“My Heart Will Go On” – performed by Celine Dion
Every night in my dreams,
I see you,
I feel you,
that is how I know you go no.
Far across from distance, and spaces between us
you have come to show you go on.
near, far, wherever you are,
I believe that the heart does go on,
once more you opened the door,
and you’re here in my heart and –
my heart will go on, and on.
Love can touch us one time, and less for a lifetime,
and never let go till we’re gone.
Love was when I loved you,
one true time I hold you,
in my life we’ll always go on.
Near, far, wherever you are,
I believe that the heart does go on.
Once more you opened the door,
and you’re here in my heart and my heart will go on, and on…
You’re here –
There’s nothing I fear,
and I know that my heart will go on,
we’ll stay forever this way,
you are saving my heart and –
my heart will go on and on…
One of the most popular songs performed by Celine Dion is “My Heart Will Go On” which was the movie theme song for the blockbuster hit “Titanic”. If you read the lyrics of the song, you will realize that it actually has a deeper meaning than just about love and separation. Just like the movie, the song also talks about the loss of a loved one because of death. During the funeral services of the people that you love, you can’t help but remember all of the good things that you have done together and you also ponder on how your life is going to be moving forward after their deaths. The lyrics and the lines of this song talks about a person’s longing for their special someone who have died for whatever reason there may be. Missing someone is already hard for long distance relationships and it is even harder when you know that your special someone will never be able to come back because of death. But as the line “my heart will go on” says, it tells people that your loved one may be gone, but your love for each other will still remain. It also talks about moving forward and living your life to the fullest even when they are gone because it would be what your deceased loved one would want you to do. There are other funeral songs that you can find at www.songmeanings.net.