If I Should Go Tomorrow

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If I Should Go Tomorrow

If I should go tomorrow
It would never be goodbye,
For I have left my heart with you,
So don’t you ever cry.
The love that’s deep within me,
Shall reach you from the stars,
You’ll feel it from the heavens,
And it will heal the scars.


When God saw you getting tired When God saw you getting tired
Let Me Go Let Me Go
I felt an angel I felt an angel
He Is Gone He Is Gone
Don't Cry When I am Gone Don't Cry When I am Gone
A bridge called love A bridge called love
Feel no guilt in laughter Feel no guilt in laughter
A silent tear A silent tear
Four Feet in Heaven Four Feet in Heaven
Lend me a pup Lend me a pup

6 responses to “If I Should Go Tomorrow”


    I lost my Zen, a German Shepard, too suddenly, I rescued her from a puppy mill, I didn’t know she was sick, it was so fast. She was used for breeding and they wanted to get rid of her, she was getting too old. I loved her like no other. I still miss her. she was the best dog. Zen, I’m still waiting for you. I really hope your waiting for me.

  2. nancy says:

    I have lost my mother who loved all of animals. Is there any way I could buy or print some you poems.

    • Jon says:

      Good morning Nancy, please accept my condolences on the loss of your mother. I am touched that our poems have resonated with you. Please feel free to print them from the website – they are all copyright free poems and I’m happy for you to use them to commemorate your mother. Jon on behalf of CPC.

  3. Dawne Gibbs says:

    I lost my little Betty I rescued her when she was twelve months old she never left my side for fourteen years .I miss her so much so does my other little dog I so love these poems they make you cry but are comforting as well I wish I could print them off thankyou

    • Jon says:

      Good morning Dawne, you can print these. If you use your mouse and right click on the image you can save the image to your computer and then print it. I am sorry for your loss and am pleased that you have found some comfort in the poems. Jon on behalf of CPC

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