Moonlight sonata by Beethoven
My heart will go on by Celine dion
Clair de Lune - Debussey
An excellent choice :)
Great choice, one of my favourites
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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
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
But I'm also thinking that "Not Fade Away" by Buddy Holly might be good.
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.
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