A song you want played at your funeral.
As soon as I saw this one on the list I started debating.
Satisfied Mind – the Jeff Buckley version that was recorded on my 13th birthday comes to mind.
Also in the depressing category:
She opened her shows during the Miseducation tour with this. My mother found my t-shirt from that show just yesterday in a box of my old band shirts in the attic. Does anyone want to make me a quilt made entirely of Smashing Pumpkins shirts?
But I’m not sure I really want to go out like that.
I’m realizing now that the songs about me fit here as well, so the aforementioned Rilo Kiley would be great.
Or this one, this one is a very very close 2nd:
But really I knew all along that it would be this:
“Songs at my funeral: “Many Rivers to Cross” by Jimmy Cliff, “Angel” by Aretha Franklin, and I’ve always had this fantasy that some beautiful, tearful woman would insist on “You’re the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me” by Gladys Knight. But who would that woman be? ” Rob – High Fidelity
Tags: Frank Sinatra, High Fidelity, His Eye is on the Sparrow, Jeff Buckley, Lady is a Tramp, Lauryn Hill, Nick Hornby, Satisfied Mind
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