Diamond Rio- Fuenral Songs

“One More Day” – performed by Diamond Rio

“One More Day” – performed by Diamond Rio

Last night I had a crazy dream
a wish was granted just for me
it could be for anything
I didn’t ask for money
or a mansion in Malibu
I simply wished for one more day with you!

One more day, one more time
one more sunset, maybe I’d be satisfied
but then again, I know what it would do
Leave me wishing still for one more day with you
one more day

First thing I’d do is pray for time to crawl
I’d unplug the telephone and keep the TV off
I’d hold you every second
say a million I love you’s
that’s what I’d do with one more day with you

One more day, one more time
one more sunset maybe I’d be satisfied
but then again I know what it would do
leave me wishing still for one more day with you

one more day, one more time
one more sunset maybe I’d be satisfied
but then again I know what it would do
leave me wishing still for one more day
leave me wishing still for one more day
leave me wishing still for one more day with you.

“One More Day” was written by Steven Jones and Bobby Wayne Tomberlin. It was performed by Diamond Rio. Upon hearing the lyrics of the song as it is being sung, you will be able to feel the longing that the lines portray.

When a member in the family dies and the body has already undergone basic cremation or has already been buried, the family members will definitely feel the loss. Once the people go back to how things were before the death, it will be difficult to bring the pieces back together when a member is already missing. This song tells the listeners that exact emotion. The lines say that people who have lost someone close and dear to them always wish to spend even just a single day with the deceased person.

It is as if the family is still looking for that closure and assurance that their loved one who dies is now resting in peace. This extra day that they are looking for will be enough to show them that everything is okay. It will also be the time to say everything that they wanted to say and do the things that they never get to do together. Unfortunately, these things will only be possible in dreams because nothing can bring back the life of a deceased person.

The piece is perfect to play during a service of a family member or a life partner. It shows how the family treasures the deceased, even in his or her death.

There are more songs similar to this at www.songmeanings.net. The funeral songs that you will find there will have meanings contributed by other users who have gone through the same loss that you are experiencing right now.