Folders with sheet music in them


Compiled by Jaclyn Fried


We will never fill the void in our lives from the loved ones lost along the way. Luckily there are memorial songs to remind us of our time spent with them.


Music is a healthy way to cope; whether it’s humming to the radio or singing at the top of our lungs, we can use music to build our strength and give us a little comfort. According to Huffington Post, it also can improve our health!


Memorial Songs for the Ones We’ve Lost

“If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” — Justin Moore

“If heaven wasn’t so far away, I’d pack up the kids and go for the day…”

“Heaven Got Another Angel” — Gordon True

“I’ll miss you tonight, I’ll see you again sometime, For now I’ll close my eyes, And dream of heaven tonight

“See You Again” — Carrie Underwood

Cause I know I’ll never be lonely, For you are the stars that follow me, You are the light I follow…”

“I Drive Your Truck” — Lee Brice

“Every back road in this town, I find a field, I tear it up, Till all the pain’s a cloud of dust”

“Tears In Heaven” — Eric Clapton

“Beyond the door, There’s peace, I’m sure. And I know there’ll be no more, Tears in heaven…”

“Let It Be” — The Beatles

“And when the night is cloudy, There is still a light that shines on me…”

“See You Again” — Charlie Puth

So let the light guide your way, yeah, Hold every memory as you go…”

“Candle in the Wind 1997” — Elton John

“And it seems to me you lived your life, Like a candle in the wind, Never fading with the sunset, When the rain set in…”

“Angel” — Sarah McLachlan

“You’re in the arms of the angel, May you find some comfort here…”

“Don’t’ Blink” — Kenny Chesney

“Trust me friend a hundred years goes faster than you think, So don’t blink…”