“Life is Eternal” – performed by Carly Simon

“Life is Eternal” – performed by Carly Simon

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking
About growing older and moving on
Nobody wants to be told that they’re getting on
For a long, long stay
But just how long and who knows
And how and where my spirit will go
Will it soar like Jazz on a saxophone
Or evaporate on a breeze
Won’t you tell me please
That life is eternal
And love is immortal
And death is only a horizon
Life is eternal
As we move into the light
And a horizon is nothing
Save the limit of our sight
Save the limit of our sight

Here on earth I’m a lost soul
Ever trying to find my way back home
Maybe that’s why each new star is born
Expanding heaven’s room
Eternity in bloom
And will I see you up in that heaven
In all it’s light will I know you’re there
Will we say the things that we never dared
If wishing makes it so
Won’t you let me know
That life is eternal
And love is immortal
And death is only a horizon
Life is eternal
As we move into the light
And a horizon is nothing
Save the limit of our sight
Save the limit of our sight

The song “Life is Eternal” was performed by Carly Simon and it was also written by him together with Teese Gohl. It is one of those very meaningful songs that you can find which will be very suitable for the funeral services of a deceased member of the family who died naturally because of a disease or due to old age.

The song talks about the reality of getting old and how life has been enjoyed to the fullest that even death is seen as nothing. It is all about contentment. People who enjoyed life will have no regrets when they grow old and when life is taken away from them.

For all those who really love their deceased grandparents, they want you to know that love does not get interrupted because of death. There is no need to worry because the lyrics say, “love is immortal” and that all of you will see each other again in heaven.

People who have lost their favorite grandparents really dig this song because of its meaning.

There are more funeral songs that you will be able to find at www.songmeanings.net.

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