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Last music wish at your own funeral!

By darkpinball

3 years ago

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    #51 3 years ago
    Quoted from gjm:

    Van Halen "I can't drive 55"

    Sammy Hagar. But, very close.


    For me. It'd have to be:

    Rainbow in the Dark. By... Who else... DIO!!!!!
    Bruce Dickinson's Chemical Wedding the title track...

    Judas Priest's You've Got Another Thing Coming.

    And then the finale.
    Michael Schenker's The Storm of his Unforgiven album. Great song. Ends on a somber note. But, a lot of rocking.

    #52 3 years ago

    Wow this is weird, I was just thinking about it this morning. I hope it isn't a sign LOL.

    Earth, Wind and Fire - That's the Way of the World

    #53 3 years ago
    Quoted from darkpinball:

    A dear friend recently past away in blood cancer, R.I.P. Roland.
    One of his last wishes was that Little Red Rooster singed by the Stones should be played at the funeral, I was a bit caught up in the moment of his last hours and never asked why but I assume it was one of his favourite songs.
    The song was played at the funeral, great song but didnt make much sense at the time, it had my deepest respect though.
    Me and my wife discussed this later and she wants Hotel California by the Eagels to be played when the time comes.
    I can only think of one last song that I want to be played when Im in the coffin, Wayfaring Stranger singed by Emmylou Harris.

    I wont comment this thread, its just a thread about your last respectful music wish.

    One of the best threads ever my friend! Made me reflect all day and enjoy my day even more!

    Carpe Diem!

    #54 3 years ago
    Quoted from Rdoyle1978:

    Out of respect for both Sammy and Ed - that is not a Van Halen song, although yes they have played it live.

    You are correct, my mistake. I fixed it

    #55 3 years ago

    Silent BoatMan by Parliament

    #56 3 years ago

    I have it in my death plan That David Bowies "Heroes" must be played at my Funeral.

    #57 3 years ago

    Down In A Hole by AIC

    #58 3 years ago

    I really just want someone to stand up and say, “atleast he isn’t an asshole anymore”.

    #59 3 years ago

    Your choice.

    LTG : )

    Or :

    #60 3 years ago

    Tom T. Hall - I Hope It Rains At My Funeral

    #61 3 years ago

    I'll be dead so it doesn't really matter. Hopefully it's something without tact and funny.

    #62 3 years ago
    Quoted from nexfx:

    I have it in my death plan That David Bowies "Heroes" must be played at my Funeral.

    This is the correct answer. The greatest song ever recorded is good enough for me.

    #63 3 years ago

    No funeral planned, but I expect my closest friends will get lightly toasted while listening to Nine Inch Nails and discussing my insanity.

    #64 3 years ago

    Life is Beautiful - Sixx:A.M.

    Nothing Else Matters - Metallica

    Hallelujah – Puddles Pity Party

    #67 3 years ago

    Highway to Hell

    #69 3 years ago

    Another vote for " wish you were here "

    #70 3 years ago

    Savatage- “Believe “

    #71 3 years ago

    " I did it my way " Frank Sinatra .......

    #72 3 years ago

    Since he’s 1 of my favourites, I’d be happy w this great tune playing..

    #73 3 years ago
    Quoted from mrgone:

    Spirit in the sky.
    Norman Greenbaum.

    I 2nd that...

    #74 3 years ago
    Quoted from LTG:

    Your choice.
    LTG : )

    Or :

    I love Lee Marvin singing that song.

    #75 3 years ago

    Alice In Chains - Don't Follow

    #76 3 years ago

    As you may guess, Bladerunner is my favorite movie. RIP, Rutger Hauer, rewrote the speech himself. He added the " All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."


    #77 3 years ago
    Quoted from bladerunner:

    As you may guess, Bladerunner is my favorite movie.

    It's great, and that scene is haunting.

    #78 3 years ago

    Always look on the bright side of life, Monty Python

    #79 3 years ago

    Joe Cocker. Pass It On.

    #80 3 years ago

    Outro by M83

    #81 3 years ago

    just want a memorial sharing stories of all the good and crazy times. this will be at the end and everyone must have a drink in hand!!!

    Drink to the dead!!!

    #82 3 years ago

    Get Out of my Dreams (and into my coffin)

    #83 3 years ago

    No funeral. Cremation.
    I have asked for a small gathering of friends that must tell and remember 1 funny story about me and play Rod Stewart's live version of " Sailing "

    #84 3 years ago

    A little surprised no one said "Tha Crossroads" haha

    #85 3 years ago

    The Cure - The Funeral Party

    #86 3 years ago

    My dad was in The Who before they made it big and I love this song.

    #87 3 years ago
    Quoted from Lostcause:

    My dad was in The Who before they made it big and I love this song.

    This is a story I would love to hear!

    #88 3 years ago
    Quoted from Frippertron:

    This is a story I would love to hear!

    Funnily enough I met another pinhead by chance on a uk forum who’s dad was also in the band, now what’s the chances of that!

    #89 3 years ago

    You got enough cocaine at the right time; you can get in some bands.

    #90 3 years ago

    #91 3 years ago

    just play the whole thing...

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    #92 3 years ago

    ..so many choices

    #93 3 years ago

    Dad and the Who? Funny you mentioned that I just played white city album today..love to hear the story as well

    #94 3 years ago

    David Bowie black star
    Never too late to change / steppenwolf

    #95 3 years ago

    John Prine - Please Don't Bury Me

    #96 3 years ago

    #97 3 years ago

    Longtime Cop/Firefighter

    Amazing Grace-Bagpipes

    #98 3 years ago

    Grand Funk: "The Locomotion"

    I'm joking! But I don't know whether the joke is funnier here, or if I actually had it played at my service. The absurdity would be delicious!

    Serious answer, even though most wouldn't be familiar: Rush's last song, "The Garden"

    3 months later
    #99 2 years ago

    Don't want to see a good thing go...
    Great thread!

    Dead: Ripple & Attics (Workingman's Dead)
    Definitely second Iz's Over the Rainbow

    #100 2 years ago

    Ooh good thread!

    Had a top 3 for years , my brother keeps tabs on it and I on his

    Cremation probably, disco inferno -tramps
    Burial , jamiroquai - deeper underground

    Patrick Hernández at the afterparty, Born to be alive !

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