The other day I posted on The Family Plot Blog (http://thefamilyplot.wordpress.com/) the refrain of a song that I heard during a young man's memorial service a year ago about this time. The memorial service was for Ben Kivitz, who died at age 21 of testicular cancer, and was held at Sandia Prep. Can anyone help identify the song and the musician?

"Put the keg on my coffin and think of me ever so often, never lose this day, pray for all my friends. Drink up life like a river 'til the (peace that man or pizza man?) delivers. Smile and know I loved you 'til the end..."

Thanks for any help you can provide!

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Comment by Gail Rubin on December 24, 2009 at 12:51pm
Thanks so much! It looks like I got more than a few words wrong...

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