Fred Phelps–14 Best Songs for His Funeral


Fred Phelps, the hateful, horrible, evil man who died today at the age of 84, is finally gone from the earth. Join in the celebration of Fred Phelps’ death by enjoying these 14 songs that would be best for his funeral. There has been a lot of talk and debate about whether his funeral should be picketed. What should really happen is everyone should have a huge party, complete with gyrating gay men in leather and everyone dancing in celebration of the death of this horrible man. With Fred Phelps gone, the families who he hurt so badly can begin to finally heal.

We start off with Rare Earth, I Just Want to Celebrate, to kick off the party.

Pheral Williams’ song, Happy, expresses how thousands of people feel today after the death of Fred Phelps.

Madonna sings it best when she says let’s have a Holiday and celebrate!

The 14 best songs for Fred Phelps’ funeral would not be complete without the classic Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead from The Wizard of Oz.

Miley Cyrus sings Party in the USA to keep the party rockin’!

Along with Lionel Richie, thousands or maybe even millions of people all over the world will be Dancing on the Ceiling as they send Fred Phelps where he belongs: six feet under ground.

Time for a slow dance with your same-sex honey! Enjoy Celine Dione’s, A New Day Has Come as you glory in the glow of the fact that Phelps’ outer appearance will soon match his soul.

Rev it back up with the wonderful Pink, and Get This Party Started once again.

Katrina and the Waves express the feelings of so many today as we exhault in the joy that Fred Phelps’ death has caused us, with the infectious tune Walking on Sunshine.

You are correct, U2, is certainly is a Beautiful Day today; the day when Fred Phelps is no longer around to spread his hatred for the LGBT community and members of military by picketing their funerals, bringing much pain to their loved ones.

Next up on the 14 best song to play at Fred Phelps’ funeral is from the Steve Miller Band with the groovy, classic hit Dance, Dance, Dance.

That’s right, Pitbull and Christina Agulara, we all want to really, really Feel This Moment.

If there is any afterlife, Fred Phelps will hopefully listen to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, as they explain about Same Love, a concept that Phelps was too ignorant to understand while he was alive.

The final word to the hateful Fred Phelps comes from Queen, for truly, as we celebrate Phelps’ too-long-in-coming demise, We Are the Champions!

So there you have it–the 14 best songs to play at Fred Phelps’ funeral. So far, there’s been no word on any arrangements, but be sure to tweet this playlist to his family and everyone who will be attending any memorial service that might take place. Also be sure to share this list with your friends and family on Facebook and all of your other social media networks!

By: Rebecca Savastio

5 Responses to "Fred Phelps–14 Best Songs for His Funeral"

  1. Some anonymous guy   August 26, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    You should’ve listed “Believe,” by Dig and “Shallow Be thy Game,” by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

  2. bigg3469   March 21, 2014 at 8:23 am

    Also Everyone Rejoice from The Wiz should be also added to the list.

  3. bigg3469   March 21, 2014 at 8:21 am

    One more, Celebration by Kool and the Gang.

  4. Kimberly Ruble   March 20, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    LOL this was wonderful!!!

  5. ThatOneGuy?   March 20, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    No, Highway to Hell-AC/DC?


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