Losing a husband is devastating and music can help you put those painful feelings into words. Funeral songs for a husband represent a relationship full of love and commitment.
Some songs about the death of a husband are slow, soft ballads while other memorial songs for husbands are upbeat. A few songs to play at a funeral for a husband even have a sense of humor.
What are some songs to remember your husband? “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd has to be near the top, especially for classic rock fans. Themes of living in the moment and appreciating experiences emerging over beautiful guitars feel very apropos for the situation. “The Dance” by Garth Brooks is one of many good country funeral songs for husbands.
It's cathartic to cry, but sometimes a smile says it all. Willie Nelson's “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die” or The Beatles “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” look at death in a less serious light. It could help to have upbeat funeral songs to remind you of the good times.
Below, find our list of songs about losing a husband or to help memorialize a husband. Vote up the song you think is most appropriate for a funeral for a husband, and add any songs you think we might have missed.