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This song was written by me for Alan Savill our good friend who lost his 23 son the Saturday before Christmas leaving a daughter and girlfriend Jodie. Me and my band Slander have begun recording it (still got some finishing touches to put in). There has been a charity set up by Alan himself, go check it out. www.ianschain.co.uk It's a charity to provide much needed holidays and breaks away for people with mental illness, a charity I can relate to as i've gone through it myself and so many others too. People often regard Mental Illness as attention seeking but it normally is not and people need to understand that it is an illness. Anyway i hope you appreciate it and go find the website. Thanks Si IAN'S SONG You leave only pictures now, A frozen piece of time, And memories you have given me, When you were here, and mine. I remember smiling eyes, Each morning when I woke, I spoke to you, and placed a kiss, Now you’re going through some changes Some changes Oh I wish to have you back, I really can not say, The ache is deep inside of my heart, It never goes away In the days of tomorrow. People often talk about That time will heal the pain, They will not ever understand I hope it will remain. I need to have you with me, To see me through each day, I loved you so very much, Why did you go away? Away The angels came and they took you I don’t think that it’s fair Robbed me of my beautiful son Left me this cross to bare In the days of tomorrow I wish you could have spoke to me And let me stroke your face And let me reassure you that You have this world to grace in the days of tomorrow We should have had so many years, In the days of tomorrow Let future tales unfold, In the days of tomorrow And in the mist of this, In the days of tomorrow Watch me, your Dad grow old! (spoken) I hope you’re watching from above, At the sadness I can’t bear to do And let there be no doubt at all, I really do love you.