Written by Wayne Cochrane and popularized by J. Frank Wilson and The Cavaliers, and more recently Pearl Jam, "Last Kiss" is perhaps the most famous teen tragedy driving song. The tune follows a boy who borrows his dad's car to take his girl out. Not long into their date, they come across a car stalled in the middle of the road and the driver is forced to swerve. When he regains consciousness, he struggles to find his "baby" among the wreckage. He does eventually find her, but only in time to give her one last kiss before she passes away. In the chorus, he declares that "She's gone to heaven, so I've got to be good/ So I can see my baby when I leave this world."