The Balloon Song by Mark Wills

Posted: June 2, 2012 in Balloons, Deborah Tindle, Music
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I set a friend of mine up on a date
And I told him I’d watch his boy for the day
And we had a ball playin’ games, eatin’ dogs
Riding rides at the county fair
I thought he was just being a kid
When we got back to my place
And he did what he did
On a balloon that he won
He wrote mama I had fun
I missed you and I wished you were there
I wasn’t sure what he had in mind
‘Till he jumped up and ran outside and

He let it go, he waved goodbye, or was it hello?
I don’t know but I died inside
I can still see his excitement
Him pointing and smilin’
When it was gone as it could get
He turned and asked me
You think it’s in Heaven yet?

Well I struggled for something to say
I was too choked up and
Lackin’ the kind of faith he had in his heart
Before I could start
He walked me back inside
He gave me his Crayola pen
Said, I bet there’s a message that you’d like to send
And no doubt he was right it’s been locked
Up inside since Grandpa said goodbye
I took that yellow balloon and I wrote
‘Til I ran out of room then

I let it go and we waved goodbye
That seven year old
Lord he opened my eyes
I can still see his excitement
Him pointing and smilin’
When it was gone as it could get
I turned and asked him
You think it’s in Heaven yet?

“The Balloon Song” by Mark Wills

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