We played this at my grandmas funeral about 2 months ago. It's a pretty sad song.
I started crying when it all fit together with the pictures that were playing too.
Lyrics Traffic cars, cell phone calls, top video screams at me Through my tender window I see a little girl, rust red minivan She's got chocolate on her face, got little hands And she waves at me, yeah, she smiles at me
Well, hello world, how've you been? Good to see you, my old friend Sometimes I feel cold as steel Broken like I'm never gonna heal I see a light, little hole in the little girl Well, hello world
Every day I drive by a little white church It's got these little white crosses like angels in the yard Maybe I should stop on in and say a prayer Maybe talk to God like he is there Oh, I know He's there, yeah, I know He's there
Well, hello world, how've you been? Good to see you, my old friend Sometimes I feel as cold as steel And broken like I'm never gonna heal I see a light, little grace, little faith unfurl Well, hello world
Sometimes I forget what living's for And I hear my life through my front door And I'll be there, oh, I'm home again
I see my wife, little boy, little girl Hello world, hello world
Oh, the empty disappears I remember why I'm here To surrender and believe I fall down on my knees Oh hello world, hello world, hello world