I WAS REALLY MORBID ONCE.......

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  1. After listening to "Sing Me To Sleep" by the Smiths.....I called my mother at work and told her to write the name of that song on a piece of paper, after she begrudgingly did so I informed her that that is the song I want played at my funeral........spooky!
     
  2. > After listening to "Sing Me To Sleep" by the
    > Smiths.....I called my mother at work and told her to write the
    > name of that song on a piece of paper, after she begrudgingly
    > did so I informed her that that is the song I want played at my
    > funeral........spooky!

    She must be so proud.
     
  3. Re: B is for Bitter

    > After listening to "Sing Me To Sleep" by the
    > Smiths.....I called my mother at work and told her to write the
    > name of that song on a piece of paper, after she begrudgingly
    > did so I informed her that that is the song I want played at my
    > funeral........spooky!

    Blown up by a bomb.

    She'll probably forget and you'll end up with the theme from Titanic.
     
  4. Stig O'Hara

    Stig O'Hara Guest

    This seems to be a common teenage obsession

    A girl I knew at university said exactly the same thing. When she was about 15 she convinced herself that she had cancer and was going to die. Silly trout. Anyway, she wrote out lengthy funereal instructions, which included the playing of "Asleep". Needless to say, none of her prophecies came true. In any case, no doubt her family would disregard her teeny scribblings and stick with the old and trusted, like Tossie Williams' "Angels" or that dreadful Witless Houston song.
     
  5. Re: This seems to be a common teenage obsession

    Smart girl.........but anyhow.....thats is rather a very common teenage obsession....its really laughable! When i was 13 i wanted that to be my funeral song. I think i may still do it...but who says that its guranteed that my family will even pay attention to my wishes.
     
  6. Re: Not so unusual

    > After listening to "Sing Me To Sleep" by the
    > Smiths.....I called my mother at work and told her to write the
    > name of that song on a piece of paper, after she begrudgingly
    > did so I informed her that that is the song I want played at my
    > funeral........spooky!

    I don't think that is so unusual. I made the same request of my closest living relative several years ago. I won't have a funeral, but that is to be played at a *very* private memorial. Isn't mortality wondeful?
     
  7. UnrulyGirl

    UnrulyGirl Guest

    Re: Not so unusual

    Yeah I used to have it written in my Journal.. all the lyrics written out with BYE BYE written real big on the bottom. And I figured "they" would eventually find it and read it. I still have that Journal and it would be kind of scary to look at it now.
     
  8. The GlamGod

    The GlamGod Guest

    > After listening to "Sing Me To Sleep" by the
    > Smiths.....I called my mother at work and told her to write the
    > name of that song on a piece of paper, after she begrudgingly
    > did so I informed her that that is the song I want played at my
    > funeral........spooky!

    I want "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" by Bombalurina or "Mr. Blobby" played at mine.
    If the DJ ain't got that, then "Ouija Board, Ouija Board" by Morrissey.

    The GlamGod
     
  9. wicked wendy

    wicked wendy Guest

    Re: B is for Bitter

    > Blown up by a bomb.

    > She'll probably forget and you'll end up with the theme from
    > Titanic.

    I've chosen "For Free", by Joni Mitchell. There will be a text "Denouement". By you know who.

    A fitting way to go.

    "Kneeling over the rows,
    we reached among the leaves
    with quick practiced hands,
    cupping the berry protectively before
    snapping off the stem
    between thumb and forefinger."
     
  10. Re: B is for Bitter

    > I've chosen "For Free", by Joni Mitchell. There will
    > be a text "Denouement". By you know who.

    > A fitting way to go.

    > "Kneeling over the rows,
    > we reached among the leaves
    > with quick practiced hands,
    > cupping the berry protectively before
    > snapping off the stem
    > between thumb and forefinger."

    Yes indeed, so so fitting.

    Plath and cats, I think I like you.
     
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