Without judgment of who his parents were, they would be able to love him as the child they couldn’t have had any other way. A female friend of hers and a male friend of mine had a child out of wedlock.
They didn’t know what to do, so they finally went to see a counselor; they said look — tell us what to do, we just don’t know, and the counselor made a suggestion.
The counselor said here’s what you need to do — stop acting like you had a procedure, and act like you had a death in the family.
If you’ve been a fan of Skillet within the last few years, you’ve probably heard their song Lucy from their album Awake.
The song is extremely emotional, and it seems that it immediately resonates with many, many people (I know that it sure did for me.) At previous concerts, and interviews, John Cooper (who is the lead singer and bassist of Skillet, and the author of this song) declined to detail what the song was about.
I couldn’t raise him because I was an emotional reck and it wouldn’t be fair to the boy I would grow to hate. Reply This song makes me cry every time I listen to it.
Because of the open adoption I got to see his first five years. I always thought it was an old girlfriend, not a baby.
So the couple went home and they made three decisions; number one, they decided to have a funeral service for the baby; number two, they bought a tiny little headstone; and they last decision to make was what to name the baby.
After a couple weeks they finally decided they would call her…
Lucy.” Many people had their theories about what the song was about.. “Lucy” is about the pain that can follow an abortion..
it’s kind of ironic to me, as “Lucy” is one of the songs that I often sing to Kai when he is really upset, and it really helps calm him down..
However, we like so many people do when they love each other and spend lots of time together, we started having sex. We had asked Gods forgiveness many times of these sins we felt to be unforgivable. The song the last night was made for a friend of John’s, and it is about a girl on the edge of suicide, and there is no way he would ever tell a concerts who’s abortion he is referring to. She never saw my home, in which I lived with my sister who was 23 at the time.