Gucci ! Go ahead; make my quarantined day; Kids and grownups will enjoy this wholesome depiction of how to handle living with the COVID19
I see Walking Dead Zombies with terrifying eyes; I'm not scarred I know it's just my dad in disguise. It's Halloween again; in the night we're having scary fun; Joe-L Keel's spooky bass line modified to be like lead guitar
Dad looks down on child in bed surrounded by Xmas toys, one of which is a toy drum badly beaten; the boys drumming that Christmas day lasts for generations through love of family and Christmas. Rhum da da da. da da da pa pum Badly beaten the drum, yet such fun for the boy
Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909) classical guitar piece, Lagrima, performed with Rob's lyrics and guitar playing as a lullaby; Kayte Harley Miller at one and four years old (now 14) plays the two parts of the baby/child. Rob and Corrie Westerman Maxwell sing; Lyrics: Eyes that beguile, sparkle and smile; touching my heart forever finding love little one. Sweet laughing sounds; it's something you've found; enter my heart forever binding love little one. A tiny tear falls from your eye, slowly to your cheek; I brush the tears away; love requires no need to speak. Sleep baby sleep; no tears, don't you weep; close to my heart your warmth reminding how I love my little one.