From Time: Mad Men’s much-antic­i­pated closing song wasn’t a gritty track by an artist who served as an icon for the sex, drugs and rock-and-roll gener­a­tion — but a jingle. It might not have had the adren­a­line-pumping impact of The Sopranos’ “Don’t Stop Believin’,” but it made perfect sense for the end of a story about Don Draper — a guy to whom it was once said, “If you had to choose a place to die, it would be in the middle of a pitch.” · Go to ‘I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke’ was the perfect way to end Mad Men →