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Rapture's Soundtrack: Final Requests From Sarah Silverman, Janeane Garofalo, Michele Norris, and Others

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If, as Family Radio president Harold Camping says is true, and Saturday is the last day, what would your ideal soundtrack be? As part of our Reverb Questionnaire, we've asked our subjects just that. So without wasting any more precious time, here's how our respondents answered the following question:

What is the last song you want to hear before you die?

Sarah Silverman: "Something by Patty Griffin or Elvis Costello or early Elton or maybe 'Highland, Summer Falls.'"

Janeane Garofalo: "'Caroline No' by the Beach Boys."

NPR's Michele Norris: "Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' performed by kd lang, or 'The Storm Is Passing Over'" by gospel great Marion Williams."

Comedian Larry Miller: "The last song I want to hear before I die hasn't been written yet, and won't be for another hundred years."

Kavalier & Clay author Michael Chabon: "'September Gurls' by Big Star or (and, if there's time) 'Surrender' by Cheap Trick, Live at Budokan."

Cupcake Royale Founder Jody Hall: "Probably 'Dance Me to the End of Love' by Leonard Cohen. Or 'Where Does the Good Times Go' by Buck Owens."

Rep. Dennis Kucinich: "'On the Road Again' by Willie Nelson."

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