My brain doesn’t work the way I want it to I forget most everything But I’m thankful to have enough of my brain To remember at least a little something
My muscles don’t move the way I tell them to I trip and stumble and sometimes I fall - But I’m thankful that sometimes they do obey And keep me standing a little tall.
My hands tremble, my legs shake Sometimes I want to scream But I’m thankful to have hands and legs That sometimes work as a team.
My words often sound like garble Twisted this way and twisted that But I’m thankful that I can still speak Even if hat is hot and pot is pat.
This Parkinson’s can really frustrate me, It’s a truth that I must tell - But I’m thankful to be alive today To serve my Jesus and prayerfully, serve Him well.