The song actually picks up about a minute and a half or so into this clip from the show. LOST watchers will recognize it. Not sure if I'm going to do a post on the LOST finale. Took me a few days to figure out the show and how I felt about the ending. Now it might just be too late. And I wonder if people would rather just settle in with their own interpretations.
Anyway, good piece by the show's composer, Micheal Giacchino. Poignant and fitting. I've even downloaded it to my iPod. It first appeared during Season 4, when the Oceanic 6 arrive home. Since then it's been used numerous times.