Say goodbye to Aretha Franklin has thousands of people lured. There were long drive for the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History, where the Queen of Soul lay in state. Franklin lay in an open coffin, in a pastelblauwe dress. On the first day that people could salute, she was wearing something red. During the wait were the fans from the many stalls of memorabilia to buy, such as t-shirts, buttons, photos or cds of their idol.