McGuinness Flint – When I’m Dead and Gone

When I die I don’t want people laughing at my funeral and going on about how I wouldn’t have wanted tears. I want full mourning and wailing and Shannon and the kids having to be dragged off my coffin because they refuse to let me go. I want the opposite, in fact, of what’s being requested in this song. And none of that wonderfully jaunty mandolin either.

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