Song (or music) you want played at your funeral.


This is a variation on the "Favorite song" (or Classical composition) choice, as this title should in some way be related to mortality. Can you tell I'm approaching the end of mine? For me the choice is obvious; imo one of the three greatest songs I've ever heard (the other two being "What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted" and "No Time To Cry"): "God Only Knows", music by Brian Wilson, lyrics by Tony Asher, recorded by The Beach Boys in 1965. Light years above what anyone else in Pop music (or even Classical and Jazz) was doing at the time (or has done since), including The gd Beatles.
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@tablejockey, hey The Foothill Club was a great one! I played a set there in the late-90's, backing Specialty Recordings artists Don & Dewey, label-mates in the 50's with Little Richard and Ritchie Valens. Hardcore Rockabilly clientele---they danced!
@tablejockey, side four of Second Winter would be very hard on your stylus, but then it really shouldn't matter to you, your dead.
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I just remembered that great scene in Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid, when Slim Pickens is dying as Dylan's "Knocking On Heavens Door" plays.