
Happy mothers day we miss you.You were the greatest.
Posted by John Wray on 26th November 2015
Up to the hill of Calvary My Savior went courageously and there he bled and died for me Hallelujah for the cross And on that day the world was changed A final, perfect lamb was slain Let earth and heaven now proclaim Hallelujah for the cross [Chorus:] Hallelujah for the war He fought Love has won, death has lost Hallelujah for the souls He bought Hallelujah for the cross What good I’ve done could never save My debt too great for deeds to pay But God, my Savior, made a way Hallelujah for the cross A slave to sin, my life was bound But all my chains fell to the ground When Jesus’ blood came flowing down Hallelujah for the cross [Chorus] Hallelujah, hallelujah And when I breathe my final breath I’ll have no need to fear that rest This hope will guide me into death Hallelujah for the cross [Chorus x2] Hallelujah for the cross Hallelujah for the cross
Posted by Justin Wray on 10th August 2015
Happybirthday mama we all miss ya
Posted by Amanda Barber on 10th August 2015
Forever loved,forever missed,forever remembered until we meet again.
Posted by Justin Wray on 21st March 2015
I am the Earth. Mother of them all. I'm getting hotter and hotter each day, I just want to lay and rest. Let me rest, I'm dying. My babies are dying, The ice is melting. The sun is burning my skin, My babies, My life You cruel people, You choke me to death. Your chemicals are killing What I have tried to raise. How is life supposed to carry on... If my people destroy what Makes us live And breathe? My poor trees! Just think and feel how they feel. Why are you putting rubbish on my skin? STOP... OH STOP it now! You're giving me disease, And it's burning to my core. Get in my mind, come on, Look deep down and find My heart is slowly stopping. You're killing me, You murderer.
Posted by Justin Wray on 23rd January 2015
"Native American Prayer" I give you this one thought to keep - I am with you still - I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow, I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush, I am the sweet uplifting rush, of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not think of me as gone - I am with you still in each new dawn.
Posted by John Wray on 20th January 2015
The rich man lived in luxury surrounded by his door He always had the very best that money could afford He left this world not caring about his resting place He laid his eyes toward Heaven, but it was too late Give me one drop of water, the rich man cried from Hell One drop of water, but still no water fell He always was a selfish man, his heart was filled with greed Now a little drop of water is all he'll ever need You can't love gold and silver and love the Savior too Like the eye of the needing no chance of getting through So make your reservation before another day For all your gold and silver will surely pass away Give me one drop of water, the rich man cried from Hell One drop of water, but still no water fell He always was a selfish man, his heart was filled with greed Now a little drop of water is all he'll ever need There's one way to Heaven, its by amazing grace Where everyone is equal no matter creed or race So have no other Bible, and always put God first We'll live on milk and honey, and we will never thirst Give me one drop of water, the rich man cried from Hell One drop of water, but still no water fell He always was a selfish man, his heart was filled with greed Now a little drop of water is all he'll ever need Now a little drop of water is all he'll ever need
Posted by John Wray on 20th January 2015
I've a home prepared where the saints abide Over in the glory land I long to be by my Saviors side Over in the glory land Just over in the glory land I'll join (yes join) the happy angels band Over in the glory land Just over in the glory land There with (yes with) the mighty host I'll stand Over in the glory land I'm on my way to those mansions fair Over in the glory land There to sing Gods praise and his glory share Over in the glory land What a joyful thought that my Lord Ill see Over in the glory land And the kindred say there forever I'll be Over in the glory land Just over in the glory land I'll join (yes join) the happy angels band Over in the glory land Just over in the glory land There with (yes with) the mighty host I'll stand Over in the glory land
