Someone like you – Adele

I heard, that you’re settled down
That you found a girl and you’re, married now

I heard, that your dreams came true
I guess she gave you things
I didn’t give to you

Old friend, why are you so shy
Ain’t like you to hold back
Or hide from the light

I hate to turn up out of the blue uninvited but I
Couldn’t stay away I couldn’t fight it
I had hoped you’d see my face
And that you be reminded that for me it isn’t over

Never mind I’ll find someone like you
I wish nothing but the best
For you too, don’t forget me
I beg, I’ll remember you said
Sometimes it lasts in love
But sometimes it hurts instead
Sometimes it lasts in love
But sometimes it hurts instead yeah

You know how the time flies
Only yesterday it was the time of our lives
We were born and raised
In a summer haze bound by the surprise
Of our glory days

I hate to turn up out of the blue uninvited but I
Couldn’t stay away I couldn’t fight it
I hoped you’d see my face
And that you’d be reminded that for me it isn’t over

Never mind I’ll find someone like you
I wish nothing but the best for you too
Don’t forget me I beg, I’ll remember you said
Sometimes it lasts in love but sometimes it hurts instead

Nothing compares no worries or cares
Regrets and mistakes their memories made
Who would have known how bittersweet
This would taste

Never mind I’ll find someone like you
I wish nothing but the best for you
Don’t forget me I beg, I’ll remember you said
Sometimes it lasts in love but sometimes it hurts instead

Never mind I’ll find someone like you
I wish nothing but the best for you too
Don’t forget me I beg, I’ll remember you said
Sometimes it lasts in love but sometimes it hurts instead

Sometimes it lasts in love but sometimes it hurts instead

 

“Someone like You” is a song by English singer-songwriter Adele. It was written by Adele and Dan Wilson for her second studio album, 21. It is the second single and final track on the album. The song was inspired by a broken relationship, and lyrically speaks of Adele’s coming to terms with it.

In 2012, Someone like you was number 22 of the funeral music chart. While the tune, which is well-known for making everyone cry, is sure to get the tears flowing at a funeral, the underlying message may be somewhat offensive to the average cadaver.  Adele has stated the song is about her reaction to finding out that her ex-boyfriend is married. In the song’s chorus, she declares she will just move on with a similar person.

But it can still be used by people as a song at a funeral as it talks about going through the heartbreak of losing someone, yet still having the hope of finding someone new. It also talks about healing from the pain of losing someone by moving on, and knowing that there will be someone out there that can give the same love and affection that the one who left gave.

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Famous people who passed away in 2018 Part 3

A lot of Hollywood stars passed away in 2018, and even though their funeral service and burial were not made public, we still extend our condolences to their family and friends. Here is the third part of the list of stars that we lost in 2018: Read more

Famous people who passed away in 2018 Part 2

Hollywood has said goodbye to some of its finest last year. Although their burial and funeral services were not available for the public to see, we still grieved with their loved ones. Here is the second part of the list of Hollywood celebrities that we lost in 2018: Read more

Famous people who passed away in 2018

Movies and TV shows play a key part in so many people’s lives, and there is always sadness when beloved actors, actresses, directors, producers, and creators passed away and Hollywood loses a star. Recent deaths infuse their old roles with a powerful kind of emotion, and it can be shocking that people who were important parts of film and TV history are no longer a part of this world. When a name you recognize from your favorite movies or TV shows is listed among famous people who died today, it can be deeply upsetting. Even if some actors’ deaths of 2018 were the unsurprising result of old age or long-term health issues, other actor and actress deaths of 2018 came as a shock. Read more

10 Quotes About Funerals, Deaths, and Griefs

Life is not easy, and so is dying. A point in time will arrive where a loved one will die, and spending time with them would be the happiest moments of our lives. Death of our loved one will give us despair and grief, which we don’t want to experience. But death is inevitable, and we have to think about the worst-case scenario.

We’ve encountered a lot of quotes in our life. May it be about love, friendship, life lessons, and more. We don’t want to encounter funeral quotes because of the fact that it’s a quote for the person who just passed away. What others don’t know is that most quotes about funerals, deaths, and griefs are actually heartwarming. If you don’t know how to write a eulogy, these quotes can inspire and give ideas on what to include. Read more

Remembering Michael Jackson

June 25, 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death. The late singer died at the age of 50 in his rented L.A mansion. He was rushed to the hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest, which as brought on by a number of prescription drugs that were administered by his physician, Dr. Conrad Murray.

