Eep, funeral fantasies. These are a symptom of depression. Why do you care what people will listen to at your funeral? Will it really shape the way people percieve you as a person? Don't you have your life with which do that? If I were in a really spiteful and miserable mood I would and pick Jeff Buckleys 'Last Goodbye' and maybe something by Elliott Smith because I want people at my funeral to CRY DAMNIT. But seeing as I'm in a good mood I'm going to go with my initial reaction which is that it doesn't really matter and it actually concerns me a little that this is something people here think about.
I just find the idea morbidly amusing, in the same way I find something like Harold's penchant for faking his own death in Harold and Maude
morbidly amusing. I don't think there's anything wrong with thinking about death, or laughing about it. But yeah, if you're seriously sitting at home planning the minutiae of your funeral in meticulous detail right down to the coffin trimmings, there's probably something a bit wrong and you should probably just get a life instead.
Oh, and for Elliott Smith you should defs choose Between The Bars
, "the potential you'll be that you'll never see", that's poignant, there will be tears. Probably should make sure you die from alcoholism related causes as well, just so it's even more appropriate.
(jokes 'n shit).