They lined the highways and streets to usher his casket to the Kennedy Library, where tens of thousands filed past to pay their respects. Again they lined the streets and highways around Boston in the pouring rain, as Ted Kennedy made his final trip to Washington. There, they lined the streets and stood in front of the Capitol, where colleagues and former staff waited, and when the casket was about to depart, the crowd spontaneously sang "America the Beautiful," and people called out "Thank you!" and "We love you!" as the hearse moved slowly towards Arlington. There, in the swiftly falling darkness, the final ceremonies, the final loving words--this time from grandchildren--and as lightning flashed in the distance, Edward Moore Kennedy joined his brothers again.
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