Chapter By Chapter Song Lyrics

One
Well we all shine on,
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Instant Karma, John Lennon

Two
I’m a cork on the ocean
Floating over the raging sea
How deep is the ocean?
How deep is the ocean?
‘Til I Die, The Beach Boys

Three
You were born on a black day
Shot through with star light
and all the angels singing
Just about got it right
Soul On Fire, Spiritualized

Four
You may be high
you may be low
You may be rich, child
You may be poor
But when the Lord gets ready
You gotta move
You Gotta Move, The Rolling Stones

Five
Today is the day for you to rise,
Take my hand, you’re gonna be my man,
You’re gonna rise
Angel, Jimi Hendrix

Six
Here come horsemen through the pass
They say cast a cold eye on life, on death
Here Comes The Knight, Van Morrison

Seven
I’m movin’ on up now
Gettin’ out of the darkness
Movin’ On Up, Primal Scream

Eight
I should be crying, but I just can’t let it show.
I should be hoping, but I can’t stop thinking
Of all the things we should’ve said,
That were never said
This Woman’s Work, Kate Bush

Nine
I am the resurrection and I am the light
I couldn’t ever bring myself to hate you as I’d like
I Am The Resurrection, The Stone Roses

Ten
Such a long, long time to be gone
and a short time to be there
Box of Rain, The Grateful Dead

Eleven
I see my light come shining
From the west unto the east.
Any day now,
any day now, I shall be released
I Shall Be Released, Bob Dylan

Twelve
So the sun shines on this funeral
Just the same as on a birth
The way it shines on everything
That happens here on Earth
Enough To Be On Your Way, James Taylor

Thirteen
Do you remember the night
Oh, the night when we were lost
In the shade of the blackthorn
And the touch of the frost?
I Am Stretched On Your Grave, Anon, arr by Sinead O’Connor

Fourteen
Sad, deserted shore, your fickle friends are leaving
Ah, but then you know it’s time for them to go
But I will still be here,
I have no thought of leaving I do not count the time
Who Knows Where The Time Goes? Fairport Convention

Fifteen
And in the end
The love you take
Is equal to the love you make
The End, The Beatles

Sixteen
I will speak no more
I shall abide until
I am spoken for
If it be your will
If It Be Your Will, Leonard Cohen

Seventeen
What have I become,
My sweetest friend
Everyone I know goes away
In the end
Hurt, Johnny Cash

Eighteen
But take your time, think a lot,
Why, think of everything you’ve got.
For you will still be here tomorrow, but your dreams may not
Father And Son, Cat Stevens

Nineteen
Tracing our steps from the beginning
Until they vanished into the air
Trying to understand how our lives had led us there
Late For The Sky, Jackson Browne

Twenty
If I leave here tomorrow
Would you still remember me?
Free Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd

Twenty-One
It’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you been gone
It’s The Same Old Song, The Four Tops

Twenty-Two
Love, peace and harmony?
Oh, very nice
…But maybe in the next world
Death Of A Disco Dancer, The Smiths

Twenty-Three
And once you’re gone, you can’t come back
When you’re out of the blue and into the black
Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black), Neil Young

Twenty-Four
And the rain is falling and I believe
My time has come
It reminds me of the pain I might leave
Leave behind
Grace, Jeff Buckley

Twenty-Five
I understand I’m on the road
Where all that was is gone
So where to now St. Peter
Show me which road I’m on
Where To Now St Peter? Elton John

Twenty-Six
In my hour of darkness
In my time of need
Oh, Lord grant me vision
Oh, Lord grant me speed
In My Hour Of Darkness, Gram Parsons

Twenty-Seven
Nobody has to cry
To make it seem real
Nobody has to hide
The way that they feel
Come Home, Ryan Adams

Twenty-Eight
Hello darkness, my old friend I’ve come to talk with you again
The Sound of Silence, Simon and Garfunkel

Twenty-Nine
Have you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to raise the dead?
Have you come here to play Jesus
To the lepers in your head?
One, U2

Thirty
All things must pass
None of life’s strings can last
So I must be on my way
And face another day
All Things Must Pass, George Harrison