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Reba McEntire Brings The Whole Bush Family To Tears With Beautiful Song At George H.W.’s Funeral

By - 7th December 2018

As you know, on Thursday, former president George H.W. Bush had his final funeral in Houston, Texas. This second service followed the one at the Washington National Cathedral on Wednesday in D.C. This funeral was for the family and close friends to privately grieve.

The Washington service had many touching moments throughout the service. We saw George W. Bush give a very heartfelt and moving eulogy for his father and we heard various other speakers talk about the 41st President of the United States.

But one moment that really touched us was when country singer Reba McEntire came forward and sang “The Lord’s Prayer” in memory of her good friend.

Reba McEntire sings The Lord's Prayer

Reba McEntire sings The Lord’s Prayer for George H.W. Bush

The whole congregation and everybody watching at home were touched by Reba’s moving performance.

The 41st’s son, George W. Bush was moved to tears by her touching performance.

Throughout her touching rendition, you can see George W. Bush wipe away tears with a handkerchief as he watched her sing.

Many people online commented on how much Reba’s performance had touched them as well. People loved listening as Reba McEntire sings The Lord’s Prayer to the congregation. A lot commented that they loved that she delivered a Christian message to honor the former president.

We think she did a beautiful job and it was a really touching way of delivering The Lord’s Prayer to the congregation. George H.W. Bush was a huge fan of Reba McEntire and the two were good friends. The whole family knew how special this would have been for him.

Don’t forget to watch as Reba McEntire sings The Lord’s Prayer at George H.W. Bush’s funeral in the video below. Also, at Happiest we love hearing all of your opinions. So please let us know what you thought of the article in the comment section.?