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Judy's Child Loss 4 Moms Support Group
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Looking Down From Heaven

I'm looking down from Heaven Mommy
I don't like to see you cry
I remember how you loved me
I did not want to say good-bye.

I don't ever get very lonely
At night Jesus rocks me to sleep
I play with the other little angels
From cloud to cloud we leap.

There's a new little angel here
His mommy is very sad
Her heart is surely broken
And like you, she hurts so bad.

Could you do something for me Mommy?
If it's not to much to ask?
You were always so gentle and kind to me
So I know you are up to the task.

You see, I'm trying to help this angel
He misses his Mommy so
And as we look down together from Heaven
There's something you should know.

We will soon be all together
But there is time to pass till then
Could you hold her a little while
And try to be her friend?

We don't like to see you crying
Up here in Angel Land
So instead of pointing fingers
Could you please just take her hand?

It will make us both feel better
As we look down from up above
If you all are holding up each other
And remembering us with love.

He Only Took My Hand

Last night while I was trying to sleep,
my daughter's voice I did hear
I opened my eyes and looked around,
but she did not apprear.

She said, "Mom, you've got to listen,
you've got to understand
God didn't take me from you, Mom
He only took my hand

When I called out in pain that day
the instant that I died,
He reached down and took my hand,
and pulled me to His side.

He pulled me up and saved me
from the misery and the pain.
My body was hurt so badly inside,
I could never be the same.

My search is really over now,
I've found happiness within,
all the answers to my empty dreams
and all that might have been.

I love you all and miss you so,
and I'll always be nearby.
My body's gone forever,
but my spirit will never die!

And so, you must all go on now,
live one day at a time.
Just understand that God did not take me from you.
He only took my hand.

You're Listening to "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack