"Hope Saves the Day for Autism" by Paul Cimins


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Today may be the last day of Autism Awareness Month 2017 but awareness goes beyond one month a year!  In honor Autism Awareness Month 2017, Cheatham County Kids, all children and adults diagnosed with Autism or spectrum of Autism, parents, caregivers, and medical providers, the song “Hope Saves the Day for Autism” by Paul Cimins is dedicated to each of you on behalf of Cheatham News.

May each of you be blessed by this heartfelt song and know you have support from the communities within Cheatham County to drive for more awareness to Autism.

Listen and view the words to the song on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCyBO3w4aTc.  

The words to the song also provided here-


Every time I see your smile,
I wonder what you feel.
Every time you laugh or cry,
I wonder if it’s real.
You seem trapped inside
Please help me understand
What is your world like,
I want to feel your love,
I want to know what its like to Laugh and Play,
Imagine a thought that you cannot feel,
A tear trapped inside,
Imagine a sound that you cannot make
No matter how hard you tried.
I want you to know how I’m Feeling
I want you to know How it feels to be me
I wish you could look into my World and see how I see

Hold my hand and remind me,
To Hold on to Hope each Day
Let this Song Be My Voice
And Remember Hope Saves The Day

I want to show you what I see,
What kind of Life will I have,
What’s in store for me?
Don’t be afraid,
Just Love and Hold Me
I can be all that I can be.

With your Love I can do anything.
With your Love I can see the World
Like Rays of Light Shine upon me, inside of me
There You are Right By My Side
I will Love you to the End of Time.

Hold my hand and remind me,
To Hold on to Hope each Day
Let this Song Be My Voice
And Remember Hope Saves The Day

On April 12, 2013 Paul Cimins published a song YouTube, as part of a fundraiser, for all parents of a child with autism titled “Hope Saves the Day for Autism”.  Cimins song can be purchased on iTunes and is available on Amazon MP3, Deezer, iHeartRadio, Amazon on Demand, Google Play, Sppotify, Rdio and http://AutismRadio.org. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCyBO3w4aTc.

Cheatham County Kids hosted the Third Annual Autism Awareness Event at Sycamore High School on April 22, 2017.  Once more it was a huge success! If you or someone you know could benefit connecting with Cheatham County Kids contact the group on Facebook or at their website http://www.cheathamcountykids.com.

Cheatham News (c) 2017



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