You could just play all three YouTubed parts of Galas’ astonishing rendition of "Les Litanies Du Satan" from 1982, which I used to play very late at night in the house I lived at in 1987, in order to induce nightmares in my sleeping housemates. Which worked.
"Gloomy Sunday," also known as "the Hungarian Suicide Song." The story goes that the lyricist wrote it for an ex-girlfriend who’d committed suicide, leaving behind a note simply reading "Gloomy Sunday." The composer committed suicide in the year of my birth, 1968. And the song itself has become what Snopes calls "a meta-legend," an unverifiable tangle of old news stories, probabilities and urban myths.
On The You Tube, I find a version by Diamanda Galas that begins with her talking about the song: