Kept me warm, kept me warm Let your tears out with this sad playlist. 4) ‘Please Don’t Bury Me’ — John Prine. I have picked out my funeral music just not sure on the order I keep changing my mind. You and me against the world, And most definitely “Everything I Own” – Bread, Dust in the Wind by Kansas 5 'Homesick' - Dua Lipa Home is not a place but a person in the Dua Lipa song … I hate looking back / I hate looking back, 'cause oh my God. Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven to repaint and repaint and repaint every day. How could a view of my skies light your temple? Just had service for my best cousin! If you just smile, That’s the time you must keep on trying Your blood to oil Say goodbye to the typical bag pipes you’d hear at a funeral, because these top 25 funeral songs to play at a service will help your families bid their farewells in the most unique and perfect way. you should’ve added September’s Cry for you. Wish I could be with her to take care of her. 21. What would be a good song to finish this with, spirit in the sky seems too idioct, I need an up beat song to finish. I hope you dance crying as they ease you down, What about us? i personally havent got a funeral song but i might say whitney houston i will always love you is a good song to try and sing at a funeral, as it reminds everyone hoe much they are loved. I will love and have no fear Great choices Michelle. ... "I want you to ruin my life… 23. So hard to earn so easily burned, In the fullness of time, Close my eyes 4ever both by Ozzzy ozbourne. Some of the “amazing” songs on this list won’t be remembered, or played, 50 years from now. Thank you Led Zeppelin. Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper. I believe you should play music that your lived one would have wanted or that reflects them and their life. James Taylor can sing this song at my funeral any day. All for the best or some bizarre test? There’ll be only happy tears Wasn’t it nice to be around someone that you knew “Take it to the limit” – The Eagles Smile even though it’s breaking It is about asking the dearly departed, the corpse being carried around in that casket, to break out of their final place of confinement in order to experience a last chance to dance. When I get where I’m going Irish song. Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley. Angels, Robbie Williams Yeah when I get where I’m going She slowly wasted away from the horrible heart wrenching Dementia/ Alzheimer’s disease. are sad. In the living years by Mike and the machanics. The end of the line. Love you. You put it in here . It’s very beautiful. We glorify those, even more, when they / My opinion, Our culture can treat a loss / Like it's a win and right before we turn on them, We give them the highest of praise, and hang their banner from a ceiling / Communicating, further engraving, Bittersweet memories / That is all I'm taking with me, RELATED: 29 Breakup Songs Guaranteed To Make You Ugly Cry, I had all and then most of you / Some and now none of you, I don't know what I'm supposed to do / Haunted by the ghost of you, When I'm down and feelin' blue / I close my eyes so I can be with you, Oh, baby be strong for me / Baby belong to me, When you try your best but you don't succeed / When you get what you want but not what you need, When you feel so tired but you can't sleep / Stuck in reverse, When the tears come streaming down your face / 'Cause you lose something you can't replace. how to save you a lot of time, there is a tool that creates unique, google friendly articles in couple of minutes, just How do I measure up to heights you've been to? “Dropkick Me Jesus” – Bobby Bare When all the others turn their backs and walk away Not only does it help you reflect the life lived, but it also inspires you to live a life based on love and compassion, not material things: “Money can’t buy back all your youth when you’re old, a friend when you’re lonely, or peace to your soul”. I don’t know, I remember the VERY first time I ever heard it… I said, “I want this song played at the end of my funeral services” The lyrics are very moving and it has a message to my friends and family! • “A Life That’s Good” by Point of Grace Beautiful acoustical guitar. It makes me tear up knowing I will be remembered. “Amazing Grace” sung by LeAnn Rimes. Irreverently appropriate, I believe, for any list of funeral songs. My daughter’s and I are putting together a playlist for her video my photos. Once all the tears have been shed, it’s time to shake it up a little. Despite its title, this song is oddly soft, sweet and soothing… and also my top light-hearted choice for a funeral song: “Drink up life like a river ’till the pizza man delivers/And smile and know I loved you ’til the end”. BUY Last train running by wiskey falls and little wonder by Rob Thomas, “I’ll follow the sun” – The Beatles
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