Bob and Evy

Bob and Evy

 Franklin, Tennessee, USA
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We are a husband and wife team of performing songwriters from Nashville, TN. Our original music is a mixed indie like—adult contemporary genre: chill, breezy, melodic, passionate and thought provoking. We want our messages to inspire a higher point of view in matters of life, love and faith.

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So Many Hearts Are Broken

Written By: Bob and Evy Smith

So many hearts are broken, never coming to rest
So many thoughts unspoken, under a fated quest
They have gone their way, without a say
Divided lines, in blended times
There was a time there couldn't be, a rift too big for you to see
So remmeber when, you were the best of friends
So many vows are broken, the meaning has been denied
So many lives are token, taken in by the tide
They were swept away, by a sunless day
Now the curtains close, on the scene they chose
No one even reasons why, a legacy was born to die
Save the legacy, and your family
There is no greater conquest, then dying to yourself
There is a love unfailing, greater than this world's wealth
Nothing can compare, to the life you share
Go and rise above, things that crush your love
Lay down your wounded pride, and open up the window wide
In a broken dream, love can be the theme

© Copyright 2008 Words and music by Evelyn B. Smith & Robert E. Smith – all rights reserved
So Many Hearts Are Broken

Reflections

Written By: Bob Smith

Looking back in time - through the memories we find
Reflecting on the pleasure of our years.
We've raised a family - and shaped their destiny
It's been good to share the laughter and the tears
Chorus
The sun is sinking low - in the Colorado snow
Blowin' through the aspens - one more time
We will travel where - the cool blue mountain air
knows of a road we've yet to find
And the echoes of the canyon - call your na—aaa—aa—ame
ooo - oo oo ooo - oo oo ooo
oo - oo - oo - ooo
Wherever we have gone - you have been my song
Though at times I could not understand just why
Through the turns that never end - you've been a faithful friend
And I'm thankful we can hold our heads up high
Chorus
The hills of Tennessee - surrounding you and me
Smile at our passing - one more time
We will travel where - the easy southern air
Knows of a road we've yet to find
And the grasses blowin' gently - call your na—aaa—aa—ame
ooo - oo oo ooo - oo oo ooo
oo - oo - oo - ooo
Chorus
The golden oaks stand tall - in the Pennsylvania fall
While the birches flame their feelings - one more time
We will travel where - the blue-gray autumn air
Knows of a road we've yet to find
The reflections on the water - call your na—aaa—aa—ame
ooo - oo oo oo ooo - oo oo ooo
oo - oo - oo - ooo --- oo - oo - oo - ooo --- oo - o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo

Reflections • words and music by Robert E. Smith – © copyright 2005 all rights reserved

Golden Window

Written By: Bob Smith

Looking through a golden window — the sun casting shadows on the land
I'm compelled to see the glory — of what God has done, by his almighty hand
And I've seen the shadows lengthen — the sun and moon, hidden by the cloud
I must look beyond this world now — for the strength, to cry to you out loud
Chorus
We have all, gone our own way — as if our lives, are in our hands
We will reach, that final day — when in glory we'll stand — there we'll stand
There aren't many seeking God now — it's rare to find a man upon his knees
He has a way to bring us down — until we see, beyond this life of ease
The wheels of time they are a turnin' — and they're burnin' many dreams
so let my only lifes ambition — be the wonder of, the end beyond our means
Chorus
We have all, gone our own way — as if our lives, are in our hands
We will reach, that final day — when in glory we'll stand — there we'll stand
From where I stand upon this mountain — I see the valley far below
What was big then seems so small now —
in the hands, of the God I've come to know — (2x)

Golden Window • words and music by Robert E. Smith – © copyright 2005 all rights reserved