ANSWERS: 100
  • Heart of Life, by john mayer. i love that song.
  • Assuming that I would probably be dying through some fault of my own, I'm going to say 'Just' by Radiohead.
  • "Time is on my side" by the rolling Stones.
  • This Is The Sea by the Waterboys These things you keep Youd better throw them away You wanna turn your back On your soulless days Once you were tethered And now you are free Once you were tethered Well now you are free That was the river This is the sea! Now if youre feelin weary If youve been alone too long Maybe youve been suffering from A few too many Plans that have gone wrong And youre trying to remember How fine your life used to be Running around banging your drum Like its 1973 Well that was the river This is the sea! Wooo! Now you say youve got trouble You say youve got pain You sayve got nothing left to believe in Nothing to hold on to Nothing to trust Nothing but chains Youre scouring your conscience Raking through your memories Scouring your conscience Raking through your memories But that was the river This is the sea yeah! Now I can see you wavering As you try to decide Youve got a war in your head And its tearing you up inside Youre trying to make sense Of something that you just cant see Trying to make sense now And you know you once held the key But that was the river And this is the sea! Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah! Now I hear theres a train Its coming on down the line Its yours if you hurry Youve got still enough time And you dont need no ticket And you dont pay no fee No you dont need no ticket You dont pay no fee Because that was the river And this is the sea!
  • probably stan from eminem or something from eminem
  • Mine HAS to be "After Hours" by The Velvet Underground. The voice of Moe Tucker is so innocent and pure, as death should be. (Avoid images of the lovely Edie Sedgwick and just listen, just listen...)
  • wild horses- rolling stones
  • The only way to go is with The Beatles' "A Day in the Life." The intro, appropriately enough, is simple and calm. Then you get your first crescendo as a trial run for the end. Your heart will race and your mind won't stop. Then it gets peppy. You can just picture Ringo boppin' his head to the beat. "Woke up, got outta bed, dragged a comb across my head... went upstairs and had a smoke, and somebody spoke and I went into a dream..." And then a dreamy sequence before the return to the intro again... And then the crescendo! .......... Massive piano chord that very slowly decays...BWUUUUUUUUUuuuuuuummmmmmmm.......... (curtain)
  • Highway to hell by acdc
  • Breaking Benjamin - You Fight Me You fight me, flat on my lonely face I fell. Finding in the end, all is well. In light of the life that I have found, it's coming down. I know it isn't real, but it's easy to beat me. Life is sink or swim. Love is blinding, no surviving. I don't know what a world to be at. I can show that I need to see this. No time for lies and empty fights. I'm on your side. Can we live a life of peace and happiness? I don't think so. Looking, I am scared to lose the things I love. I'm in control. [Chorus] This is how, this is how it's going to end. Everyone is waiting here for everyone. Leave me alone. [Chorus] This is how, this is how it's going to end
  • That old song "I'll die in your arms tonight" if you know what song I'm talking about.
  • Another one bites the dust by queen.
  • Nina Simone: For all we know http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tArxVeaA08 (I'm a sentimental bastard...)
  • Just play Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da by the Beatles, and I'll be dead in no time.
  • The Ninth Symphony by Beethoven.
  • 100 Years by Five for Fighting.
  • "New Life" by X. I just love the deliciously ironic idea of lighing myself on fire and leaping from a skyscraper in flaming blaze of glory, with that song blaring at top volume in the background to remind me that no matter how grand and unforgettable my death is to me and those around me, life and civilization just plod on unheading of little old me.
  • The Killers- Smile Like You Mean It :D
  • Angel by Sara McLaughlin
  • Angel - Sarah McLachlin
  • The fourth movement of Ludwig van Beethoven's ninth symphony which incorporates a part of "Ode an die Fruede" (Ode to Joy) by Friedrich Shiller. I can't think of a better song to celebrate my mortality.
  • I Hope You Dance by Leann Womack :)
  • Don't Stop Me Now - Queen. Definately one of the best songs ever in my opinion.