Posted by John Wray on 4th December 2014
There were many times when I was young, I saw tears in mamma's eyes And I didn't know what things it was, that made my mamma cry. But as the years went by I understood each tear Mamma cried for her children while she was living here And she prayed, Lord please save my children, I'm asking you today Lord, please save my children, don't let them stray away Just keep your hands upon them, don't let them die in vain Much more, please save my children, oh this I pray today. And now the years they've come and gone, since my mamma passed away But back in my memory, I can hear her everyday Oh I hear those prayers that she prayed to God, for her children everyday She was hoping that she just hear me say, "Mamma I got saved." And she prayed, Lord please save my children, I'm asking you today Lord, please save my children, don't let them stray away Just keep your hands upon them, don't let them die in vain Much more, please save my children, Oh this I pray today. But Lord, please save my children, Oh this I pray today
Posted by John Wray on 4th December 2014
I awake each morning to start a new day But the pain of losing you never goes away. I go about the things I have to do And as the hours pass I think again of you. I want to call you and just hear your voice Then I remember that I have no choice For you are not there and now my heart cries Just to see you again to tell you goodbye To say Mama I love you and I always will And hope that much of you, in me you've instilled. The day that you left I just didn't know That you were going where I couldn't go. And now all my memories of you are so dear But gosh, how I miss you and wish you were here. Who now can hear me when I need to cry? It so hard to tell you "Mama goodbye." Someday I know all will be well And I'll see you again with stories to tell Of how you were missed and how we have grown And how good it is to finally be home. Until then my memories of you I'll keep near And I'll pass them on to those who are dear. I miss you Mama
Posted by John Wray on 4th December 2014
My dear sweet heavenly father I come to you today, with faith and hope I ask, send an angel Mama's way. I know her time is near and soon you'll take her home, to stroll across the streets of gold where other angels roam. It's hard to watch her suffer and slowly fade away, help me God to understand, give me strength I pray. She means so much to all of us, forgive me for my fears, life will never be the same without her presence here. My mother is my angel, she taught me how to love, and told me about you lord and heaven up above. When she crosses over and steps into the light, tell her that I love her and when the time is right. Meet me at the pearly gates where every thing's brand new, we'll walk across God's meadow lands where skies are always blue. Somewhere beyond the sunset every now and then, I pray she watches over me until we meet again Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/a-prayer-for-mama#ixzz3KzeLt2sM Family Friend Poems
Posted by Justin Wray on 20th November 2014
"A REAL CHILDHOOD" I'M GLAD I GREW UP IN THE TIME THAT I DID, WHEN A KID WAS ALLOWED TO BE JUST A KID. WE PLAYED BASEBALL, MARBLES AND KICK-THE-CAN, HOPSCOTCH, JUMP ROPE AND HIDE-AND-CRAWL-IN. WE CHASED LIGHTENING BUGS DOWN BY THE OLD POND, ALL THROUGH THE FIELDS AND THE PASTURE BEYOND. WE PLAYED BASEBALL IN THE FIELD DOWN BACK WITH AN OLD RUBBER BALL AND A WHITTLED-OUT BAT. WE COULD ROLL A HOOP, OR PLAY HIDE-AND-GO-SEEK, OR GO SKINNY-DIPPING DOWN BACK IN THE CREEK. IN WINTER WE SKATED WHEN THE WEATHER WAS RIGHT, OR PELTED EACH OTHER IN A SNOWBALL FIGHT. WE'D ALL SLIDE DOWN THE NEIGHBOR'S STEEP HILL, OR AN OLD TOBOGGAN THAT WOULD GIVE YOU A THRILL. IN THE SPRING, WE WENT FISHING WHENEVER WE COULD, BETWEEN LUGGING WATER AND CHOPPING FIREWOOD. WE NEVER KNEW THAT TIMES WERE TOUGH, WE HAD WHAT WE HAD, AND IT WAS ENOUGH. THE GOOD OLD DAYS HAVE COME AND GONE, BUT IN MY MEMORIES, THEY STILL LINGER ON. I'M GLAD I GREW UP IN THE TIME THAT I DID, WHEN A KID WAS ALLOWED TO BE JUST A KID.
