I've heard this as a reading, but not sung..........

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  1. Listened to it. Best left as a reading.
  2. I agree, a touching piece of work when read, but doesn't pan as a song
  3. Will use it this year as part of the festival of remembrance....
  4. I would have thought that a journalist could at least spell remembrance correctly. Standards are clearly slipping.
  5. I will offer the following in my defence:

    The late hour of the post.

    The high dose of medication currently being taken ( for what my wife describes as 'Man flu', but she calls a cold).

    Bad habits as a result of the use (or lack of) spellcheck ....

  6. I'd assumed you worked for the Grauniad. :)
  7. Dyslexia?
  8. Hiz speel chikker downt wurk!
  9. I guess if I checkecked an individuals 1577 posts there might be the odd spelling error (keying or whatever) ... 8O
  10. Try 1579 posts.....you can't spell and now you can't count.......cnut!
  11. boys play nice!!!

    Do not stand at my grave and weep
    I am not there I do not sleep
    I am a thousand winds that blow
    I am the diamond glint on snow
    Do not stand at my grave and cry
    I am not there - I did not die.
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain
    I am the gentle autumn rain
    When you awake in the morning's hush
    I am the swift uplifting rush
    Of quiet birds in circled flight
    I am the soft stars that shine at night
    Do not stand at my grave and cry
    I am not there - I did not die.

    i read this at my fathers funeral, he was an old sailor, a very old sailor, and we use it every year, as a family to honour him, by the clyde. lol the pride of the clyde