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mikanippon mikanippon 22-25, F 17 Answers Dec 7, 2012 in Health

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Another one bites the dust by queen

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something nautical like "Anchor's Away" or the theme from "Jaws"

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Lol

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I would vote for "Jaws" ... lol
Love it!

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Disco Inferno.<br />
Burn, baby, burn.

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I have an entire playlist picked out - for the visitation and funeral. lol

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You are so organized! :)

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'Please release me' by Tom Jones

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I would have a montage of different songs that I think are good, I have a best mate who said to me once that if he ever died to make the funeral a huge party with bumping tunes and heaps of grog hahaha probs be the same for me if I had it my way!

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Cover of the Rolling Stone by Dr. Hook

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"We keep getting richer but we can't get our picture ..." Great song.

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It is a song that always makes me feel better. My kids know that, and I've told them I want that played when I die, but not at a funeral as I don't want one. Straight to cremation and scattering of ashes and then a couple of weeks or months later, maybe a celebration of life, with that song playing.

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At this time I would chose a song by a friends local band. Requiem by Sicmonic.

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"Softly and Tenderly" -- trad. hymn

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Bristlecone Pine<br />
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gTu18pgDwY<br />
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Way up in the mountains on a high timberline, there's a twisted old tree called the Bristlecone Pine. The wind there is bitter; it cuts like a knife. It keeps that tree holding on for dear life.<br />
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But hold on it does, standing its ground. Standing as empires rise and fall down. When Jesus was gathering lambs to his fold, the tree was already a thousand years old.<br />
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Now the way I have lived there ain't no way to tell, when I die if I'm going to heaven or hell. So when I'm laid to rest it would suit me just fine to sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine.<br />
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And as I would slowly return to this earth what little this body of mine might be worth would soon start to nourish the roots of that tree. And it would partake of the essence of me.<br />
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And who knows what's found as the centuries turn. A small spark of me might continue to burn. As long as the sun does continue to shine down on the limbs of the Bristlecone Pine.<br />
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Now the way I have lived there ain't no way to tell, when I die if I'm going to heaven or hell. When I'm laid to rest it would suit me just fine to sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine....<br />
To sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine.<br />
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Way up in the mountains on a high timberline, there's a twisted old tree called the Bristlecone Pine. The wind there is bitter; it cuts like a knife. And it keeps that tree holding on for dear life.<br />
<br />
But hold on it does, standing its ground. Standing as empires rise and fall down. When Jesus was gathering lambs to his fold, the tree was already a thousand years old.<br />
<br />
Now the way I have lived there ain't no way to tell, when I die if I'm going to heaven or hell. So when I'm laid to rest it would suit me just fine to sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine.<br />
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To sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine.<br />
To sleep at the feet of the Bristlecone Pine.

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Natural Science and In the Garden by Rush. I actually have it planned out with my family. That's the crap you gotta think about when you get older.

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I'm having a DJ .. he can choose. lol

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" song of Wyoming" by John Denver.

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*shrugs* - right now, maybe Nothing as rendered by Robert Plant - but it's not really up to me is it?

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i know what you mean, but i'm not that earnest about it - plus i'd have to keep updating my "death register" with my favourite sad song

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