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Sorry if this have been done before guys.But...If you were on your deathbed and you only had time for one more song before you died,what song would you listen to?I'd probably go with Panama or Unchained by Van Halen.I could listen to both songs for a day straight.
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#3
one last song before i died....*thinks* prolly the inspector gadget theme song
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one last song before i died....*thinks* prolly the inspector gadget theme song



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one last song before i died....*thinks* prolly the inspector gadget theme song


you win. this is the right answer. everyone else loses. congrats.

Edit: and i would actually probly want to hear your song by elton john or something similar. i dont know why, but its kinda a feel good song, you know?
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...
#11
good bye cruel world- Pink Floyd
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i could see that being liek a sign at an entrace to a theme park ,"remember to always be safe dont litter and remember to have a nice day in my pants!"

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Hahaha. +1.

I'd probably choose The Rain Song by Led Zeppelin.
NO! Pink Floyd. The Wall.
Or um... Karma Police by Radiohead.
#16
Pink Floyd- Comfortably Numb
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Scar Tissue
Jeff Buckley- Last Goodbye

Whichever CD was closest
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Hahaha. +1.

I'd probably choose The Rain Song by Led Zeppelin.
NO! Pink Floyd. The Wall.
Or um... Karma Police by Radiohead.

Yea, The Wall is considered one song I guess.......That would be the best deathbed moment ever!
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#21
Laid to Rest - Lamb of God.


I didn't realize how relevant it was until I typed it.
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why not have a tv with yu-gi-oh on it? same experience
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haha. fame...
umm...probably one more time by daft punk
#30
kool and the gang - celebrations!!!!

no, but really, hallelujah, buckleys version, or the second half of layla by clapton
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bold as love-hendrix
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#32
Alive - Pearl Jam.

Just maybe....
"We barely remember who or what came before this precious moment"

Tool, anyone?
Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.
#33
stairway to heaven by Zep would be nice.
When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.
-Jimi Hendrix
#34
For the love of god by Steve Vai
November rain by Guns N' Roses
Tears in heaven by Eric Clapton

Six degrees of inner turbulance (with orchestra) by Dream theater just because it last 41 minutes XD
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#35
InMe- Chamber, with my girlfriend by my side. When InMe played it on Thursday I had her in my arms and we were both crying singing along to it. It was a mushy moment that I'd like to relive.
#36
"Á Tout Le Monde" by Megadeth.

For anyone that doesn't know, the chorus is "Á tout le monde/Á tout mes amis/J'ai vous aime/Je dois partir" which translates to "To everyone/To all my friends/I love you all/Now I must leave". I want every one of my friends and family there to hear it.
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#37
Oh. the song that never ends!
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there could be a handful of stoners somewhere in Jersey that are on the verge of creating a new metal...a new thrash metal...

...or were all screwed =]

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#38
Clever answer: "Crimson" and "Crimson II" by Edge of Sanity = 83 minutes.

Fitting answer: "Perennial Quest" by Death. Oh, actually, "Hallowed Be Thy Name" by Iron Maiden.
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nice one man i was going to say that
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