When the angels spilled their music out of heaven
And the moon ran silver rivers through the sky
Then the dawning early light learned of brightness from your sight
And your spirit taught the eagles how to fly.
And you came into my life so unexpected
In my time of boring sameness and neglect
And you took what I could give, and you changed the way I live
And I still can find no reason for regret.
So the angels spill their music out of heaven
And the moon runs silver rivers through the sky
And the dawning early light learns of brightness from your sight
And your spirit lifts this eagle to the sky.
And your eyes make rainbows sparkle in each raindrop
And your laughter’s gentle breeze across the land
Dance the daffodils of spring for the promise that you bring
With the gentle touch of love in your small hand.
May the angels spill their music out of heaven
May the moon cascade its torrents 'cross the sky
May the dawning early light owe its brightness to your sight
May you always teach your eagle how to fly.