Morbid? I think not, as death is part of life. If we all talked about it a little more, maybe we'd cope with it better. With that said here's my next choice.
No 2 - "Look On Down From The Bridge" - Mazzy Star
If, upon listening to this song, you can't imagine why this song is here, then you are perhaps suffering from a lack of imagination! The way the organ starts with the simple 3 chord sequence could actually be from a funeral service. The volume swell guitar parts that make it a sound like a violin. The fragile vocals. The lyrics themselves.
"Everybody seems so far away from me, everybody just wants to be free.
Look away from the sky, it's no different when you're leaving home
I can't be the same thing to you now, I'm just gone, just gone.
How could I say goodbye?"
Now I appreciate that the song is more likely to be about a break up rather than death, but it takes no small leap to see it from my point of view. Couple this with the sound of the song and it's a perfect fit.
I like the way the words compare leaving home with being gone. It gives that faint glimmer of hope that whilst I'm not here now, things are different, but you don't have to forget me forever.
It was used very effectively at the end of episode 4 of season 1 of the greatest TV show of all time, The Sopranos.