Saturday, 3 August 2013

Celine Dion Eat Your Heart Out

It's cheesy
But here's another song I am having at my funeral
Off to Peter's birthday now after a day shift
( Peter is judging the " name the Turkey competition )


23 comments:

  1. Lovely John ..... I'm having ' One Day I'll Fly Away,' Nicole Kidman Moulin Rouge !
    Tom wants me to tell you what his sugar cone looks like ..... a dildo !!!!
    I know that he's a sensitive soul so I didn't like to tell him !!!!!!!!!!! NOT !!

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    1. I saw it jaq
      Couldn't be arsed commenting...so posted a post I KNEW he would hate

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  2. Please tell me there is going to b a "theme" and we all have to come in costume? Will it be zombies? or Joan Crawford lookalikes? I am hedging my bets on a scotch egg motif and planning on wearing a papier mache body suit, which I will make in my garage, provided you give me plenty of notice of your demise. Mind you, if I eat any more peanut butter "Nutrageous" crunchie bars, I suspect no extra padding will be required! :-O

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    1. I want chickens in the church...... Friends scattering petals in front of th coffin and lots of sobbing

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  3. Good choice. I want my coffin to go out to José Gomes de Abreu's Tico Tico. I feel it will set the right tone for the bunfight afterwards.

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  4. Mine has got to be the Canadian Tenors with Celine Dion singing Leonard Cohens Hallelujah

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  5. With all of your song selections, your funeral is going to be as long as The Glastonbury Festival. Should we bring tents and wellingtons?

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    1. And pee in a hole in the ground too

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  6. Planning your funeral already? Is there something you're not telling us??????? I don't plan on having one, myself, I'm not going to be there anyway.

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  7. Sorry, I have just eaten a late dinner, and I want to keep it down.

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    1. Let rip tom
      I will play it again

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  8. I wish Celine Dion had been on the Titanic.

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    1. Ah bless...she does indeed go on

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  9. A woman after my own heart

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  10. Beautiful.

    I am being cremated and scattered. No music, no mourning, mo mess. Hopefully my ashes will enrich the land as the land has enriched me.

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  11. Whatever is played (and I've made a long list), just as long as I can't hear it from inside my box...

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  12. Oh goodie, John, are you having farmyard animals in the church. I'll bring baskets of rose petals from Kenya as long as my cats are invited too! Greetings, Jo

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  13. I've got more modest plans - like insisting on the Beethoven 'Missa Solemnis' AND the Bach B minor Mass, both performed LIVE by forces and conductors of my choice. They'll nicely serve the not ignoble function of making we wish I was alive again rather than being buried under an unmarked tree in a rapidly bio-degradable box.
    And yes, ALL animals will be invited and most welcome.

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  14. I'm with Gail; I'm going to go my mother's way - cremation, scattering, no fuss. My daughter is still tossing some of her grandmother's ashes in places she visits, so no telling where I'll turn up!

    And I thought the song was beautiful.

    Nancy in Iowa

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  15. I want to be cremated and have my ashes scattered in the field so that the hens can eat them. Similar to 'Ilkley Moor bah t'at' I'm thinking.
    Haven't finalised my playlist yet but 'Always look on the bright side' is a definite.

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