Remembering the Las Vegas shooting victims: Part 6

Heather Melton, whose husband Sonny Melton was one of the 58 people killed, said she would bury him in his favorite Eric Church shirt.
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In theaters Friday, October 20th. I'm here to surprise Natalia, this incredibly wonderful spirit that I met such a horrible night, on Sunday night at route 91. You guys okay? I need a -- I need to get her transported to the hospital. Its very emotional coming back to this hospital, it's ah, a lot of stuff happened here. You look stunning. I wanna give you a hug because I've been I didn't give you a hug for four days. Hi love. How you doing? Thank you for coming. Absolutely. You're amazing. Thank you. I will be able to heal knowing that I made a difference, because there's a feeling that I didn't do enough. And I think a lot of us first responders feel that way because there is a lot of people who didn't make it. The reason I'm here tonight is because of Heather Milton, her husband sonny who died. Over here. Section three row F there's some empty seats. I don't want his name to be forgotten. And I want more people to know the name sonny Melton than they know whoever that guy is who shot us. Something broke in me Sunday night when that happened and the only way I ever fixed anything has been broken in me is with music. So I wrote a song. ??? When the morning sun ??? This shirt has become a symbol of him to me and I'll always remember him wearing this shirt. I plan on burying sonny in this shirt. ??? I asked the god of all knowing wisdom ??? ??? why you and why not me ??? Music brings people together. And coming together like that in response to an event like this, it helps everyone heal. When you see the faces of the victims, you see how different they were. They are people from all over the country. They were African-American's, his hispanics, gays and straights. A community not based on anything except love of the music. ??? Why you full of life and promise ??? ??? at the top of your lung so loud ??? ??? my songs that you sang so sweetly remain in my ears forever ??? ??? when the morning sun hits the mountain ??? ??? and a glorious still calms the breeze ??? ??? I'll ask the god ??? ??? why you and why not me ??? ??? ??? The faces and the families forever changed. We cannot forget. I'm David Muir from all of us here at "20/20" and ABC news,

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