Maria DainesCelebrate Your Love
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Thursday, January 19, 2012 2:43:00 PM
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Songs for Dogs


A song for Chris and Kevin for their wonderful dogs past and present. 'Celebrate Your Love' was written as part of a fund raising project for rescue dogs in the care of DDA Watch.

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'Celebrate Your Love'

We'll we've brought you home, each n' every lonely soul
N' some were hurt right to the bone
And we told you, now you're safe
You'll never, ever be alone

Oh you needed us, n' I guess you could say as well
We needed love
And that's why we went searchin' for
A friend like you, a friend like us

And every one of you has given such a precious gift
Your life was never easy but you longed to live
And 18 years or 12
It all went by too quick

And there's been ones that broke our hearts
And ones that made us laugh
And there's a peacemaker, a barker
And Ozzie who would run away for parties in the park

And there's been times when we have cried
As your hearts grew old and tired
But every one of you remembered
Has a place so deep inside

So we think of you tonight
And raise our glass into the light
For when you left, you left a space
For a lost soul in your place
Each one of you must know
That you've helped your friends to grow
Those around us here today
And those who had to say goodbye...

We want to celebrate your love
For only love can truly save
For every happy day we shared
There is a smile, a wagging tail
You've given more than you could know
And brought a joy that outlives time
Though you were broken when you came
You healed and loved and loved again

© Maria Daines/Paul Killington
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(mcps) ASCAP

Song Comments

serendipity redux III
There's absolutely nothing remarkable about the production of this song. Hurrah. A voice of this quality (ditto, melody and lyrics) does not need to be drowned in a sea of gloop. If Simon Cowell got his hands on this, the London Philharmonic Orchestra would be in there before you could say 'diabetes mellitus'

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