Top 10 Songs with Fake / False Endings


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21 Dog Days are Over - Florence and the Machine
22 Future - Paramore
23 Hello Goodbye - The Beatles
24 Rain - The Beatles
25 I'm Only Sleeping - The Beatles
26 Cry Baby Cry - The Beatles
27 Free as a Bird - The Beatles
28 Adel - Bushido & Shindy

After 2:25 minutes of music, the song stops for about a second. Up to this point, the song was a very sinister, almost surreal one whose beat was built around what sounds like an ever looping mosaic of chopped up soundtrack, scream and alarm fragments, over which drum kits and the rapping was put. After the one second pause, the soundtrack samples plays in its entirety, with drums and vocals on top, sounding much less expetimental and more melodic. The music video stops after 2:25. The album version lasts 4:10. - Martin_Canine

29 If I Was Your Vampire - Marilyn Manson

This actually has two false endings.
In its third minute the song becomes very slow, kind of like an extended outro, and at 3:38 it lets the guitar fade out for six seconds, but then another chorus breaks in. Then one minute later, at 4:42, the song stops again, you only hear the percussion echoing, but then five seconds later, a powerful bridge/extended outro section starts, and plays until the song actually is over at 5:56. - Martin_Canine

30 I Am - Savatage

After the long instrumental part that sounded like an outro to me, the music came back. It's amazing. - Metal_Treasure

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