  • Hmm... tricky one. There's a couple I think. REM (of course) and Imitation of Life Charades, pop skill Water hyacinth, named by a poet. Imitation of life Like a koi in a frozen pond Like a goldfish in a bowl I dont want to hear you cry Thats sugarcane that tasted good Thats cinnamon thats hollywood Cmon cmon no one can see you try You want the greatest thing The greatest thing since bread came sliced. Youve got it all, youve got it sized. Like a friday fashion show teenager Freezing in the corner Trying to look like you dont try Thats sugarcane that tasted good. Thats cinnamon thats hollywood Cmon cmon no one can see you try No one can see you cry Thats sugarcane that tasted good Thats freezing rain thats what you could Cmon cmon no one can see you cry This sugarcane This lemonade This hurricane, Im not afraid. Cmon cmon no one can see me cry This lightning storm This tidal wave This avalanche, Im not afraid. Cmon cmon no one can see me cry Thats sugarcane that tasted good Thats who you are, thats what you could Cmon cmon no one can see you cry Thats sugarcane that tasted good Thats who you are, thats what you could Cmon cmon no one can see you cry Or Scissor Sisters It Can't Come Quickly Enough Sailling through the tunnels In the morning by yourself There's a very special feeling True sensation all is well If you stand and reach your arms out wide Close your eyes and try to fly It's an underground illusion Tricking you from side to side We knew all the answers And we shouted them like anthems Anxious and suspicious That God knew how much we cheated It can't come quickly enough And now you've spent your life Waiting for this moment And when you finally saw it come It passed you by and left you so defeated Skyscrapers rise between us Keeping me from finding you If the concrete architecture Dissapeared there'd be so few Of us left to navigate and Defend ourselves from the tide It's an underground illusion Tricking you from side to side There's no indication of What we were meant to be Sucking up to strangers Throwing wishes to the sea It can't come quickly enough And now you've spent your life Waiting for this moment And when you finally saw it come It passed you by and Left you so defeated I think those two would be pretty good, until I start digging out some more music and remember some other songs that probably fit better
  • Goodbye Cruel World - Pink Floyd Perfik
  • The Wind by Cat Stevens. And you would all cry and cry!!! It's such a sad song. The Wind: I listen to the wind To the wind of my soul Where Ill end up well I think, Only God really knows Ive sat upon the setting sun But never, never never never I never wanted water once No, never, never, never I listen to my words but They fall far below I let my music take me where My heart wants to go I swam upon the devils lake But never, never never never Ill never make the same mistake No, never, never, never
  • I think "Behind Blue Eyes" by the Who.
  • Will You Remember Me? by Sarah MacLaughlin.
  • All Over Now by The Rolling Stones Baby used to stay out all night long, she made me cry she done me wrong, she hurt my eyes open thats no lie, tables turn'n now its her turn to cry. Because I used to love her, but its all over now!
  • Lord prepare me to be a sanctuary Pure and Holy Tried and true with thanksgiving I'll be a living sanctuary for you.
  • My love singing "You are my sunshine." I know, I know. Gag.
  • "Celebration" by that 1970's disco group (joke). What song would I die to? I guess "Birthday" by taproot, basically, any song by the bands I'm in to. Also, "Through my Eyes" by The Creation(I think, I have no idea who wrote that song)-"If you could see through my eyes, you would get a big surprise, things you've never seen before, things you've never seen or..."(don't know the words-I only heard the Sex Pistols version of this song).
  • "Celebration" by that 1970's disco group (joke). What song would I die to? I guess "Birthday" by taproot, basically, any song by the bands I'm in to. Also, "Through my Eyes" by The Creation(I think, I have no idea who wrote that song)-"If you could see through my eyes, you would get a big surprise, things you've never seen before, things you've never seen or..."(don't know the words-I only heard the Sex Pistols version of this song).
