There was once a boy with a heart of gold,
A lovely lad. Happy. The world, his toy
And yet no stranger to his mother's scold.
Kindness, his friend, he lived in great joy
And grew into a youth with a heart of silver.
Noble and pure, conviction strength unmatched,
He used to ponder life just by the river
And still love his home like a child attached.
Until he became a man with a heart of stone
He found life was futile, just vanity and wind.
With depression and worry riddled to the bone
As he dwelt on the many times he'd sinned.
That is, until, God gave him a fresh start,
Someone to live for, completely out of the blue.
A Lady gave him a new chocolate heart,
And it melts away every time I see you.