What are some good country songs to play at a funeral?

What are some good country songs to play at a funeral?

Old Country Funeral Songs

  • “If Tomorrow Never Comes” by Garth Brooks.
  • “If I Had Only Known” by Reba McEntire.
  • “You’re Gone” by Diamond Rio.
  • “Holes in the Floor of Heaven” by Steve Wariner.
  • “Please Remember Me” by Tim McGraw.
  • “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones.
  • “I’m Already There” by Lonestar.

What are some songs to play at my dad’s funeral?

Funeral Songs for Dad

  • All Must Be Well by Matthew Smith.
  • A Song for Dad by Keith Urban.
  • Broken Halos by Chris Stapleton.
  • Bye Bye by Mariah Carey.
  • Dance With My Father by Luther Vandross.
  • Fathers and Daughters by Michael Bolton.
  • Footprints in the Sand by Leona Lewis.
  • Hero by Mariah Carey.

What are the Best Country Songs for a funeral?

TOP 21 COUNTRY FUNERAL SONGS Angels Flying Too Close to the Ground by Willie Nelson Believe by Brooks and Dunn Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts Broken Halos by Chris Stapleton Drink a Beer by Luke Bryan God’s Will by Martina McBride Go Rest High On That Mountain by Vince Gill How Can I Help You Say Goodbye by Patty Loveless How Do I Live Without You by Trisha Yearwood

What are some good songs to play at a funeral?

My Way,Frank Sinatra

  • Time to Say Goodbye,Sarah Brightman/Andrea Bocelli
  • Wind Beneath My Wings,Bette Midler
  • Over the Rainbow,Eva Cassidy YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN
  • Angels,Robbie Williams
  • You Raise Me Up,Westlife
  • You’ll Never Walk Alone,Gerryhe Pacemakers
  • How to choose the perfect funeral songs?

    Make it personal. Over anything else,music is probably the most ideal way to personalise a funeral service.

  • Set the tone. Music can really set the tone of any gathering,so think about how you want to make people feel: poignant,uplifting,reminiscent,comforting?
  • Read the lyrics.
  • What are some country songs about death?

    25 of Country Music’s Most Poignant Songs About Death “Careless Driver,” Maddox Brothers and Rose (1947) “The Funeral,” Hank Williams A.K.A. Luke the Drifter (1950) “One Dyin’ and a Buryin’,” Roger Miller (1965) “Ballad of Forty Bucks,” Tom T. Hall (1968) “Waiting ‘Round To Die,” Townes Van Zandt (1968) “Letter to Heaven,” Dolly Parton (1970)