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Oak Ridge Boys Paid Tribute To The Late President’s Funeral As Requested By George Bush Himself

Death comes to every man’s life whether you like it or not. It may be sad to leave your loved ones on earth but everything comes to an end. It is nice to see close friends and family members being reunited and stand together as one paying tribute to a lost member of the family. From there you will see the love and care that they share altogether as one.

Oak Ridge Boys is an American country and gospel quartet. Their amazing voices are excellent and are an example of a great talent bestowed by God. These boys are close to the heart of the late President George Bush as he claims to be a big fan of the group. During his funeral, Oak Ridge Boys rendered a heart-melting gospel song “Amazing Grace” to show love and respect to Bush. Compassion and sympathy were felt all over the place in all corners of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church where thousands of people gathered during Bush’s funeral. These boys remembered the first time that they sang for Bush when he was declared as the Vice President at the lawn of the White House.

Several known artists rendered songs to Bush during his funeral. That was the last time that they can pay honor to him as he will be buried next to his wife Barbara Bush. It may be sad to lose such a good person like him but his death is not yet the end of everything. Everyone that was inspired by his life was given the chance to learn something wherein they could apply it to themselves to make a better version of them. Our lives on earth are temporary. People might forget us but all the good deeds that we did will always be remembered. God knows the story of your life and He sees those who have accepted Him as their Lord and Savior.

WATCH: Oak Ridge Boys sing ‘Amazing Grace’ at George H.W. Bush Houston funeral
Oak Ridge Boys, the country and gospel vocal quartet, sang “Amazing Grace” at the 41st president’s funeral Thursday at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas. They were old friends of George H.W. Bush.

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