Sugar Clouds and Cotton Candy

My memorial to Sara, to remember her life

(may trigger – be safe)

Sugar Clouds and Cotton Candy

A Song for Sara

CHORUS 1

Sara doesn’t live here anymore.
She’s up makin’ snow angels.
Sugar clouds and cotton candy,
are raining down in Heaven.

‘Cuz Sara doesn’t live here anymore.
She’s line dancing with Angels.
Sugar clouds and cotton candy,
are raining down in Heaven.

V1
We met her alters, loved her more every day.
She’d say,”fasten your seat belt,
gonna be a bumpy ride.”
Oh what an honor to stand beside her.

CHORUS 2
Sara doesn’t live here anymore.
She’s up makin’ snow angels.
Sugar clouds and cotton candy
are raining in Heaven.

V2
She captured our hearts
on her journey,
A fighter, a writer,
A survivor and friend.

© 2012 Diana Rasmussen

6 thoughts on “Sugar Clouds and Cotton Candy”

  1. One didn’t know we could share music on here, and I’ve been around for what, almost a year? 😀 Two, this was so lovely. Your words reminded me of her so much, and when you mentioned line-dancing, I remembered that it was one of the things she had mentioned trying out. We were even supposed to see a video one day 😦 Three, your voice sounds perfectly alright to me, no rain clouds are headed my way 😉 Thank you for sharing this with us. This was such a marvellous tribute to her, with just the right upbeat feel to it to keep us in the right frame of mind. Well done ❤

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  2. What a touching memorial to Sara. Thanks for sharing, I didn’t even know we could share music on a blog. Started blogging less than a month ago. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Keep on sharing your gifts with the world. You are a survivor. Now it’s time to learn how to THRIVE! 🙂

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