CHEERIO

#1
No, not a hissy fit.

Maybe been done before, but I was at a funeral on Tuesday and it was a bit 'humanist'. The whole thing was 'jazz' (music, not mag) orientated, which I had to put up with. 'Fly me to the Moon' by that arse Sinatra when my dad was 'curtained up' gripped a tad I must say.

Anyway - my point:

What are your three funeral songs?

Mine:

Carrying me in - 'One Love' Bob Marley

Off to the fire - 'Reasons to be Cheerful (Part III)' Ian Dury

When everyone leaves to go down the pub - 'The Impossible Dream' Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine

I'm going to be well pissed off at missing that line up.
 
#3
Blimey tommo - you're taking your demise seriously!

Men of Harlech splendid choice.

If I were from the Principality I'd go for that.

Grandmother's maiden name Evans maybe I could justify it.
 
#4
Shep Wooley's Octopus tale

Village People's: In the Navy

Video from Sailor of matelots sending up the Magic Roundabout.

And I'd like my ashes to be tossed into the Norwegian oggin by a bearded, bronzed Stoker :biggrin:
 
#6
Wot ! No Last Post ?? 8O

We had Rod Stewart's 'Sailing' at my Dad's last year, caused a lot of the female family to shed tears, can't deny my eyes were a bit moist too.
 
#7
Another One Bites the Dust ... on the way in

Bright Side of Life.........'cos I like Monty Python

Hammer to Fall .......on the way out to remind any old farts who turn up that their time is coming :lol:
 
#8
Guzzler said:
Blimey tommo - you're taking your demise seriously!

Men of Harlech splendid choice.

If I were from the Principality I'd go for that.

Grandmother's maiden name Evans maybe I could justify it.
I dunno if I am or not taking my demise seriously lol

I've lost a couple of friends recently through various reasons and it does make you think.

I guess the 3 songs sort of represent me and my life I guess

Heart of Oak - Navy

Men of Harlech - Welsh

Annie's Song - well one to make people shed a tear cos I'm funny b*stard lol

Plus it's a nice song

You never know when your time is up. So 6 P's in this case wouldn't want someone playing the wrong songs lol
 

anglichanin

Lantern Swinger
#9
C'mon boys where ur sense of humour?? - i am going out to the dulcet tones of Clodah Rodgers' classic
"Jack in the box" eurovision entry from 1971 :D :D :D :D
 
#10
haven't really thought about it but for shits and giggles id go for
on entry LAST POST
The tear jerker WHO WANTS TO LIVE FOREVER (for now anyway im still quite young)
and finally OVERBOARD OVERBOARD
 
#11
On the way in......ISOBEL by Bjork

Lighting up time......ATMOSPHERE by Joy Division

On the boat as my ashes are scattered in the swept channel opposite the war memorial on Southsea common.........

Hearts of Oak.
 
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