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  1. I am looking for the name of a song that was sung at a recent catholic funeral mass that I attended. The words go as follows: “All I ask of you is forever to remember me as loving you”. Do you know this song, if so can you tell me the name and if you have the words to the complete song can you give them to me. Thank you

    Janice Crawley

  2. Sorry, I don’t know it. But when you find out let me know and I’ll add it to the list.

    Dave

  3. “Send Me a Song” sung by Lisa Kelly of Celtic Woman. I’m playing it at my mother’s funeral Monday. It is BEAUTIFUL. Look up the lyrics!

  4. the song is called ALL I ASK, my parish plays it regularly at our funeral services. hope this helps

  5. My brother just died tragically and it has been a horrible time for our family. Can someone please email me as soon as possible with the name of the artist who sings All I Ask so that I can find it to play at the funeral in a few days? Thanks so much for any help. Melissa

    Please send to john.walter@diasorin.com and mellle@frontiernet.net

  6. Do you have a song called May The Song Of The Angels It’s done at funeral masses and I can’t seem to find it. Thank you

  7. Hello. I am looking for a song that depicts a mother and daughter that were more like best friends. My mother-in-law will pass in the next day or two and I would like to find a song like this to play at the funeral. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

  8. i need to know the name of the song or who the artist is, the lyrics go like this don’t cry for me i’m finally free to run with the angels on streets made of gold, to listen to stories of saints long ago…. when you finally find me, i wish you were here, I tried wih you were here and streets of gold and came up with nothing is it don’t cry for me?

  9. The song carol is looking for is: “Wish you were here” by Mark Harris. The Album is “The line between the two”

  10. Lyrics for “All I Ask”:
    Refrain: All I ask of you is forever to remember me as loving you.
    1. Deep the joy of being together in one heart
    and for me that’s just where it is.
    2. As we make our way through all the joys and pain,
    can we sense our younger truer selves?
    3. Someone will be calling you to be there for a while.
    Can you hear the cry from deep within?
    4. Laughter, joy and presence: the only gifts you are.
    Have you time? I’d like to be with you.
    5. Persons come into the fiber of our lives,
    and then their shadow fades and disappears. But…

  11. Can anybody give me the name of the song, i only know a couple of word. Carved on the palm of my hand. Are the only words i remember. Thanks.

  12. Hi. My friend recently died and his funeral should be coming up soon. he was a really talented musician and a man of God but things got on top of him and he ended up commiting suicide. I really want to sing something for him at his rememberance service but it needs to be quite sensative because of the circumstances. Can anyone suggest anything? Im a mezzo-sop btw. Thankz! Amy

  13. Dear Folks,

    Years ago, a dear friend of ours was laid to rest and a vocalist did …

    Muddy River ?
    Moody River ?

    Do you know anything about this melody ?

    Where would I get the guitar tabs / chords & words ”

    Respectfully,
    D L Schroyer
    M.M.5995 A.L.

  14. Morning,

    I watched the tribute to Jerry Falwell that aired at 10:30 am CST on Daystar Sept 23, 2007. There was a beautiful song playing the lyrics said” I can’t beleive I’m in heaven walking around on streets of gold. So don’t yearn for me. The chorus was I can’t believe . . .

    Does anyone know the name of that song?

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