Still Listening: Who You’d Be Today

January 2, 2016

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Today’s featured Still Listening song is “Who You’d Be Today” by Kenny Chesney. “It ain’t fair: you died too young / Like the story that had just begun / But death tore the pages all away. / An’ sometimes I wonder / Who’d you be today?” If you have a favorite song that helps you, feel free to share it in the comments. And follow our Spotify account where you can hear hundreds of songs, listen to playlists, or add to our ever growing list of community-generated songs for parents experiencing loss. https://open.spotify.com/user/stillstandingmagazine




  • Andy Gillette

    Andy Gillette is the father of Simon Alexander Gillette, who was stillborn in February of 2014. He and his wife Genevieve have grown closer through the experience, and find comfort in thinking of their little guy and helping other parents suffering through loss. They are happy to be involved with the Arlington, VA MIS Share support group: Mis Share

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    • Sally

      January 2, 2016 at 12:34 am

      That was nice the song was so nice to listen to made you think, for sure❤️ I had one born dead, one died shortly after one died in childbirth she was 40 son died at44, drug overdose daughter died at 42, drug overdosr sister 40 was murdered and two sisters passed a short time ago 65 lung deseas where they would be today and one 61 to canc and I, like you, wonder where they be today I’ll be 76 Sunday the 3rd and I’m am older then all these p

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