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Mainstream music to help through times of loss

Phil Collins

Always On My Mind
Willie Nelson

Sara McLachlan

Angels Among Us

Candle In The Wind
Elton John

Can't Cry Hard Enough
Williams Brothers

Everything I Own

Fill The World With Love
(from 'Goodbye Mr. Chips')

Celine Dion

Go Rest High On That Mountain
Vince Gill

Goodbye My Lover
James Blunt

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
Neil Diamond

Los Lonely Boys

How Can I Help You Say Goodbye
Patty Loveless

I Believe
Diamond Rio

I Believe
LeAnn Rimes

I Believe
Brooks & Dunn

I Miss My Friend
Darryl Worley

I Will Always Love You
Whitney Houston

I Will Remember You
Sarah McLachlan

I Hope You Dance
Lee Ann Womack

I'm Already There

It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday
Boys 2 Men

Keep Hope Alive
Graham Coxon

Last Kiss
Pearl Jam

Love Remains
Collin Raye

Missing You
Diana Ross

Music On The Way
Henry Mancini

My Heart Will Go On
Celine Dion

Nobody Knows
Tony Rich or Kevin Sharp

One Day At A Time
Kris Kristofferson or Kristy Lane

One Last Time
Dusty Drake

One Sweet Day
Mariah Carey

Only For Awhile
Anita Baker

Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own

Somewhere Out There
James Ingram & Linda Ronstadt

Somewhere Over The Rainbow
From ‘Wizard Of Oz’

Streets Of Heaven
Sherrie Austin

Tears In Heaven
Eric Clapton

The Rose
Bette Midler

Through The Eyes Of Love
Melissa Manchester

Time To Say Goodbye
Sarah Brightman & Andrea Bocelli

To Where You Are
Josh Groban

Touched By An Angel
Stevie Nicks

Try To Remember
Ed Ames

Nat & Natalie Cole

What A Difference You Made
B J Thomas

When I Get Where I'm Goin'
Brad Paisley

Wind Beneath My Wings
Bette Midler

Wish You Were Here
Mark Wills

You Are Loved
Josh Groban

You Raise Me Up
Julie Andrews video

You'll Be In My Heart
Phil Collins

You'll Never Walk Alone
from ‘Carousel’

You're Still You
Josh Groban

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