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  1. Seven Nation Army is definitely from the White Stripes band. For some reason, it seems to me that this song will be very useful in any unexpected and shocking situation (death is the very case).

  2. Linkin Park – Leave out all the rest.�

    For me, this is the best song for such an occasion, and I would like my loved one to listen to it with me, because these words will come from my heart … �

    When my time comes, forget the wrong that I've done, help me leave behind some reasons to be missed.

    Don't resent me, and when you're feeling empty – keep me in your memory, leave out all the rest…

  3. Depeche mode – Waiting for the night. They started my love for music, so it would be symbolic to end my life with Martin's words.:

    “There is a star in the sky,

    Guiding my way with its light,

    And in the glow of the moon,

    Know my deliverance will come soon.”

  4. I would have gritted my teeth and gathered all my will into a fist, listened to Russian rap. To finally clearly prove that people can die from Russian turnips and it would be banned. At least I'll die with dignity

  5. Pixies – Where Is My Mind, of course.
    You can imagine that angels sing to everyone at the end, and they do it in the same way and in a chamber way. And then your moment comes, and the angel starts singing, “whoooo” (as it is sung at the beginning of this song), but they say, “STOP”(as it is done at the beginning of this song); they say that this dude had a completely different life to sing his funeral service like that, and the song starts playing, and the angel continues to make the only sound in the background that he managed before

  6. When I was in high school, I was a fan of the band “Kino” and I wanted the song “Goodnight”to be played at my wake. The touching, minor-key song perfectly conveys the atmosphere of separation from a person who is leaving forever. I imagined a melody coming out of the speakers, people listening, crying, remembering what I was like, and so on.

    And now, I don't know, probably some old rock ' n ' roll thing, like Buddy Holly or the early Beatles. Or anything from the 50s or 70s. Something fun to eat.

  7. I can't choose one thing.�

    The Largest Prime Number-Eternal Explosion?

    And probably all the other tracks are lost.

    Or all those songs that were written/will be written/by my close people and all that I once came up with myself

  8. Mazzy Star and her song Look On Down From To Bridge.�

    I have more than two thousand songs in my playlist,�

    But this one is the most beautiful.�

    I always listen for the first and last time.�

  9. The sound of real silence. If only I could find out what it sounds like before I die. Or a track of your own composition playing on the radio, although it's better to hear it long before you die) Or wake me up Avicii

  10. I could give a lot of tracks, and I deeply agree with the answer above, about the track Seven Nation Army is a great song. In general, I would like to hear something festive, for me personally. It's either something from the Ramones or the Sex Pistols, some simple light punk. If there were no song of Civil defense – On the other side.

    Quite an esoteric song, although I myself am far from all this, I prefer materialism after all. But because it suggests a certain possibility of rebirth, I want to hear it. Instead of dying with the thought that everything is over. Moreover, no one knows one hundred percent that life after death ends. Even from a scientific point of view, with such a correct one, in order to prove something, you need to conduct experiments. Which seems completely impossible in this case.�

    And here in such festive optimism to die, believing in all those fancy abstractions that I managed to accumulate in my life.

  11. Natalie Merchant – Space Oddity�

    Or if without vocals T Till Broenner – Space Oddity�

    Still, I would like to think about something high and far, about space, about humanity, progress.

  12. I would like to hear something from the classics. Something that even before death you wanted to nod your head in time. For example, 2Pac-Hit ' Em Up. Or N. W. A-Hello

  13. Enya – Boadicea

    Or the main theme from the movie Jurassic Park ' 93.

    As a child, I listened to them a lot, and now for me it's like a portal to a good and carefree time, where I learned cinema.

  14. Linkin Park – Final Masquerade

    “Tearing me apart with words you wouldn't say,

    And suddenly tomorrow's a moment washed away.

    'Cause I don't have a reason, and you don't have the time,

    But we both keep on waiting for something we won't find.

    The light on the horizon was brighter yesterday,

    With shadows floating over, the scars begin to fade.

    We said it was forever but then it slipped away,

    Standing at the end of the final masquerade…”

  15. shadow moses (bmth), although I'm a fan of their old work,but I really enjoyed this track.It has everything I love so much about heavy music.

    I advise everyone to listen to this track and the album itself:)

  16. Everyone plays sad tracks somehow. Do you want to die despondent? If not, then here is:

    Placebo – Bright Lights

    Del Shannon – Runaway


  17. Well, I don't have a track, but a whole playlist, songs that strongly influenced me.

    The Pixies – Where is my mind;
    The Doors- The End;
    Wallace Collection – Daydream;
    The Dø–Dust it Off.

