Friday, September 16, 2011

The Black Eyed Peas Can't Sing At My Funeral :-(

Tonight's Gonna Be A Good Night...I love that song in the morning. I know it's not very good but it's so much fun. Me and Fergie, we're tight.  I told my kids I wanted that song played at my funeral because I was going to heaven and be with my old family and God. It would be a party and a very good night. But Lexie, who is 14, said no, I can't have the Black Eyed Peas singing at my funeral.  Because it would sound like everyone was happy and dancing BECAUSE I was dead. 
Still...tonight's gonna be a good night!

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1 comment:

  1. Try again in a few years. I was around that age when dad tried to throw a his own funeral so he could give the eulogy. I staunchly opposed it, at that age I wasn't ready for my dad to be considering his funeral, so he dropped it. A few years later I 'got it' and appreciated what he was going for (now I wish I could have heard what he would have delivered for a eulogy). At any rate, give her a Sandor a few more years, then they'll be more ready for that kind of idea.

    Or just leave it in your will, then they will feel guilty if they don't play it.