Popular music choices for a funeral

A funeral is a ceremony that needs various aspects planning out, including the choice of music. You don’t have to arrange everything alone though; there are people here ready to help you. When it comes to funeral directors Birmingham residents can always count on our support.

There are some very popular songs for funerals. They all have something in common; strong emotions. As a result they could be a great choice to send off your loved one.

My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion)

While this ballad is famous for its association with Titanic, it goes on about eternal love. It carries a message of remembrance, making it ideal for a funeral.

Amazing Grace

Hymns are declining in popularity but are still chosen a lot. This one talks about peace after death. Another well known example is The Lord Is My Shepherd with an uplifting feeling for guiding people through their grief.

Over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz)

There are many artists who have performed this moving song including Ariana Grande. The lyrics and beautiful melody are ideal for remembering a loved one who has passed.

You Raise Me Up (Westlife)

This emotional choice is something some churches sing because it is seen as a contemporary hymn. Its lyrics are about finding your hidden strength when going through a difficult time.

My Way (Frank Sinatra)

This has long been a popular funeral song choice across the years. The lyrics are straightforward, talking about a well lived life. Therefore it is a great tribute.

How Long Will I Love You (Ellie Goulding)

This music is more recent and was the official song for the 2013 Children in Need campaign. This beautiful version of the song makes it a good choice for funeral music.

You’ll Never Walk Alone

Not only is this a piece of music popular with football fans, but also for funerals. It offers a message of staying strong despite adversity and hard times.

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