  • Chasing cars by snow patrol as I swallow the pills and lay back on my bed for the last time in my living consciousness
  • highschool lover by air
  • My Way..Frank Sinatra
  • come as you are by nirvana
  • "Comfortably Numb" by Pink Floyd
  • goodbye -mudvayne 14. Goodbye [Special Edition DVD] Pendulum stops and falls away Life sifted through like sand Storms of summer rain Flooding lifelines in our hands Our skin of blood and bone Gently close to dust and blows Our home of blood and bone Pulls through the ground and so.... Unstoppable These feelings of loss So unstoppable Egging through to the marrow of bones Just let it go Pain willing in your eyes Just let me go Dry the tears that fall And remember When everything is typical I'll be the wish upon a star I've found a place so magical Goodbye.... See you another goodbye I... See you another goodbye See you another goodbye See you another... Peeling killers rise Precious circle is mended Sense vertigo in you So I'll be your halo So unstoppable My love for you So unstoppable Memories of you Just remember When everything is typical I'll be the wish upon a star I've found a place so magical But still please... Someone, Help Me, Grab Me, Save Me Now, Distrust, Darkened, Daylight, I've lost sight Someone, Help Me, Grab Me, Save Me Now, Distrust, Darkened, Daylight, I've lost sight Remember That nothing here is typical I'll be the wish upon a star I've lost something so magical And gone so far Just remember When everything seems difficult I'll be shining from a far When it feels like things have gone away I'll see you again I'll see you again, Goodbye I'll see you again, Goodbye I'll see you again, Goodbye I'll see you again, Goodbye I'll see you again, Goodbye..
  • "The End", by The Beatles. "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make"
  • Something by Leonard Cohen. Maybe "A Thousand Kisses Deep".
  • I would have to say Seasons in the Sun or Beethovens Moonlight Sonata
  • Björk's "Human Behaviour" It would rock me into a kind of peaceful sleep in the shade of the jungle I can imagine so clearly when I hear this song.
  • I would choose "I Believe" sung by Diamond Rio.
  • My Boyfriend and My Favorite song was Its so Natural (George Strait) We heard it the Very First time Together When I Lost him... it was Playing on the Radio.(had just turned the radio up when it happened) So it is also the Song I would Like to Hear Last.
  • A little-known but really cool song called Wild Frontier, by Randy Stonehill...
  • Definatly Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeplin Dont forget the Dolly Parton Version. Blegh!!
  • Nobody gets too much heaven no more...... That BeeGees song.
  • When i get where im goin brad paisley
  • And When I Die - Blood, Sweat and Tears
  • Season's in the Sun.
  • In My Time of Dyin' seems like an appropriate choice.
  • graceland - paul simon
  • spirit in the sky by norman greenbaum.
  • "Coma" by Guns n' Roses
  • I think I'd have to say Strawberry Fields by The Beatles. It's one of those songs that gets you high on the rhythm and just so relaxed. Not to mention it sounds like the end of something. Like it would be used at the end of a movie, or the last song of a dance. It just works for endings in my oppinion. at least if I died listening to it I would get that high, and die in a kind of bliss. idk if that makes sense to anyone, but it does to me.
  • Funeral for a Friend by Elton John It starts out with the really powerful death sounding organ tune, but it's rhythm is upbeat by the end. That's how I'd want my death to be...powerful, but everyone upbeat after.
  • Dope Show by Marilyn Manson Pics for serious18:
  • I don't want to die...
  • My mom wants us to play the ending song of 'Babe' at her funeral.
  • Mad World from Donnie Darko
  • sugar were goin DOWNNN
  • "Wake Up Dead Man" by U2. Not that I particularly like it, but I think it's appropiate for the case given ;)
  • I would choose "sail away" by David gGray. I have got it on cd and every time i listen to it, it makes me experience a sort of inner peace. By listening to this i think i would feel stong and content when leaving this world for the next. It really is a beautiful song and as one of the lines say "what will be will be".
  • hells bells by AC/DC or Wake me up when september ends by Green Day
  • "Is That All There Is": Not really. I would have to think long and hard on this one because life's so dang awesome, profound, painful & most of all, wonderful!