Posted by Justin Wray on 18th October 2014
'Round here we was raised in the church We worked when we was hurt And was proud of our dirt God came first and He still does Some things will always be just like they was Life's still good 'round here everyday Ask anyone, betcha they all say [Chorus] That's because we're country kids How it was is how it is Yeah, that's the way we all were raised Reckon some things ain't never gonna change It's in our blood everywhere we go From the city streets to them old back roads No matter how young or old we get We'll always be country kids Shellin' butter beans on the porch with Grandma Learnin' how to cut the grass on the lap of Grandpa On that old John Deere, Lord the thing still runs Learned how to bait a hook and how to shoot a gun Life's still good 'round here everyday Ask anyone, I betcha they all say [Chorus] That's because we're country kids How it was is how it is Yeah, that's the way we all were raised Reckon some things ain't never gonna change It's in our blood everywhere we go From the city streets to them old back roads No matter how young or old we get We'll always be country kids From New York City to the Georgia pines From Hollywood to the Bible belt No ya'll we ain't too hard to find No we ain't hard to find [Chorus] That's because we're country kids How it was is how it is Yeah, that's the way we all were raised Reckon some things ain't never gonna change It's in our blood everywhere we go From the city streets to them old dirt roads No matter how young or old we get We'll always be country kids Yeah from the moment we're born Till we're a hundred and six We'll always be country kids
Posted by Justin Wray on 18th October 2014
Chasing after that dollar like it’ll slow down my hurry Settle all my worries when I get it in my wallet quit dipping’ long enough to own a pair of jeans That don’t have a ring in the back pocket Laughing at myself, admitting when I’m wrong That’s what this gold ol’ boy’s gonna go out workin’ on [Chorus:] Workin’ on coming to Jesus, kicking the bottle, Wrestling with our roots, Trying to turn off Mama’s tears, and feel up Daddy’s boots Shutting off our pride, fixing bridges we burned, learning how to live and learn Keeping our demons down and our trucks up and running Loving them angels sitting pretty in the middle of ‘em Fighting with the man in the mirror til we gone Yeah, that’s what all us good ol’ boys gonna go out workin’ on Gonna go out workin’ on Giving more forgiveness, picking battles worth choosing Little less cussin’ and losin’ my temper and my tools Dialin’ down my restless, outgrowing my reckless and my reputation for breaking hearts and rules Realizin’ what I got what I got before it’s gone That’s what this good ol boy’s gonna go out Workin’ on… [Chorus:] Workin’ on coming to Jesus, kicking the bottle, Wrestling with our roots, Trying to turn off Mama’s tears, and feel up Daddy’s boots Shutting off our pride, fixing bridges we burned, learning how to live and learn Keeping our demons down and our trucks up and running Loving them angels sitting pretty in the middle of ‘em Fighting with the man in the mirror til’ we gone Yeah, that’s what all us good ol’ boys gonna go out workin’ on Gonna go out workin’ on Owning up to my weakness, keeping it humble but strong Doin’ the best I can with this flesh and bone [Chorus:] Workin’ on coming to Jesus, kicking the bottle, Wrestling with our roots, Trying to turn off Mama’s tears, and feel up Daddy’s boots Shutting off our pride, fixing bridges we burned, learning how to live and learn Keeping our demons down and our trucks up and running Loving them angels sitting pretty in the middle of ‘em Fighting with the man in the mirror til we gone Yeah, that’s what all us good ol’ boys gonna go out workin’ on Gonna go out workin’ on
Posted by Justin Wray on 18th October 2014
Letter To Drug Dealer From Mother Of Young Addict A Letter To A Drug Dealer. As you read this letter I want you to know the devastation that you have caused to families. Perhaps you're beyond caring, all you see is the money you have made, or perhaps you don't have a conscience at all. I'm wring this letter to let you know the misery you inflict to millions of innocent people, people you don't know, the unheard cry of agony. Ordinary families trying to get by and do the best for their children. Sons or daughters that you don't care about. Lives destroyed at your hands. Kids that you deliberately set out to get them hooked on drugs. When you're a parent and have children you want the best for them, you want them to grow up to be happy, independent, and make their way in the world, to be honest and hard working. What you can't protect them from is the outside world, Monsters like you, who roam free to destroy lives. You look on helplessly as you watch the child you brought into the world change in front of your eyes, and all you see is deadness looking back at you, and there's nothing you can do. As you see their personalities change from a bright, caring and loving person, a person who has a future into something that you just don't recognize anymore. As the family is destroyed because a Monster like you has got another young person hooked on the filth that you make a profit from. You silently scream inside as you watch the child that you reared doing things that you never dreamed was possible in order to pay a Maggot like you so they can sleep. As families of addicts that You Made watch helplessly as the cycle begins all over again the following day and you are dragged into a world you didn't know existed and you pray to God everyday that possibly you will see some change in your son's or daughter's life but it never happens because a Maggot like you has drawn them in a world of evil. You learn to live in fear as you watch the child that you brought into the world jump as the phone rings and you know that he owes money, and the cycle of evil continues and there's nothing you can do. You're a Monster and there's many more of you out there, and you may feel that nothing can touch you but trust me when I say that your time will come, where justice will prevail, if it's not in this world it will definitely be in the next and there will be no rock for an animal like you to hid, what comes around goes around and for every bit of misery that you have caused to innocent and vulnerable kids out there, it will fall back on you a million times over. I hope when your time comes to leave this earth that God will forgive you, I on the other hand will never !!! Mother of 1 of the addicts you made. Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/letter-to-drug-dealer-from-mother-of-young-addict#ixzz3GTSuw4ln Family Friend Poems
