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A Dirge is a somber song often used to express mourning or grief. The term itself can refer to a funeral hymn or lament as well as a slow, mournful musical composition. The English word "dirge" came from the Latin words "Dirige, Domine, Deus meus, in conspectu tuo viam meam" which means "Direct my way in your sight, O Lord my God."
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- "Dirge For November" by Opeth
- Dies Iræ
- The Lyke-Wake Dirge
- "Quiet Please" radio drama theme
- Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire
- Just a Closer Walk With Thee
- Professional Widow by Tori Amos
- In the Sweet By and By
- Bye and Bye
- "Dirge" by Bob Dylan
- "Dirge" by Veil
- "Musical Death (A Dirge)" by Testament
- "O, Death", a traditional Appalachian dirge
- "Dirge for the Planet" by Firelake
- "Fallen Heroes"
- "Flee as a Bird to the Mountain"
- "Over in the Gloryland"
- "The Crying Tree of Mercury" by Smashing Pumpkins
- "Westlawn Dirge"
- "(Cadence of) The Dirge" by Exhorder
- "Videotape" by Radiohead
- "Kuchiki no Tou" by MUCC
- "MACABRE -揚羽ノ羽ノ夢ハ蛹-" by Dir en grey
- "Dirge" by Kenneth Fearing
- "The Dirge" by Mad Caddies