After Sirius's death in the 5th book, I decided to contribute a little something to all the grieving fans out there.
Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter and I don't own All Dogs Go To Heaven, but don't call the feds on me, because I'm a good, honest person. Money's the only way that you'll shut up? OK, here's a 50. Now READ!

Harry's looking out his bedroom window, gazing at the stars, thinking of Sirius. He missed his late godfather very much. He, Harry, often thought about how it could have been different, how if Sirius had been proven innocent, if he hadn't fallen through the veil, everything would be easier for him now, especially since Voldemort had risen to power.

Some people say, "It's quite a way to Heaven."
Many miles beyond a distant star
Now I know that all dogs go to Heaven
But until we chase our dreams that far
We will find a little Heaven
Everywhere around us
Find a little Heaven
Everywhere we are

Suddenly, Harry spotted a particularly bright star, one that was much brighter that the others. For some reason, it was strangely familiar to Harry. Then, something registered in Harry's mind as he rushed to his trunk, throwing books out in every direction. He finally found what he was looking for, his astronomy book. Harry flipped through the pages madly, trying to find what he was looking for. In about a five minutes time, he found it:
Sirius, the Dog Star, is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major,
and is also the brightest star we can see in the northern hemisphere. The
ancient Egyptians believed that Sirius was the watchdog of the Nile.

"The watchdog..." Harry said softly. And, for the first time in ages, Harry smiled.

This may not be Paradise
But, boy, it sure is fun
And we're not perfect angels
Why pretend?
Through happy times and sad ones
Lucky breaks and bad ones
We always end up smiling in the end
We'll find a little Heaven
Everywhere around us
Find a little Heaven
You and I, my friend

As Harry put his astronomy book away, he felt, somehow, peaceful and calm, and had a sense of well being. He didn't feel as crabby as he had for a while, but more lighthearted.
As he slipped into his bed, Harry didn't feel quite as alone as he did a few months ago. He knew, even though three of the most important people in his life were gone, they were watching over him.
Before Harry fell asleep, he looked out the window, spotted the brightest star in Canis Major, and smiled, knowing he wasn't really alone.

This was my first songfic. I hope everyone enjoyed it, and I know it's a bit sappy, but I had this idea and I wanted to post another story so bear with me OK, and don't flame me, I'm a bit self-conscious about MANY things.