Reba McEntire Performs 'The Lord's Prayer' at George H.W. Bush Funeral Service


Reba McEntire sang a shifting rendition of "The Lord's Prayer" on the funeral service for former president George H.W. Bush on Thursday, Dec. 6. 

Written by Albert Hay Malotte in 1935, the tune options verses immediately from The Bible. "Which artwork in heaven/Hallowed be Thy title," Reba started. "Thy kingdom come/Thy will probably be executed/On Earth/As it's in heaven." During her efficiency, former president and son, George W. Bush was seen wiping away tears whereas sitting entrance row at his father's service.

The Texas funeral noticed about 1,200 family and friends in attendance, together with celebrities like Reba McEntire and The Oak Ridge Boys, who additionally carried out an a cappella model of "Amazing Grace."

The formal Washington D.C. funeral this week included town's energy figures, 5 of the nation's residing presidents, and plenty of extra attendees.

Mcentire later took to Twitter to share type phrases in regards to the former president. "It was an honor and privilege to sing at President George H.W. Bush’s funeral this morning," she wrote. "He was an awesome pal and chief and I'll always remember the time we shared collectively."

Watch Reba's rendition of "The Lord's Prayer" under.