His death announcement came as a shock to many as the was scheduled to go on a world tour. And during his funeral service, millions of people attended and millions more tuned in worldwide.

Jackson was known as the King of Pop, and with four decades worth of smash-hit pop music, he made an incredibly positive impact on the world of music.

Between 1979 and 1991, Jackson released hit after hit on each of his album, from Off the Wall to Dangerous, and was nothing short of a worldwide musical sensation. With record-defying success and an untouchable music career, Jackson was practically invincible during the height of his career. Read more

The Last Goodbye by Red Sovine

We just finished our dinner and
I’d gone in the den and turned on the TV.
When she walked in and kissed me
on the cheek like a million times before.
And she said “Honey, I know It’s late.
But if you don’t mind, My shoppings gotten a little behind.
So I think I’ll drive downtown to the grocery store.”

Well.. I didn’t look up, Just nodded OK and asked her to
hand me an ashtray.
And when she did, I reached over and squeezed
her hand, And then she left.
And I shuddered a minute
At the thought of my world without her in it.
And I reassuringly sought the touch
of my wedding band.

Well.. I musta been dozing,
’cause I didn’t hear the door.
And I thought now that’s strange,
I’ve never done that before.
But I looked up, And she was standing by my chair.
“Kinda snucked in on me” I said,
And she smiled and nodded her head.
And I told her that she looked just like an angel
standing there.

For a long moment she didn’t say a thing.
And then she caressed her gold wedding ring.
And I thought I saw a tear drop in her eye.
“Honey, You’ll never know how much I love you”
She said.

And I thought of the many years that we had been wed.
As I told her that no one could be as happy as I.
And then the strangest feeling filled the room.
Not one of happiness but one of gloom.
And for the first time in my life, I saw sadness in her face.
I reached out to touch her, and she drew away.
And she told be again, That ours was a love..
That time could never erase.

And then I thought I heard a thousand voices singing
But I realized it was the telephone ringing.
And that’s when I saw the halo
Surround her pretty golden hair.

I turned trembling to the receiver and heard a cold voice
say there had been a wreck out on the highway.
And I knew that when I looked back, She wouldn’t be there.
Because it was an angels way of saying our last goodbye.

Woodrow Wilson “Red” Sovine (July 7, 1917 – April 4, 1980) was an American country music singer and songwriter associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives, but set to music. His song The Last Goodbye is one of his hits and it talks about the sudden passing of a loved one and the initial shock that comes right after. It talks about how anything can happen and how things can quickly change in a snap of a finger. The lyrics suggests that we must cherish every moment that we have with our loved ones, as we will never know if it would be the last time that we will see them again.

As Red Sovine brilliantly wrote, he talked about how the love of his life went out and never came back as she was a victim of a car crash. Coincidentally, Red Sovine has a heart attack while he was driving, and his car crashed. He was rushed to the hospital and he eventually passed away in 1980. This is one of the instances wherein an artist was able to connect his death to his work.

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God only cries by Diamond Rio

On an icy road one night
A young man loses his life
They marked the shoulder with a cross
An’ his family gathers round
On a piece of Hallowed ground
Their hearts are heavy with their loss
As the tears fall from their eyes
There’s one who’ll always sympathise Read more

Funeral traditions in Asia

Being a diverse region, Southeast Asia does not have a prevailing religion or ethnicity. Funeral customs, therefore, differ significantly even within countries, though most people follow Muslim, Buddhist, or Chinese tradition. Each Southeast Asian country has its own spin on these traditions, and they differ from country to country and even from village to village. Here are some of the different funeral services from Southeast Asian countries. Read more

Fascinating Funeral Tradition Around the World

When we were young, we were told stories about our creator and the first humans in the world. We believed that we would only have similar traditions with other people. But after years of discovery by people, they started to believe in their own God and some even created their own religion. Well, we wouldn’t like someone dying since some people who were left by their loved one may be left alone and so they should learn how to write eulogy since this is one of the important phases before completely burying the person.

Living in a world with different cultures and traditions, we’d probably the similarity we could have would be burials but no still different. Although some countries practice the same tradition, there places all around the world who has a different way to honor their loved one. Some of them are considered morbid but We can’t blame their religion and beliefs, can we? Here I have 7 different funeral traditions all around the world. Read more