- song played at your funeral
Wendy loved Runrig; she said it was the soundtrack to her life. It seemed fitting to play Runrig at her funeral. We entered to Angels from the Ashes which is gentle and poignant piano music written about grief in the context of 9/11 To leave we had Maymorning which is bold and affirming: “I’m alive again”.
I want All the Time in the World: “nothing more, nothing less, only love”Posted 6 years agospasmic gherkinMember
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A mate of mine had “feeling hot hot hot” as he went down in the crem.
He was a real joker and gave us all his last laugh.
Ace! Since we were in school, one of my friends has been adamant that he’s having that song – will be overjoyed to know they allow it.
I’ve been wanting The Damned’s “Under the floor again”
although it doesn’t really tie in with the whole cremation (then mixed with clay so everyone can make Adam Ashtrays/Effigies to take home) thing too well. For mischief, I’ve been planning on having a “property of [friend’s name]” tattoo on my rump if I get enough notice, as I’ll be having the company he works for do my undertaking – should guarantee him a few days of ridicule..
(i’d like to squeeze Shooting At Unarmed Men’s song Peristalsis into the proceedings somewhere, as everyone loves self loathing, prob’ly better for the pub afterwards though)Posted 6 years ago
the only fragment that i could find – gets the point across..andylMember
This is the first song I thought of when i saw the thread title:
and i have made the other half promise to play this as they dish out my ashes to be scattered by my family and friends and their favourite spots:
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUKBuAkr4Lg[/video]Posted 6 years ago
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