Cali Cutler – Child of Light

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lyrics:

Did you ever wonder who you are?
Do you ever wonder as you stare into the stars,
Where you began?
And how you got this far from home?

Have you ever walked along the shore?
Have you ever seen the water dancing back and forth?
Did you look inside to see if there was more to life?

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There’s a dream taking wings
There’s a voice that wants to sing
Even in the deepest darkest night
The Torch is raised to the sky
There are hands that hold it high

You were born to keep it burning bright
You were made to fly you were meant to shine
Child of Light

You will never ever stand alone
You were never called
To bare your burdens on your own
Where there’s fear
Love will take control
And lead you on

There’s a dream taking wings
There’s a voice that wants to sing
Even in the deepest darkest night
The Torch is raised to the sky
There are hands that hold it high
You were born to keep it burning bright
You were made to fly you were meant to shine
Child of Light

There’s a dream taking wings
There’s a voice that wants to sing
Even in the deepest darkest night
The Torch is raised to the sky
There are hands that hold it high
You were born to keep it burning bright
You were made to fly you were meant to shine
Child of Light

About Child Of Light by Mindy Gledhill Sung By Cali Cutler:

Reva Taylor emailed Mindy Gledhill on July 10th, 2008. Her letter read:

Dear Mindy,
My name is Reva Taylor. I live in Springville, UT with my wonderful husband. I am a fifty-five year old mother of five children and grandmother of nine grandchildren. I love your music and listen to it all the time.

I am terminally ill as a result of ovarian cancer. I am trying to make some preparations for my own funeral. I would like my daughter to sing one of your songs at my funeral. The song is “Child of Light.” Reva went on to say that she could not find the sheet music anywhere and wondered if I could help her get a hold of it “someway, somehow.”

Mindy Gledhill told her that she would be happy to get help her out and that she was honored at such a request. Three weeks later, Reva turned up at one of her concerts. She introduced herself and reminded Mindy of her email. Mindy Gledhill reached for her and they embraced as they both wept. Mindy was about to go on stage and Reva only had the strength to stay for a few songs.

In October, Mindy received a new email from Reva (which she later confessed, took her over an hour to write). She had a new request. She had been listening to “The Sum of All Grace” from her bedside and was particularly drawn to track one, “I Will Rest in You.” She asked if I would sing it at her funeral as well as accompany her daughter, Cali Cutler, on “Child of Light.” Mindy Gledhill doesn’t normally just sing for people she barely knows, but this was a very different case indeed. She was honored by her request. Arrangements were made for a rehearsal. Reva was not in a state to leave her bed, but she did not want to miss the rehearsal knowing that she would not be there in person to hear the real performance. This was the last time Mindy Gledhill would have to see her alive. She was frail, and needed to be wrapped in blankets to keep warm. But her spirit burned brightly and she directed our rehearsal with the zeal of Gerald Ottley (of course, weeping intermittently). Never was there such an overwhelming feeling of peace and love in Mindy’s living room.

After the funeral, Cali Cutler sent Mindy Gledhill a message stating:

Dear Mindy,
I recieved your text message, of course, after the funeral. I am so sorry. That had to be so so stressful.

I don’t really know where to begin. This has been long in coming, but thank you just doesn’t seem to make sense.

So I will give you the truth of that thank you. Your music in some way healed my Mom. It gave her strength to deal with death. How do you thank someone giving that. My cup runneth over. I have listened to your songs so many times. I try to imagine what my Mom felt, and although I can never truly understand what it must have been like for her, I can listen to the words of your songs and understand why her soul longed to hear them. My Dad said she listened to it every hour, over and over again.

None of us will be able to give you in return what you gave to my Mom. It is grace. It is a gift you have.

If you ever need someone to accompany you, for anything. Count me in. Really. I would love to do that. It will be a way of keeping my Mom alive in me. So let me know.

I won’t ever forget you.

Cali Cutler

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