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    My dad loved The Shadows and the song Wonderful Land, we played at his funeral. When I hear this song, it simply takes me back.

    I am going to see Cliff Richard and The Shadows in Feb next year, and I know I will cry when they play that song.

    BTW my dad died 10 years ago today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshinebub View Post
    BTW my dad died 10 years ago today...

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    2girls&1angelboy is offline Has 3 very special people in my life my 2 girls & my angel baby boy xxx
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    this was played at my nans funeral in 2005 when my DD was 3 months
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDURv8fj9dk

    i also like this one makes me teary it was played at my parents wedding

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrY-nC6QYwk

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    I think of my best friend Rachael who was killed in a car accident at 37wks pregnant on 2nd of June 2009. I dont know the song name but it was the song those people danced to up the aisle at their wedding in USA (around june) and the song Love in this Club, by Chris brown (i think?) Which was her favourite song at the time of her death.

    RIP sweet angels.


    SO sad...

    Indigo that song is called Forever - Chris Brown and Love In This Club - Usher feat Beyonce...Both BIG fave's of mine.

    Forever by Chris Brown is actually my song for DD...When ever it's on i alway sing it to her and dance for her...I will now be also thinking of your dear friend...

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    Pdiddy and faith evens-i'll be missing you. Was at my besties lil brothers funeral and also at my childhood brother with another mothers funeral. Both died way to young.
    Hero- Reminds me of grandpa
    Send in the clowns- Was at nans funeral

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    The song 'Lightning Crashes' by Live makes me bawl my eyes out every time i hear it. Makes me think of my friend that was pg at the same time as me and died shortly after she gave birth.

    Also 'Rocketman' by Elton John gets the tears ********* as it is the music in the background in a suicide scene of the TV show Nip/Tuck- so very, very sad.

    Also 'Wind beneath my wings' (Barbara Streisand) and 'Tears in Heaven' (Eric Clapton) as they were both played at my pops funeral.

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    The Blowers Daughter by Damien Rice is our song for our daughter who was born at 16 weeks.
    It was played at our wedding and we dedicated it to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greeneyes81 View Post
    My friend died suddenly of a brain aneurysm when she was 16 years old. This song was her favourite and was played at her funeral...still makes me so sad when I hear it.

    Puff Daddy-Ill be missing you
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM0-ZU8njdo
    That song reminds me of my nephew who died. At his funeral, my brother and his partner played Eric Clapton "Tears in Heaven"

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    Probably not the same thing but after i lost my twins Getting away with it (all messed up) by James was playing on the radio when DH drove me home from hospital. I can't hear that song now with getting getting emotional.

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    Thank-you everyone for posting i'm sorry for your loss ,


 

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