I don’t mean to be morbid when I ask this ,but do you ever think about what music you’d like played at your funeral ? It’s a similar question to ‘what are your desert island discs’ , but with less choice and more poignancy . Well last night I went to Cadogan Hall to see the fabulous ,amazing, uplifting, ‘Pink Singers’- Europe’s longest-running four-part, community choir made up of over 80 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people ( at the last count I ticked 3 of those boxes , it’s just a pity I can’t sing ). They sang some belters – Negro Spiritual, choral , African ,classical, and pure cheese ..including ‘You can’t stop the beat ‘ from Hairspray ( how we loved that when the five of us saw the film in NYC in 2007 – we bought the CD and belted it out all round Orange County )…..’One day More’ from Les Mis ( Jane and I loved it , she bought the CD and we belted it out , from her little Renault 5, all round Souf London )…Bob Dylan’s, but made famous by Adele,’Make you feel my Love’ ( of which everyone has the CD and everyone belts out and has a little weep ). We were particularly proud when they harmonised that last one as our friend,Chris, did the arrangement to it – hope he appreciated me coming in with the descant ,second verse from the end . Anyway ,I digress , I do have my absolute top choice which I want to be the last song ever played for me , and it is …….’Together in Electric Dreams’ by Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder…I just love the energy, the tune , the words , the danciness of it .But last night I heard another one I’ve just added to my list .It is ‘The Rhythm of Life’ by Sammy Davis Jr. Forget the fact it’s sung by someone high on drugs ( his part in Sweet Charity ), just listen ..and tap your foot ..it’s a banker to get people smiling .Plus, I just love the chorus.