Posted by Justin Wray on 6th October 2014
A mother is special, she's more than a friend. Whenever you need her, she'll give you a hand. She'll lead you and guide you in all that you do. Try all that she can just to see you get through. Good times and bad times, she's there for it all. Say head up, be proud, and always stand tall. She'll love you through quarrels and even big fights, or heart to heart chats on cold lonely nights. My mother's the greatest that I've ever known, I think God made my mother like He'd make his own. A praiser, a helper, an encourager too, nothing in this world that she wouldn't do. To help us succeed she does all that she can, raised a young boy now into a man. I want to say thank you for all that you do, please always know mom, that I love you. Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/a-true-angel#ixzz3FQXRkzPq Family Friend Poems
Posted by Justin Wray on 6th October 2014
Your kids are growing up now, trying to do what would make you proud, it's been almost two months now, but yet we still sit here in disbelief, this isn't possible, it never happened, the woman who brought us into this world is, gone, gone forever.. why did you have to leave so soon? we still need you. we still need our mom. we will never understand, there is no reason that will justify, but we know you are always in our hearts, and you are always watching over us we love you mom... Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/we-love-you-mom#ixzz3FQW3Li4A Family Friend Poems
Posted by Justin Wray on 27th September 2014
We had a wonderful mother, One who never really grew old; Her smile was made of sunshine, And her heart was solid gold; Her eyes were as bright as shining stars, And in her cheeks fair roses you see. We had a wonderful mother, And that' s the way it will always be. But take heed, because She's still keeping an eye on all of us, So let's make sure She will like what she sees.
Posted by Justin Wray on 14th September 2014
A face that is always on my mind, A smile I have seen a million times, Two eyes that would light up the sky at night, One last battle you could not fight, The day was long, then night then morn. I knew that soon you would be gone, I clasped your hand so warm in mine, Soon we would be out of time, To stay with us you fought so hard, A million pieces went my heart, Now a photo I look at to see your smile, I keep your number on my speed dial, A video I watch to hear your voice, This I do.... I have no choice., But great memories I will always keep with me, Your love in my heart for eternity, I never got to say goodbye, To understand why, I can but try, Waiting in heaven from this moment on, 'Till God asks you to bring me home. Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/last-fight#ixzz3DLpQRr4y Family Friend Poems
Posted by Justin Wray on 14th September 2014
f I only had five minutes the day you passed away, I would have had time to tell you all the things I needed to say. I never got to tell you how much you mean to me, Or that you were the best mom, better than any woman could be. The last time that I talked to you I wish I would have known. I would have said I love you, and kept you on the phone. If I only had five minutes, the morning you passed away, I'd give you one last hug so tight and see your great big smile. I'd tell you that I don't think I could live without you, not even for awhile. I'd kiss your cheek and take your hand and tell you it's okay to go And tell you that I'll miss you, more than you'll ever know. But you were gone so quickly, One last night in the hotel Before you even knew it, you were standing at heavens gate. Now God has called upon you, It's time to get your wings. To leave this life behind you, And enjoy all of heavens beautiful things. So wait for me in heaven mom, Don't let me come alone. The day the angels come for me, Please be there to bring me home © PERMISSIOn Source: http://www.familyfriendpoems.com
Posted by John Wray on 8th September 2014
Momma would pray, at night by her bedside She call out to Jesus, in a voice so sincere Watch over my children, and show them your mercy Don't let 'em be alone, in this old world down here A mother's pray, more precious than diamonds A mother's pray, more precious than gold There's nothing on earth that could compare, I can still see her kneeling there Thank God for the power, of a mother's prayer With tears in my eyes, in the darkest of hours I cried alone, don't take her from me Since she took my hand, said son I'm ready Said the sweetest prayer, then she went off to sleep Chorus: Then I had a dream, I stood before Jesus Saw the Book of Life, and my name was in there Lord I done so much wrong, and I don't deserve mercy Said there's something about, your mother's prayer
Posted by Justin Wray on 7th September 2014
I was standing by my window, On one cold and cloudy day When I saw that hearse come rolling For to carry my mother away Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky I said to that undertaker undertaker please drive slow for this lady you are carrying Lord, I hate to see here go Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky Oh, I followed close behind her Tried to hold up and be brave But I could not hide my sorrow When they laid her in the grave Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky I went back home, my home was lonesome missed my mother, she was gone all of my brothers, sisters crying what a home so sad and lone Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky We sang the songs of childhood Hymns of faith that made us strong Ones that Mother Maybelle taught us Hear the angels sing along Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky Will the circle be unbroken by and by, Lord, by and by There's a better home a-waiting in the sky, Lord, in the sky Submit Corrections NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND Lyrics A-Z Lyrics
