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The music played during the service should be nothing too obvious; the following songs must be avoided:
- Wild Horses
- The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia
- Anything by Morrissey
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Photographs covering the deceased’s life are acceptable, and should cover his entire life’s span, as much as possible. The baby photo where he is pants-less and pointing at the bathtub may now, as the deceased decreed when he was 11 years old, be available for all to see.
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The body should be dressed in the new waver style favored by the deceased in the late ‘80s. Look in the back of his closet for the garment bag marked SAVE for the proper outfit. Included with the outfit is a photo of the deceased from that period. The mortician is free to use whatever creative techniques necessary to ensure the clothing fits. If no hair is available to style as depicted in the photo, some should be procured, preferably through legal channels.
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The deceased’s guitars should be displayed near the body. They should not be arranged in a V-shape or anything resembling an altar. Funerary wreaths in flowers appropriate to that season may be draped over the necks of the guitars; however, no more than one (1) wreath per neck.
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The funeral service will end soon after the deceased’s body is jettisoned into orbit around his home planet.
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