If I should die before I wake Simple words from a childhood prayer I always felt a sense of comfort In warning the devil to beware Often, stress and grief and worry Follow me as I seek to sleep But, just a little talk with Jesus Brings rest and sweet relief Some night when I fall asleep My soul will drift quietly away And I'll wake up to sleep no more In that land of endless day So, if I should die before I wake Don't waste your tears on me Just picture me in my Heavenly home Living pain free and peacefully Kathleen McCoy Eldridge© August 25, 2010 All Rights Reserved share

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