Posted by Justin Wray on 7th September 2014
All is well Death is nothing at all, I have only slipped away into the next room. Whatever we were to each other, we still are. Please, call me by my old familiar name. Speak of me in the same easy way you always did. Laugh, as we always laughed, at the little jokes we shared together. Think of me and smile. Let my name be the household name it always was, Spoken without the shadow of a ghost in it. Life means all it ever meant. It is the same as it ever was. Death is inevitable, so why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am but waiting for you, - for an interval very near. Nothing is past or lost. One brief moment and all will be as it was before, Only better and happier. Together forever. All is well.
Posted by Justin Wray on 7th September 2014
We Pray For Those Who Mourn Lord, we pray for those who mourn, for parents and children, friends and neighbours. Be gentle with them in their grief. Show them the depths of your love, a glimpse of the kingdom of heaven. Spare them the torment of guilt and despair. Be with them as they weep beside the empty tomb of our risen Saviour, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
Dear Memaw, Words cannot describe the impact you have had in my life. You have been an inspiration to me since the day I first met you. That day you were joking and laughing, I remember looking at you and smiling to myself about your warmth and your laughter. I want to thank you for the way you raised John. You taught him what is meaningful in life and not to be of the world. You raised the young man that became the husband of my dreams, the man I thought I would never have. You loved him and guided him and taught him how to be an honorable man and a loving father and husband and for that I will forever be thankful. I remember the day your first held Landon when he was just a few days old, you held him and loved him and you taught me and John how to handle Landon's colic. I still have that picture of you holding Landon. We often look at it and talk about how you were always there for us in our time of need. You were so giving and kind and you have taught me what it means to be a real woman. A woman of peace with a kind heart and a loving spirit that follows the Lord Jesus Christ. I know you are in heaven where the streets are made of gold. Where there is no sun, but the light of God. I know you can breathe now and walk freely and that you will never shed another tear. I am thankful to God that my children have a guardian angel in heaven that watches them when I can't, when they are at school or riding the school bus. I pray for peace and strength from God for our family and I thank him for the time that we had with you. I will miss you and I will remember your love and I promise to cherish your son and your grandchildren with all of my heart and soul. I love you and I know one day we will meet again. Love Blaise Lord Of All We Praise You Lord of all, we praise you for all who have entered into their rest and reached the promised land where you are seen face to face. Give us grace to follow in their footsteps as they followed in the way of your Son. Thank you for the memory of those you have called to yourself: by each memory, turn our hearts from things seen to things unseen, and lead us till we come to the eternal rest you have prepared for your people, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
As I went down to the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the starry crown? Good Lord show me the way O sisters let's go down Let's go down, come on down O sisters let's go down Down in the river to pray As I went down in the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the robe and crown? Good Lord show me the way O brothers let's go down Let's go down, come on down Come on brothers let's go down Down in the river to pray As I went down in the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the star and crown? Good lord show me the way O fathers let's go down Let's go down, come on down O fathers let's go down Down in the river to pray As I went down in the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the robe and crown Good Lord show me the way O mothers let's go down Come on down, don't you wanna go down? Come on mothers let's go down Down in the river to pray As I went down in the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the star and crown? Good Lord show me the way O sinners let's go down Let's go down, come on down O sinners let's go down Down in the river to pray As I went down in the river to pray Studyin' about that good ol' way And who shall wear the robe and crown? Good Lord show me the way
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
I wish, I wish my baby was born And sitting on its papa's knee And me, poor girl And me, poor girl, were dead and gone And the green grass growing o'er my feet I ain't ahead, nor never will be Till the sweet apple grows On a sour apple tree But still I hope, But still I hope the time will come When you and I shall be as one I wish, I wish my love had died And sent his soul to wander free Then we might meet where ravens fly Let our poor bodies rest in peace The owl, the owl Is a lonely bird It chills my heart With dread and terror That someone's blood There on his wing That someone's blood There on his feathers
Posted by Justin Wray on 6th September 2014
Dear Lord, Please help me in this time of loss and overwhelming grief. I don't understand why my life is filled with this pain and heartache. But I turn my eyes to you as I seek to find the strength to trust in your faithfulness. I will wait on you and not despair; I will quietly wait for your salvation. My heart is crushed, but I know that you will not abandon me forever. Please show me your compassion, Lord. Help me through the pain so that I will hope in you again. I believe this promise in your Word to send me fresh mercy each day. Though I can't see past today, I trust your great love will never fail me. Amen.
