Don’t Cry For Me

21 07 2011

Today, my daddy would have been 64 years old. His life was cut too short for me. But I know that he believed that his life was the perfect amount of time. He believed that in his life he had reached all could reach and told all he could tell and done all he could do. I am reminded of the song that Nancy Kilgore from Life Church sang at his funeral in 2003:

Don’t Cry

Here we are again
That old familiar place
where the winds will blow
No one ever knows the time nor place

(chorus)
Don’t Cry For me
Don’t shed a tear
The time I shared with you will always be
And when I’m gone, please carry on
Don’t Cry for me

No one is the blame,
my death was meant to be
Don’t carry guilt nor shame
The reason why I came soon you’ll see

(chorus)

Don’t cry when life is not the joy it should be
With life comes pain
Soon time will end this course appointed
and you will be rewarded
and all the world will see

Don’t Cry For Me
Don’t shed a tear
The time I shared with you will always be
And when I’m gone
Life still carries on
Don’t cry for me
We’ll always be
don’t cry for me

I miss you daddy. I’ll see you on the other side.

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