When I feel that I have come undone
There you are smiling
'Cause in your eyes I am just your hero
I don't know why

Even if your world comes crashing down
Just always know I'll be around
Until this feeling fades
I know I'd tear my heart out to keep from breaking yours

When I see you smile I want to be the man I see reflecting through your eyes
Beautiful little boy

When I feel that I have come undone
There you are smiling
God give me the strength of a thousand angels so I can lead his way
Until he don't need me anymore

And even if your world comes crashing down
Just always know I'll be around
Until this feeling fades
I know I'd tear my heart out to keep from breaking yours

When I see you smile I want to be the man I see reflecting through your eyes
Beautiful little boy

Even if your world comes crashing down
Just always know I'll be around
Until this feeling fades
I know I'd tear my heart out to keep from breaking yours

When I see you smile I want to be the man I see reflecting through your eyes
When I see you smile I want to be the man I see reflecting through your eyes
Beautiful little boy
Beautiful boy


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    General CommentThis is a beautiful song. Joey is the name of Ryan Buckner's son, and this song is a tribute to him. Ryan's song 'Why' is about the loss of a child in the delivery room, and this song really expresses Ryan's love for his family-- notably his son.

    Throughout this song Ryan continuously states how his son lifts his spirits and makes him a better person. "When I feel that I have come undone, there you are smiling."

    Ryan is a true family man, and this is just one of many songs by Buckner expressing the true meaning of love and family.
    xfact.neton April 30, 2007   Link

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