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Bob visited this site in August 2002, and he was inspired to write a song with accompanying music. It is a beautiful song, which will comfort anyone suffering from the pain of grief. The words are below.

Saying goodbye is not forever

Nothing can keep us apart

Love cannot die

You and I are still together

In my prayer

In my soul

In my heart


Love does not have an ending

I know there is more to be

With love in our hearts

Our souls are part of

a new beginning and are one

Thru eternity


You will guide my hand to a

promised land

I will follow you into the light


Saying goodbye is not forever

I think of you and you are here

Love cannot die

you and I are still together

In my heart

In my soul

In my prayer


© Copyright Robert Michalski

Bob's Entry in my guestbook


Hello, I am an unlikely person to be writing you because
I don't have any dog for a pet - just a tempermental calico cat
cat named Felicia. I play dixieland jazz cornet and
recently found myself with a haunting melody that I had
to put on paper. This melody became a song I wrote called
"Saying Goodbye is not Forever" and I searched the net
to see if there was already a song by that name.
Anyway, I found Your site which added to my inspiration
and belief that love does not die and loving souls
cannot part. Why should it be any different for Tammy?
I completed the song and lyrics and would like to send
you a copy if you are interested. I hope the melody and
lyrics might offer some degree of comfort in your loss.


Bob Michalski