Mark Lambert

Mark Lambert

BandCountrySinger/Songwriter

I am a songwriter, concentrating on Country, Pop, Blues and Latin.

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Cover band: 
No

Lyrics

I'll Take It From Here

Written By: Mark Lambert, David Villarreal

I still hear Dad calling, Wanta help me fix this truck?
I came a haulin, cause without me he'd be stuck.
Remember reaching up, to carry my fair share.
Cause us buddies, had to treat each other square.

Soon that old toolbox got the better of me.
My arms started to give out, and he pretended not to see.
With the slightest smile, he took on a little more.
He shared a few words, as we headed to our chore.

If it alright with you, I'll take it from here.
I'm gonna need your help again, so, be sure to stay near.
Son, I appreciate All you've done.
There's a special bond, between father and son.

That's the way that it was, in the years that we shared.
As time passed us by, Man, we made quite a pair.
He showed me there's nothing that I couldn't do.
He also showed me, one's never as strong as two.

And at the end, after he'd lived a good life.
I reached out to him, trying to help him in his strife.
Tried to find the words, so he could finally reast.
I whispered in his ear, with my hand upon his chest.

If it's alright with you, I'll take it from here.
I'm gonna need your help again, so, be sure to stay near.
Dad, I appreciate, All you've done.
There's a special bond between a father and son.

And as he passed on, I fell onto my knees.
Asked the Lord to give me strength, to carry on his memory.

If it's alright with you, can you take it from here?
I'm gonna need your help again, so, be sure to stay near.
Lord, I appreciate, All you've done.
There's a special bond, between a father and son.

There's a special bond, between a father and son.