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Country Songs to Honor Lost Loved Ones

Filed in Country Music, Country Music Lists, Death & Loss Country Songs by on January 11, 2021 13 Comments • views: 15985
Country Songs to Honor Lost Loved Ones

Find ‘Go On Without Me’ on Brett Eldredge’s Album ‘Bring You Back’ – Download on iTunes

When we’re going through the pain of losing someone we love, spending hours trying to find the best memorial song isn’t something we want to be doing

This growing list of country songs to honor lost loved ones helps ease the online hunt for just the right song that expresses the words we have in our hearts. I personally know how time-consuming this is because I’ve already spent countless hours looking for songs to honor my own father.

Since I’m constantly reviewing music, this list represents a growing list of songs I’ve either personally reviewed or have come across in my song-hunting travels and included.

[Click Here to Tweet] – Β ‘I’m walking right beside you when nobody’s by your side’ Go On Without Me, by @BrettEldredge#memorialsong

A Growing List of Country Songs to Honor Lost Loved Ones

Preview of Songs About LossFor
Anyone
Stepdads
Dads
Anyone
Dad
Anyone
Anyone
A Dad or
Loss of Man
in Life
Anyone
Anyone
Anyonoe
Men
Anyone
Youth
Youth
Friends
Miltary
Suicide
Anyone
Friends
Spouse
Military
Anyone
Anyone
Elderly
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Grandma
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Anyone
Military or
Elderly
Anyone
Anyone
Military
For Anyone
Father & Son
Anyone

You’ll also find personally reviewed country songs about loss in theΒ Death Country Songs heading in the main category menu.

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  1. I want to know how to dedicate these songs to a friend who just lost her beloved husband.

  2. I’m so sorry for your friends loss. If you like, please feel free to go ahead and place the link to this page with a note on her timeline. The link for this page is, http://drageda.com/country-songs-honor-lost-loved-ones/ – again, very sorry for your friend’s loss.

  3. That’s a heck of a playlist! Have to listen to it when I have more time…

  4. John thanks for stopping by

  5. Thanks for stopping by this thing won’ let me leave a comment keeps saying I’m too late πŸ™

  6. Trying again. Great Post and thanks for stopping by Monday’s Music Moves Me. It’s a great tribute to the Vegas tragedy hope to see you next week too. Following all your social sites too!

  7. Oh, sorry about that, I’ll check the settings πŸ™‚

  8. Thank you again, both did post – but again, will double check those settings – followed you as well

  9. This is a great resource! While I tend to lean toward classic rock, I’ve got a little bit of country in my soul. Sometimes, it’s the only genre that seems to express the feelings appropriately.

  10. Barbara,

    Wowza, what a playlist! Impressive job. I’m not sure if I’ll get through all the songs in one sitting but will listen on and off while I make my a.m. rounds of Monday’s Music Moves Me dancers. It was certainly nice meeting you and I hope you decide to join us next week. Our theme is songs about “cars or trucks” if you’re interested and if not just share whatever mewsic moves you! Have a tunetastic week and blessings to you!

    PS: You may want to consider doing away with the captcha thingy. It drives most folks insande. πŸ™‚

  11. Hi Barbara,
    Welcome to the Monday’s Music Moves Me gang! This is a wonderful resource for those who are grieving or want to honor lost loved ones. It’s ironically very timely as we just went through the one-year anniversary of the passing of my Dad. He died on October 11th here at my house. It was a hard day, especially because we also just got his ashes (he had donated his body to science and the chiropractic school that was using him to teach students were finished with him and they sent his cremated remains back to us with a lovely note from all the students). On the anniversary date (10/11) we ordered a beautiful urn and he’s now with my Mom at her place.
    I’m listening to some of these songs in my headphones now and it’s making me cry so I have to stop for a bit.
    But thank you for providing this. It’s awesome.

    Michele at Angels Bark

  12. Michele, I’m so sorry about the loss of your dad. It’s so hard to go through, we never get over it, we seem to only try to learn to live with it. The lyrics in these songs are quite powerful and I can understand why you need to take a break listening to them. I played a song yesterday, and had to stop after it and take a break as well. Was too hard. Blessings to you and your family during this very difficult time.

  13. Cathy, thanks kindly. I look forward to next weeks theme. Oh and yes, thank you, I’m going to try to get rid of that captcha thingy right now (thought I already did) – hope I can figure it out lol

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