Clair de Lune - Debussey
Great choice, one of my favourites
Could you add me as a friend smileandbehappy? :P
darling nikki by prince
Pink Foyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' because in addition to the great music, the long long tracks would nicely delay my departure!
Oh I dunno, ring of fire by Johnny Cash
Amazing Grace by the pipes and drums of the Black Watch Guard<br />
I'm Scottish ya know
I prefer the sounds of nature- birds chirping, crickets cricketing, the wind rustling throught the trees and tall grasses, ocean waves softly in the distance- tranquility
if it be your will - leonard cohen - i would die content
I Did It My Way.
I'm amazed nobody's suggested "Who wants to live for ever?" by Queen<br />
But I'm also thinking that "Not Fade Away" by Buddy Holly might be good. <br />
But if it's a slow and painful death, I can't think of anything better than Miles Davis' "So What!"
I've never been there. I don't think many deaths are painless and short. We come in screaming, and go out whimpering
riff i agree with what u said..... sad way to end a life
Run to the Hills - Iron Maiden
Kiss the Rain by Yiruma or Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven
On this question there is only one answer for me: "Who want's to live forever" by Queen. This powerful music will be my companion to the afterlife and I hope the music will comfort those who weep and mourn for me.<br />
Thanks for this interesting question.
Ghost Love Score by Nightwish. At 10 minutes and 2 seconds long, it would give me plenty of time to say my goodbyes. Plus, it's a perfect blend of the symphonic side of heavy metal with a world class symphony orchestra and vocal choir.
In my life - The Beatled
Sholom, song 666 in the Methodist song book.
What A Waste - Ian Dury and the Blockheads
"Bird Girl" by Antony Johnson
Coldplay- Square One
Dust in the Wind, because man, that song just goes on forever....