I alays liked the idea of Semi Detached and Titus, but I would like it to a bit more uplifting, so my immediate thought would be Distant Sun, this song has always been special, yea definitely Distant Sun, that is, it would be played after 'The Man with the Child in his Eyes' by Kate Bush, laughs.
I had more of a thought about it today and thought that "Hole in the River" would be nice also.
It could become a long service Heh Heh, what would be nice though is if I could make about an hours worth of my Favs, and close friends and direct family could have a few beers Whatever, scatter the ashes and kick back with some good tunes, I'd be there in spirit.
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Originally posted by Beajai:
I just decided that I want People Are Like Suns.
It's not particularly religious in nature, but has a certain humanism about it.
Have decided I also definitely want All the Colours and I have my kids lined up to sing it. Hopefully, not too soon!
Anyone have or know of a definitive acoustic version of "All the Colours"?

I'm considering several songs for inclusion at a funeral, but the production values of the Everyone Is Here studio recording didn't exactly fit the mood I was aiming for. However, I was recalling an acoustic version that was done around the time of the tour promoting the release in which Tim and Neil played live for a German radio station.

Anyone know if there might be any other versions that were recorded professionally and might be worth trying to track down?
Paddy Boy posted:
'All the Colours' gets my vote. Our daughter was stillborn last year - I played it to her before we said goodbye to her for the final time - I still can't listen to it, but it does remind me of her (and my Mum, who passed away not long after), and gives me the feeling that I'll see them again one day.

I'm sorry for your loss.  Beautiful song to have played and to cherish the idea of knowing you will one day see them again. 

Annie99999 posted:
Paddy Boy posted:
'All the Colours' gets my vote. Our daughter was stillborn last year - I played it to her before we said goodbye to her for the final time - I still can't listen to it, but it does remind me of her (and my Mum, who passed away not long after), and gives me the feeling that I'll see them again one day.

I'm sorry for your loss.  Beautiful song to have played and to cherish the idea of knowing you will one day see them again. 

I too am sorry for your loss.

Neil and Tim songs have a way of making you FEEL really feel. 

All the best!

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