  18. The entire discography of BEP and Lana Del Rey.�

    I try to answer in 140 characters, but I can't, I got sucked in by TheQuestion.�

    The answer must not be less than 140 characters long.

  19. Либо�the neighbourhood – born to burn

    Ибо “I was born to burn to burn

    I grew up to live to live

    it is still around, it is still in me”

    Or�Behind Blue Eyes performed by�Limp Bizkit, just probably because a beautiful song for a beautiful ending.

  20. Joy Division – Shadowplay.

    In the shadowplay, acting out your own death, knowing no more,
    As the assassins all grouped in four lines, dancing on the floor,
    And with cold streel, odour on their bodies mad a move to connect,
    But I could only stare in disbelief as the crowds all left.

  21. A song by Bremen Town musicians from the beginning of the second part. The one with Para-pa-pam. Let life end as it began. This song inevitably evokes positive emotions in me.

  22. letlive. – I've Learned To Love Myself�
    In general, it is difficult to select only one track, because there are more than 2 thousand in the playlist and each song is the best for me.

  23. There are few questions in the world to which I know the exact answer, and for better or worse, yours is one of them.

    Tl; dr: it's about one specific song, link and title below.

    Before and during my death, I would like to hear something that I personally perceive as grandly simple and sonorously inclusive as life itself. Something that sounds like a huge, powerful coda – and it always sounded to me, even when I didn't really know who was playing the vocals, or what story was connected with this music. Something that, in my opinion, is piercingly beautiful, immortally beautiful, infinitely beautiful, even though it does not go beyond its genre, does not use complicated melodies and outlandish instruments (except for the vocalist's voice, of course) – everyone has heard synthesizers, everyone has heard an orchestra, everyone has heard epic soundtracks. This song, in fact, opened my eyes to the solo work of this wonderful singing creature, and it has its own peaks for me, but what we are talking about is beyond anything else. I feel a little uneasy when listening to this song, because there is a vague feeling that this is the end. That right now + – moment I will cease to exist.

    What am I telling you here?

    M83 – Oblivion (w/Susanne Sundfør)

  24. Peter Gabriel – Secret World. I listen to the last one every day, suddenly I won't wake up the next morning…�

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  25. Monthy Python – Always look on the bright side of life

    Probably Evar's favorite song. In addition to the last seconds of life, you can hold a holy chakra with an axe under it, in the name of the highest good

  26. Broken Bells – October, because)

    “Through the give and take you had to learn

    How to cross the coals and not get burned

    But you`re really just a little girl

    Playing in the park until the sun goes down

    Sometime you want to rise

    One did it's our desire

    No doubt you think you braided your own hair

    So you're all grown up

    Should you want to cross the line

    Which way do you want to fly?

    Pretend that love could help you find your way

    But you've got me wrong

    Yeah, you've got me wrong”

  27. Something epic, like Fut Future World Music–With Great Power. This track will add tragedy to the situation and help me leave beautifully. Just imagine how dramatic it will be, just like in the movies.

  28. Pink Floyd – The Great Gig In The Sky. One of my favorite songs. Yes, and the meaning is very suitable.

    And I am not frightened of dying. Any time will do, I don't mind. Why should I be frightened of dying? There's no reason for it – you've got to go sometime.

  29. It would definitely be The Stranglers with their Golden Brown. And it is desirable that at this moment someone close to you is sitting next to you and whispering a monologue of the narrator from “Big Kush” about Tommy, gypsies and Gorgeous George passed out.

    And-as life experience shows, any sad, incomprehensible, strange or even gloomy situation becomes a little brighter if the background sounds Golden Brown-because you immediately feel like the hero of some strange or psychedelic movie.

  30. Banter – so to the end.
    Monty Python – “Always look on the bright side of life “from” Life of Brian”

    “Life's a piece of shit

    When you look at it

    Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true.

    You'll see it's all a show

    Keep 'em laughing as you go

    Just remember that the last laugh is on you.”

    These are words that can calm me down in any situation. Probably, and in death will help.

  31. 1) Without fail, the legendary Knocking on heaven's door, both performed by Dylan and in a crazy cover from Guns N ' Roses.

    2) Bowie's Five years.�

    3) Imagine Lennon.

  32. From my list of songs, it is difficult to choose a single one, but I think that it would be one of the following suggested: Placebo – I know or it would be possible to refine-May

  33. The song of the group “The Doors” with the loud name “The end”.

    By the way, this song is the soundtrack to the movie “Apocalypse Now” and many consider it a cult.

  34. Nevern gonna giv yu up, nevern gonna let yu down, nevern gonna run eround end desert yu, nevern gonna meik yu edge, nevern gonna sei gutbai, nevern gonna tel e lai end het yu

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