  • pain- by three days grace if it was a painful death. if it was not a painful death i would choose. bring me to life- by evenescence
  • I would have to say "God Bless the Broken Road" that was suppost to be our wedding song. Or this old Irish lament that I can't remember the name of. It's on the Cheiftan's "Tears of Stone" and it's sung by Natilie Merchant (my fav). There's a line in there "No stays are around my waist, no combs are in my hair, I will wear no scarf around my neck for it's safe my beauty fades. And never will I marry, not until the day I die. For these fowl winds and this stormy sea have come between my Love and I". It may not have been the sea, but it's close enough to how I feel to fit.
  • The Child in Us by Enigma.
  • Good Charlotte - Hold On, Good Charlotte - Mountain, Hawthorne Heights - Saying Sorry or the Beatles - Let it Be
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot lyrics by GEORGE JONES Well, I looked over Jordan and what did I see Comin' for to carry me home A band of angels comin' after me Comin' for to carry me home. Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home. Well, If you get there before I do Comin' for to carry me home Tell all of my friends that I'm a-comin' too I'm comin' for to carry me home. Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home. Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home Swing low, sweet chariot Comin' for to carry me home. Comin' for to carry me home...
  • Imagine- John Lennon
  • "Somewhere only we know" by Keane or "The End" by The Doors
  • Thats easy: Trouble Of The World Performed by Mahalia Jackson *Soon it will be dawn Trouble of the world Trouble of the world Trouble of the world Soon it will be dawn Trouble of the world Going home to hear you're gone No more weeping on Whaley No more weeping on Whaley No more weeping on Whaley Going home to live with my love (Repeat *) Soon we will be done, trouble of Going home to live with my love I want see my Ma I want see my mother My Ma to see my mother Going home to live with God Soon we will be done Trouble of the world Trouble of the world Trouble of the world How soon we will be done With the trouble of the world I am going home to live with God
  • I don't know about dying to a song but after I've died I want someone to sing "Amazing Grace" for me.
  • Rock of Ages. Cleft for me, let me hide my soul in thee.
  • Fix You- Coldplay "When you try your best, but you don't succeed. When you get what you want, but not what you need. When you feel so tried but you can't sleep. Stuck in reverse. Light will guide, you home. And ignite your bones. And I will try, to fix you."
  • Knocking on Heavens Door by Bob Dylan
  • Theme song from the old "Life be in it" ad's.
  • "this is the end" by the doors
  • I Can See Clearly Now I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day. I think I can make it now, the pain is gone All of the bad feelings have disappeared Here is the rainbow I’ve been prayin?for It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day. Look all around, there’s nothin?but blue skies Look straight ahead, nothin?but blue skies I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sun-Shiny day. Johnny Nash
  • the darkness "christmas time"
  • "Rest in Pieces" by Misanthrope...
  • In My Time Of Need - Ryan Adams
  • How to save a life-the fray... since I'm about to die, that song is very siutable...
  • "We shall Behold Him" by Sandy Patti.
  • Take a walk on the wild side
  • Mad World, Tears for Fears
  • Desperados Under the Eaves by Warren Zevon.
  • I woul dproberly die to angels by sarah mc laughlan it's such a beautiful song i love it.....
  • I would go out to "Back in Black" by AC/DC. I just think it would be a badass song to kick off to.
  • Lovin' You, by Minnie Riperton.
  • Going Underground - The Jam
  • The Ghost of You - MCR. A powerful song, might not be to everyones taste but its great. Or maybe Win by Brian McKnight, a brilliant song.
  • it's my party and i'll die if i want to....
  • Who wants to live forever by Queen
  • I have two: Guardian Angel- Red Jumpsuit Apparatus or Yellow- Coldplay But all in all...I really don't want to die.
  • Either My Immortal, All That Im Living For, Farther Away or The Last Song Im Wasting On You. All by Evanescence <3
  • You Raise Me Up- Josh Groban. My friend passed away at 18, as he was hit by a bus well crossing a road. We all went over to his house where his twin sister sat, and everyone sat in silence. This song has a joyous way to my heart but also represents a whole new level of letting go...I would want to die with everyone remembering just like we all did about him, a great soul.

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