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Tuesday, November 24, 2009
I've heard beautiful organ music, vocalists singing hymns and also canned music at funerals, but what a surprise today to hear the church ladies sing from the pews (A capella) Que` Sera-Sera, a Doris Day song, one of Bill's aunt's favorites. She and I used to sing that when she was in the nursing home. It brought as many tears to my eyes as did Amazing Grace. I think funerals should be a celebration of life. Don't you?
Posted by Linda O'Connell at 2:42 PM
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That is awesome! I have some music choices for my funeral, too! One of them is: "Spirit in the Sky", by Norman Greenbaum.
Absolutely! What a wonderful funeral song!
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