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  • You don't and that's what's going to make it all the more beautiful, touching and real. My condolences to you and your family.
  • DC, Just do the very best you can. Everyone will know it is a hard ask and I am sure they will understand if you show your emotion. Condolences to you. Salaam
  • I agree with both Theby and Gtravels, the only thing it seems you can do is try. If your emotion comes out, let it. Everyone will understand. Condolences to you and your family.
  • DwarfClown I am so sorry!!!!!I did not know until now.(((Hugs)))
  • I don't think it is possible to be honest. But I think everyone will understand. Do your best and that is all you can do! invis. +5
  • I don't know how you could. I guess you could just keep practicing the song until you're as comfortable as possible singing it. Perhaps that way you could even enhance your singing by giving a compelling emotional edge to the song. Have you told the person who asked you about the potentially emotional effect the occasion will have on your singing?
  • My sincere sympathy to you, your niece and your family.
  • I am so sorry to hear that! You do the best you can and if you let a tear fall it will be joined by everyone attending. The tears will be falling for him and that's understandable.
  • You probably are not the right person right now to do the singing. You might distress the rest of the attendees, etc. A stranger and member of the Church sang on "Eagle's Wings" at my Son's funeral in September. Four people did a eulogy (one was a brother-in-law.) Condolences to you and the rest of the family. It is a hard thing and us older folk should go before our children and grand children.
  • It will not be easy and a lot of the times cannot be done. But hey thats alright because it shows you sing with emotion. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and yours.
  • Dwarf Clown im very sorry to hear of your bad news, my condolences and prayers go to you and your family!
  • Can you stand behind a curtain or off to the side so that people can't see you? If you don't have to look at the grieving family/friends it might make it easier for you. If you do begin to weep they won't have to see you either. Condolences m'dear.
  • My thoughts are with you, DC. Hope all goes well for you today. hugs

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