One Song Before You Go...

OK a bit of fun (I've been drinking)you can listen to only one song before you depart this mortal coil,it's a big question,what would you listen to,it may define you,it may remind you,it might make you laugh,cry,no cop outs like really long tracks for hanging on,one song that's all,what would it be?...........
Two Step by Dave Mathews
Strawberry Alarmclock-Incense and Peppermints
Her Majesty--The Beatles
Snatch it back and hold it...

Junior Wells
Convoy-- CW McCall
Golden Slumbers The Beatles
Tin Pan Alley...Stevie Ray Vaughn
Before the Deluge- Jackson Brown
Good night sweetheart, well it's time to go! :)

imagine-john lennon
Good day to die - Travis
Koksnodel - La Dusseldorf
boat on the river ,styx
donulmez aksamýn ufkundayýz
soz:y.kemal beyatlý
beste:munir nurettin selcuk
Say Hello Wave Goodbye - David Gray
And When I Die --- Blood Sweat & Tears!
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters...Elton John
Come to Me Lamb
Lacramosa from Motzart's Requium.- Sorry;I'm spelling challenged & lazy. You can put that on my tumbstone also.
The Man With The Big Hat by Jerry Jeff Walker
what else?
As a matter of fact, I'd like it played at my funeral.
Same Gabriel as you - it's been at EVERY major change in my life.
Peel Me A Grape - Diana Krall. (My wife acts out the words as she sings with it)
"Freebird" - studio version off of the "Pronounced" album. My instructions are to play it at the funeral.
Yep, "Ripple" the MFSL wax, on a Nottingham hyperspace, through Meadowlark Nightingales, driven by YBA Passion monoblocks...or on a Walkman :)
Skating Away - Jethro Tull - Original Masters
Dire Straits"Brothers in Arms"
phoebe snow-never letting go. the story of my wife's life as written by PS.
it WAS played at her funeral.
"Follw me, follow you" by Genesis - my wife and I chose this as "our" song many years ago...
"Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" by Van the Man Morrison
Roadhouse Blues by The DOORS
Man, excellent selections so far, for me "Can't you hear Knocking" by the Stones...
"Sensual World" by Kate Bush, This never fails to move me regardless of my health or mood.
"Every Grain Of Sand" Can't remember the guy that wrote it. Some guy they say can't sing. Some guy that changed rock forever. I need your help on this one Cornfedboy. I know i named my son after him but can't recall his name either. I will most likley change my mind tomorrow but no doubt it will be another one from this guy. If tomorrow wasn't such a long time then lonsome would mean nothing to you at all.Oh yea, thats a different one. With all memory and fate driven deep beneath the waves, let me forget about today until tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow. Gonna go visit desolation row.
I suppose it would depend on the circumstances surrounding that last moment on earth, but I'd go for "Once In A Lifetime" - Talking Heads.
brulee: you named your son "donovan"?

The Dave Brubeck Quartet "Take Five" at such a volume that my ears start to bleed :)
I never realized THAT's why there's so many little boys running around named "Donovan."
Spanish Harlem Rebecca Pidgeon
As usual Cornfedboy, you made my day a little sunnier.
LOL. Thanks.
Strikes me to the core every time I hear it.
Round Midnight; Thelonious Monk (sorry. put title in wrong field last post)
Well, if it was tonight it would be...

"TUPELO HONEY" -- Van Morrison
To The End Of The World - Pat Metheny Group
Nilsson's version of This Is All I Ask.
Mozart: K.618 Ave Verum Corpus "The way of all flesh"

Johnny Cash and Bonny Prince Billy. i see a darkness
Tim Buckly. song to the siren
Allison Krauss, It Doesn't Matter.