Minecraft's End is an original song created by Dead Workers' Party, written by Eric Fullerton. The song was uploaded on August 1, 2013, and currently has over 560,000 views.
The song is based off of Minecraft's End Poem, which is shown once the player kills the Ender Dragon.
I see the player you mean.
It is reading our thoughts as though they were words on a screen.
They used to hear voices before players could read.
Sometimes disturbing, sometimes beautiful indeed.
Does it know that we love it?
That the universe is kind?
Million years old, it still works in the reality behind.
And the universe said I love you,
And the universe said you are the daylight,
And the universe said you are not alone,
And the universe said you are the night.
Once we were called the spirit of the mountain.
Who are we? Father sun, mother moon.
Gods, demons, angels, aliens, the player, too.
We are the universe. We are everything you think isn't you.
You are alive.
On a flat, infinite world
Generated by a sourcecode, a million years old.
Take a breath, now. Take another.
Feel air in your lungs.
Dreamed it was lost in a story...
And the game was over.