The most requested music for funerals

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'Diamonds' - Rihanna: Mid-tempo in rhythm, 'Diamonds' is all about a message of love directed at someone special. 

'Angels' - Robbie Williams: 'Angels' was included on Robbie Williams' debut solo album, recorded after he departed popular British boy band Take That. 

'Supermarket Flowers' - Ed Sheeran: Ed Sheeran's 2017 single 'Supermarket Flowers' is about his late grandmother. 

'See You Again' - Wiz Khalifa rapper Wiz Khalifa penned this song for soundtrack of the 2015 film 'Furious 7' as a tribute to Paul Walker, who had died in an auto wreck in 2013. 

'My Way' - Frank Sinatra: One of the great classics from the modern music era, 'My Way' was first sung by Frank Sinatra in 1969. 

'How Long Will I Love You' - Ellie Goulding: Some of you may remember Scottish folk rock band the Waterboys, who originally recorded 'How Long Will I Love You' in 1990. 

'My Heart Will Go On' - Celine Dion: Recorded in 1997 as the love theme to the movie 'Titanic,' Celine Dion's sad, beautiful.

Candle in the Wind' - Elton John: Elton John famously performed a rewritten version of 'Candle in the Wind' at the funeral of Princess Diana in 1997.

'Hello' - Adele: This powerful piano ballad was taken from Adele's third studio album '25' (2015). The song is all about a breakup, the lyrics discussing themes of nostalgia and regret. 

'Lay Me Down' - Sam Smith: Sam Smith's 2013 release 'Lay Me Down' was accompanied by a video depicting the singer standing in a church in front of the deceased's coffin.

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