Remember when you sang looney tunes like you were a broadway star?
Remember when the rain was an invitation to play?
When you loved to sit in the mud and bake cakes for imaginary babes?
Remember when you didn’t fear to shed a tear,
When you didn’t fear to say you fear?
What of the times you clung to mothers’ skirt,
Or curled into a ball in Father’s arms?
Remember when that wasn’t sign of weakness,
But you, boldly screaming that you were weak and wanted to feel wanted?
There was a time when we all were little boys and girls,
Wild and wonderful
Then we grew up,
And forgot the very heart that held us on the way up,
We stopped playing, we stopped dreaming
We forgot what Abba whispered in the middle of play,
Do grow up but never outgrow your need for me.
Those cuddles in the night,
Those clings in the fright,
Those adventures in the rain,
I still want to share them with you, even when you’re all grown up,
A child-like heart inherits the Kingdom,
Stay curious my child,
And if you ever loose your innocent fuzzy heart,
just come and ask for help .
I promise to help you get it back”