As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

Dogs Divine 5: Wendy’s GoD & DoG

If your life has ever been touched by a dog, you must find it curious that G-O-D and D-O-G have the exact same three letters just arranged in a different order. 

Today I bring you a most fitting song to close our ‘Dogs Divine’ series – a song by Wendy Francisco called GoD & DoG. As Wendy explains- the similarity between the two doesn’t end in their spelling. Could it be that dogs are really with us to manifest divine love?
The Song
“GoD & DoG”

by Wendy Francisco
Lyrics Source

I look up and I see God, 
I look down and see my dog.
Simple spelling G O D, 
same word backwards, D O G.
They would stay with me all day. 
I’m the one who walks away.
But both of them just wait for me, 
and dance at my return with glee.
Both love me no matter what – 
divine God and canine mutt.
I take it hard each time I fail, 
but God forgives, dog wags his tail.
God thought up and made the dog, 
dog reflects a part of God.
I’ve seen love from both sides now, 
it’s everywhere, amen, bow wow.
I look up and I see God, 
I look down and see my dog.
And in my human frailty…
I can’t match their love for me.

Listen to this most heartwarming song. If your life has ever been touched by a dog, this song will mean a lot to you…. i promise!

GoD and DoG is now a book:

Preview this book on AMAZON

“The whole story of GoD and DoG is remarkable. Forty days after the animated video was posted on You Tube, my family and friends and I were astounded to see that it had over a million views. The video then began to circulate all over the internet with millions of views. Letters poured in by email and for months we tearfully read the most amazing stories of how the song had affected people. It became obvious that we should publish it in book form.” 

– Wendy Francisco,” GoD and DoG
 Published by Center Street/ Hachette Book Group, NY, 2010
Wendy Francisco and Caspian
Learn more about this wonderful artist & songwriter WENDY FRANCISCO

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