HuffPost TV is celebrating the 2012 Grammys by looking back at some of our favorite TV music moments. Music is great for setting the mood, especially when it comes to TV's most memorable scenes.
Who can forget when Marissa shot Trey on "The O.C.?" You may not remember exactly what happened, but chances are you remember that it was Imogen Heap's "Hide and Seek" that set off such a pop culture frenzy. It even inspired the iconic "Saturday Night Live" digital short, "Dear Sister."
Then there's the final scene of "The Sopranos," which featured the Journey classic "Don't Stop Believin'." Tony Soprano will live on forever thanks to the infamous series finale blackout, in which the scene cut to black precisely on the phrase "Don't stop."
Check out some of HuffPost TV's favorite memorable music moments below, featuring music from "Grey's Anatomy," "Six Feet Under" and "My So-Called Life." But you might want to grab a box of tissues. Some of these scenes are especially hard to re-watch.
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