Friday, February 10, 2012

Fresh Horses Brigade - Funeral Song.




Today I am playing along with Edenland's Fresh Horses Brigade.
This week she is asking you to choose your funeral song.
I've thought about it, more than a few times. Actually, its something I think of regularly. Weird? I don't think so. I think we all think about these kinds of things.
I change my mind often and maybe I need to keep a file on itunes to keep Hubby updated!

The latest is Dan Kelly's version of Sinead O'Connor's Nothing Compares To You.

If you haven't checked out Eden's blog you MUST. It is one of my faves.

11 comments:

Toni said...

Dan Kelly could sing the phone book and it would make me happy. So yeah, I like his version better than Sineads' too.

mel @ loved said...

LOVE it Mandy! Nick & I both sitting here with tingles..

..but now let's get ready to hear your birthday song, first things first! x

Sharron said...

I had never heard this version before today. I like it, good choice

edenland said...

Oh my god Mandy this is brilliant. I am buying that album. Thank you SO much for doing this!

eden xx

Deborah said...

What a fabulous version of this song! Wow!

BOB & MABEL said...

Thanks everyone. It certainly is a very cool version of the song, actually the whole album is great.

Kim said...

Oh I love this version! Beautiful. Reminds me of the modern version of "somewhere over the rainbow"

lyndaal said...

we heard this on the radio on the way home tonight, its absolutely BRILLIANT

Maxabella said...

Such a big long wait between posts and you're back with your funeral song? That's somehow rather cool. Love your choice of music. x

Kylie said...

Hi Mandy, yes I do sell 8x10 prints. The one you commented on is a print with paper roses collaged over the top so each one is slightly different. I tend to put these ones into a shadow box. Flat prints sell for $25 and 3D prints in a glass fronted shadow box are $45. I can also make custom pieces in a colour palett of your choice plus poems, quotes or names can also be added for that special gift.
As for the funeral song hmmm...I'm not to sure but I do know I would like to be buried in a shroud and not in a coffin and just placed on the earth with a tree planted on top...actually I just thought about it and there is a song called "deep peace" on the CD The Swoon Collection, yeah that would be good!

Phil Grahm Salt said...

It's really emotional to hear funeral songs. It's the time when one can truly realise that he or she is separated from his or loved one. funeral directors Adelaide