Child's Funeral Songs

Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life, and every fragment of a song holds a mirror to a past moment for someone.

The right song for the funeral or memorial service of a child helps us to see life through a child's eyes - the unprejudiced way a child sees it.

We hope this selection of songs and videos will bring you some comfort.  I also urge to read  Planning A Funeral For A  Baby.    Whether  the service is for an infant or child, I outline 3 critical things that must be achieved in the service.

Ceremony speaks when words fail.  Music has tremendous impact. It is very powerful.   If the family can establish the significance of what has happened, they can begin to start the grieving process.

Click below to listen to a bit of each song. 

Borrowed Angels by Kristin Chenoweth


You Raised Me Up by Josh Grobin


Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton


In My Daughter's Eyes by Martina McBride


Baby Mine by Bette Midler


When The River Meets The Sea by John Denver and The Muppets


God's Will by Martina McBride


Goodnight My Angel by Billy Joel


Come Some Rainy Day by Wynonna Judd


 Over The Rainbow


One More Day by Diamond Rio


He's My Son by Mark Schultz 


God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You by N-Sync


Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep by Twila Paris


Come Sail Away from Pirates of The Caribbean


My Immortal by Evanescenes


Forever Young by Rod Stewart


Dumbo's Mother's Song


  A selection of Child funeral poems.

  • most popular songs
  • beautiful background music
  • suitable child's funeral songs
  • classic rock songs
  • country music
  • easy listening music
  • heaven and angel songs
  • instrumental and classical music
  • jazz and blues
  • funeral hymns
  • Catholic Funeral Hymns
  • Christian Music
  • Old Favorite Songs
  • Additional Ideas for Songs
  • For a Suicide; Angel On The Breeze
  • Return From Child's Funeral Songs to the Top Funeral Songs

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