Posted by Justin Wray on 6th September 2014
"Simple Man" Mama told me when I was young Come sit beside me, my only son And listen closely to what I say. And if you do this It will help you some sunny day. Take your time... Don't live too fast, Troubles will come and they will pass. Go find a woman and you'll find love, And don't forget son, There is someone up above. [Chorus:] And be a simple kind of man. Be something you love and understand. Baby, be a simple kind of man. Oh won't you do this for me son, If you can? Forget your lust for the rich man's gold All that you need is in your soul, And you can do this if you try. All that I want for you my son, Is to be satisfied. [Chorus] Boy, don't you worry. You'll find yourself. Follow your heart, And nothing else. You can do this, If you try. All that I want for you my son, Is to be satisfied. [Chorus] Baby, be a simple, be a simple man Oh, be something you love and understand Baby, be a simple kind of man
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
I ain't nothin' but a simple man They call me a redneck, I reckon that I am But there's things going on that make me mad down to the core I have to work like a dog to make ends meet And there's crooked politicians and crime in the street And I'm madder an' hell and I ain't gonna take it no more We tell our kids to just say no Then some panty waist judge lets a drug dealer go Slaps him on the wrist and then he turns him back out on the town Now if I had my way with people sellin' dope I'd take a big tall tree and a short piece of rope I'd hang 'em up high and let 'em swing 'til the sun goes down Well, you know what's wrong with the world today People done gone and put their bible's away And they're living by the law of the jungle not the law of the land The good book says it so I know it's the truth An eye for and eye and a tooth for a tooth You better watch where you're going and remember where you been That's the way I see it, I'm a simple man Now I'm the kinda man that'd not harm a mouse But if I catch somebody breakin' in my house I've got twelve gage shotgun waiting on the other side So don't go pushing me against my will I don't want to have to fight you but I dern sure will So if you don't want trouble then you'd better just pass me on by As far as I'm concerned there ain't no excuse For the raping and the killing and the child abuse And I've got a way to put an end to all of that mess Yeah just take them rascals out in the swamp You put 'em on their knees and tie 'em to a stump Let the rattlers and the bugs and the alligators do the rest Well you know what's wrong with the world today People done gone and put their bible's away They're living by the law of the jungle not the law of the land The good book says it so I know it's the truth An eye for and eye and a tooth for a tooth You better watch where you're going and remember where you been That's the way I see it, I'm a simple man Better watch where you're going and remember where you been That's the way I see it, I'm a simple man
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
Well, hope is an anchor, and love is a ship time is the ocean and life is a trip You don't know where you're goin' 'til you know where you're at and if you can't read the stars, well you better have a map a compass and a conscience, soul so you don't get lost at sea Or on some old lonely island where no one wants to be From the begining of creation I think our maker had a plan, for us to leave these shores and sail beyond the sand and let the good light guide us through the waves and the wind, to the beaches in the world where we have never been and we'll climb up on the mountain, y'all, and we'll let our voices ring those who've never tried it, they'll be the first to sing oh my my First Chorus: so I'll see you on the other side, if I make it it might be a long hard ride but I'm gonna take it sometimes it seems that i dont have a prayer let the weather take me anywhere but i know that i wanna go where the streets are gold cause you'll be there oh my my Well you don't take nothing with you here and you can't take nothing back I ain't ever seen a hearse with a luggage rack so i've torn my knees up praying, scarred my back from falling down I've spent so much time flying high til i'm face first in the ground so if you're up there watching me, would you talk to God and say Tell him I might need a hand to see you both someday oh my my Second Chorus: So i'll see you on the other side, if i make it and it might be a long, hard ride, but i wanna take it sometimes it seems that i don't have a prayer let the weather take me anywhere but i know that i wanna go where the streets are gold 'cause you'll be there oh my my cause you'll be there oh my my
