Terrell "Rello" Marquis' Bosley
January 5, 1988 - April 4, 2006


I Miss You, Terrell

by Pamela Bosley, Rex Horan, and Sara Lee


Some days it’s a struggle,
To put my feet on the floor,
When I listen to music,
I don’t hear the words any more.

Every minute, every day,
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your laughter, miss your voice,
I miss you, I miss you,
I wonder how you look today?
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your music, miss your smile, I miss you.

Drove the band, from the back seat,
We shared the songs in the car,
If you were here, would you be married?
Would I be a grandma?

Every minute, every day,
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your laughter, miss your voice,
I miss you, Terrell
I wonder how you look today?
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your music, miss your smile, I miss you.

Terrell, I miss you so much, and I wish that I was there to protect you on that horrible day. I would have taken the bullet for you. No mother should ever have to bury their child. Terrell, I miss you so, so much, and I think about you every single day. My heart is broken but I know that you are with God, singing and playing the bass guitar. So Terrell, I just want you to know that I love you.

Every minute, every day,
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your laughter, miss your voice,
I miss you, Terrell
I wonder how you look today?
I miss you, Terrell
Miss your music, miss your smile, I miss you, Terrell.