January 20th, 2011
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The multi-talented singer songwriter Jewel At The Golden Globes

While watching the Golden Globes this past Sunday night, I was reminded of a beautiful song that the singer/songwriter Jewel performed in 2010 during the “In Memorium” section of the program.¬† Jewel said she wrote the song, titled “A Hole In My Heart,” about a friend who had recently passed away.

Thanks to Google, I found the lyrics to her touching song and thought I would share them with you:

“A Hole In My Heart”
By Jewel
September settled softly
Leaves are starting to fall
I recall, last time you were here
Your laughter a melody that lingers still
There’s a hole in my heart
And I carry it wherever I go
Like a treasure that travels with me down every road
There’s this longing lonesome and deep
Kind of bitter, kind of sweet
There’s a hole in my heart in the shape of you.
Time stealing swiftly
Children having children of their own
And around life’s merry-go round goes
And there you are wanting what you cannot hold
There’s a hole in my heart
And I carry it wherever I go
Like a treasure that travels with me down the road
There’s this longing lonesome and deep
Kind of bitter, kind of sweet
There’s a hole in my heart in the shape of you
Even though my heart aches
There’s a smile on my face
Just like a window to heaven
There’s a light shining through
This hole in my heart so I carry it wherever I go
Like a treasure that travels with me down every road
There’s this longing lonesome and deep
Kind of bitter, Kind of sweet
There’s a hole in my heart
There’s a hole in my heart
There’s a hole in my heart in the shape of you.
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