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
Why did she have to go So young I just don't know why Things happen half the time Without reason without rhyme Lovely, sweet young woman Daughter, wife and mother Makes no sense to me I just have to believe She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting And I know she's smiling saying Don't worry 'bout me Loved ones she left behind Just trying to survive And understand the why Feeling so lost inside Anger shot straight at God Then asking for His love Empty with disbelief Just hoping that maybe She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting And I know she's smiling saying Don't worry 'bout me It's hard to say goodbye Her picture in my mind They'll always be of times I'll cherish And I won't cry 'cause She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees And she walks with jesus and her loved ones waiting And I know she's smiling saying Don't worry 'bout me Don't worry 'bout me
Posted by John Wray on 6th September 2014
I was walking home from school on a cold winter's day Took a shortcut through the woods and I lost my way It was getting late and I was scared and alone Then a kind old man took my hand and led me home Mama couldn't see him, but he was standing there But I knew in my heart, he was the answer to my prayers Oh I believe there are angels among us Sent down to us from somewhere up above They come to you and me in our darkest hours To show us how to live To teach us how to give To guide us with a light of love When life dealt troubled times and had me down on my knees There's always been someone there to come along and comfort me A kind word from a stranger to lend a helping hand A phone call from a friend just to say I understand Ain't it kind of funny at the dark end of the road Someone lights the way with just a single ray of hope Oh I believe there are angels among us Sent down to us from somewhere up above They come to you and me in our darkest hours To show us how to live To teach us how to give To guide us with a light of love They wear so many faces Show up in the strangest places Grace us with thier mercy In our time of need Oh I believe there are angels among us Sent down to us from somewhere up above They come to you and me in our darkest hours To show us how to live To teach us how to give To guide us with a light of love
Posted by Justin Wray on 6th September 2014
Go Rest High On That Mountain" I know your life On earth was troubled And only you could know the pain You weren't afraid to face the devil You were no stranger to the rain [Chorus:] Go rest high on that mountain Son, you work on earth is done Go to heaven a shoutin' Love for the Father and Son Oh, how we cried the day you left us We gathered round your grave to grieve I wish I could see the angels faces When they hear your sweet voice sing [Chorus]
Posted by Justin Wray on 5th September 2014
Some bright morning when this life is over I'll fly away To that home on God's celestial shore I'll fly away I'll fly away oh glory I'll fly away (in the morning) When I die hallelujah by and by I'll fly away When the shadows of this life have gone I'll fly away Like a bird from these prison walls I'll fly I'll fly away Oh how glad and happy when we meet I'll fly away No more cold iron shackles on my feet I'll fly away Just a few more weary days and then I'll fly away To a land where joys will never end I'll fly away
Posted by Justin Wray on 5th September 2014
I will always remember the days of going to lowes hardware, webster brothers in walkertown ,farmers feed and seed,the country store, planting flowers,vegetables an fruit trees, our talks about the old days an ways, cooking together an your chicken an squash casserole . i wished we could have lived those days again i wouldnt have traded them for nothing. you were a mother an father to me.Its like ive lost two people. you were a hardworking simple loving woman who deserved alot more out of life. i know you are in a better place now but i just wished you could of had your wish of seeing grannys land cleaned up an the creek flowing free again an a house down there with a big garden you deserved it a place where your kids an grand kids could of came an you could put your pictures on the wall. we had so many dreams for grannys an so much stuff we wanted to do down there i wished we could have done it. you were the worlds greatest mom an friend any young man could have asked for. your memories an dreams will live. on i love you ma
Posted by Heather Wray on 2nd September 2014
I love you memaw you will always be in my heart

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