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Songs to Use At Your Next Holiday Remembrance Program

by | Sep 26, 2017 | For Families, Remembrance Programs

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The holidays will be here before you know it. And that means now is the best time to start planning a holiday remembrance program.

This year we wanted to share some songs you can play at your holiday remembrance program to make it truly special. Below you’ll find some songs that will touch the hearts of all in attendance at your program.

Holiday Remembrance Songs

“I Will Remember You” by Sarah Mclachlan

“I will remember you, will you remember me? Don’t let your life pass you by. Weep not for the memories…”

“In the Bleak Midwinter” a traditional carol based on the poem by Christina Rossetti

“Snow had fallen, snow on snow, snow on snow. In the bleak mid-winter, long ago…”

“Hallelujah” cover by Rufus Wainwright

“And remember when I moved in you? The holy dark was moving too. And every breath we drew was Hallelujah…”

“O Holy Night” a traditional carol

“Fall on your knees. O hear the angels’ voices…”


“Where You Are” by Craig Avenornament upon our tree. Although this year, I have a broken heart. It brings me hope and joy, as I remember where you are…”

“Candlelight Carol” by John Rutter

“Candlelight, angel light, firelight and star-glow. Shine on his cradle till breaking of dawn. Silent night, holy night, all is calm and all is bright…”

“You Should Be Here” by Cole Swindell

“And you know that if I had just one wish. It’d be that you didn’t have to miss this. Aw you should be here…”

“Boots” by the Killers

“I can see my mother in the kitchen. My father on the floor, watching television. It’s a wonderful life…”

“When I Get Where I’m Going” by Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton

When I get where I’m going. On the far side of the sky. The first thing that I’m gonna do. Is spread my wings and fly…”

“If I Should Fall Behind” by Bruce Springsteen

“Now everyone dreams of love lasting and true. Oh, but you and I know what this world can do. So let’s make our steps clear that the other may see. I’ll wait for you. And if I should fall behind, wait for me…”

“Christmas Just Ain’t Christmas” by The O’Jays

“Christmas just ain’t Christmas without the one you love. And New Year’s just ain’t New Year’s without the one you love.”

What are your favorite songs to play at your holiday remembrance program? Share with us in the comments below!


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