Adam why me2011

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Why Me / Rupert Speed / In memory of Adam Boxleitner

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Adam why me2011

  1. 1. Why MeRupert SPEED
  2. 2. Why me, LordWhat have I ever donethat was worth evenone of the pleasuresthat I’ve knownC’mon tell me Lord,do you think there’sa way I could try torepay all the kindnessYou’ve shown
  3. 3. Lord help me, Jesus, I’ve wasted itLord help me, Jesus, I know what I amNow that I know that I needed yaLord help me, JesusMy soul’s in Your hands
  4. 4. Tell me, Lord, what did I ever do that was worth lovin’You and the kindness You’ve shownC’mon tell me Lord, can I tell someone else what I’vebeen through myself on my way back to You
  5. 5. Lord help me, JesusI’ve wasted itLord help me, JesusI know what I amNow that I knowthat I needed yaLord help me, JesusMy soul’s in Your hands
  6. 6. Lord help me,JesusI’ve wasted itLord help me,JesusI know what I amNow that I knowThat I needed yaLord help me,JesusMy soul’s in Your hands
  7. 7. Jesus, my soul’s in Your handsWHY ME / RUPERT SPEED / RIDIN’ THE PINES
  8. 8. In memory of Adam W. Boxleitner, who passed away on November 11, 2011, from complications of a traumatic brain injury sustained in a motorcycle accident in June 2004. The significance of this song is that Adam was the lead singer of the band, Rupert SPEED at the time this song was recorded. And it was recorded specifically for his mom, Barbara Boxleitner. Adam leaves behind a family who loved and cared for him deeply: parents, Art and Barbara Boxleitner, brother, Jon, married to HeatherBoxleitner, brother Andy, married to Becky Boxleitner, brother, Erik Boxleitner, sister, Joy, married to Jim Craun, nieces Bailey, Mercy and Jordan, and nephews, Alex and Isaak. He also leaves behind his friends: those who touched his life and whose lives he touched.Adam was a Harley enthusiast, but due to his brain injury, he could not ride on his own. His brother, Andy made it possible for Adam to ride again by having a custom sidecar installed on his Harley. In the few monthspreceding Adam’s death, they had several opportunities to ride together. That was when Adam was happiest. Thank you, Adam, for loving all of us. Our lives are not the same without you, but they are all better because you were a part of it.

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