How family and loved ones feel

MY husband listened to this song when i had my stroke, it was how he felt at the time, not helped as we were in the tight grip of lockdowns and the pandemic
[Verse 1]
I don’t know where to find you
I don’t know how to reach you
I hear your voice in the wind
I feel you under my skin
Within my heart and my soul
I wait for you

[Verse 2]
All of these nights with ?
All of my ? around you
I see and I touch your face
I fall into your embrace
When the time is right I know
You’re ?

[Verse 3]
I close my eyes and I find a way
No need for me to pray
I’ve walked so far
I’ve walked so hard
Nothing more to explain
I know all that remains
Is a piano that plays

[Verse 4]
If you know where to find me
If you know how to reach me
Before this life fades away
Before I run out of faith
Be the only man to say
You won’t let mе go

[Verse 4: Reprise]
Before this life fadеs away
Before I run out of faith
Be the only man to say

You won’t let me go
Don’t let me go


I always suggest to those who have had a stroke that it is important to speak out what they truly feel.
I think this also applies equally to carers and family members.
This forum is a good place to talk freely about our concerns, hopes, even the negative side of things.
You and your feelings will be respected, you might even get relevant comments.
All this bearing in mind being sensitive, when talking directly to the one involved, is important too.


@chris67 i think music is a good way of sharing how we feel…seems to be easier than saying it sometimes.

Thank you for sharing.

Ann xx


Thank you for sharing :notes: :musical_note:


My wife’s reaction bears out @Bobbi’s comment for family