And if you go, I wanna go with you
And if you die, I wanna die with you
Take your hand and walk away...
— Lonely Day, System of a Down
We're twins. From the moment we were born, the time we started talking... the time we started school, the time we graduated... always together. Breakfast, dinner... vacation... always together. That's why... I had always assumed... that we'd die together as well.
— Kasumi, King of Thorn
Are together in eternity
— Don't Fear The Reaper, Blue Öyster Cult
She was surely joined with Kanon in the Golden Land.
They both apologized for their cowardice, and communicated their true and honest feelings.
And they hugged each other until the last moment.
Afterwards, she was chewed to pieces by the demons, and went to hell.
It's alright. Kanon is with her.
— Jessica's TIPS screen, Umineko no Naku Koro ni: Turn of the Golden Witch
Time has transfigured them into
Untruth. The stone fidelity
They hardly meant has come to be
Their final blazon, and to prove
Our almost-instinct almost true:
What will survive of us is love.
— Phillip Larkin, 'An Arundel Tomb'
And if a double decker bus
Crashes into us
To die by your side
Is such a heavenly way to die
— There Is A Light That Never Goes Out, The Smiths
Some day they'll go down together;
they'll bury them side by side.
To few it'll be grief,
to the law a relief,
but it's death for Bonnie and Clyde.
— The Trail's End, Bonnie Parker
Angelus: Is it over, Caim?...
Caim: It's over. We're together now.
Running to the station holding hands
Now the volcano is flowing red
Something there will change us into sand
Now we'll be forever holding hands
Lava and tephra will form our bed
Now the royal flames of Pompeii bless
All our senses, all our senses, all our senses...
— Pompeii am Götterdämmerung, by the Flaming Lips
“Eridan?” Feferi would ask.
“Yeah, Fef?” He would reply.
“I’ll never let you go, Fef. Even when I die.”
Feferi felt betrayed when he did die.
It felt as if he had let her go.
When the next heiress grew to the appropriate age, Feferi let her kill her.
And after one-thousand and twenty-five sweeps of life, she gladly went to join her friends in the nothingness.
It's true, because someday, I'm going to die, and maybe there's a life after - but if there isn't, I want to be there, forever, drifting with Terezi and John in that blue eternity.