We know there’s still four episode until the Season 10 finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” airs, but c’mon -- you can’t blame us for seeking out spoilers for the last episode! Especially after the titles for episode 23 and 24 were leaked online.

See, unlike “House of Cards,” which names each episode after a chapter, “Grey’s Anatomy” follows a fun pattern of dedicating each episode to a song. The track always correlates with how the episode will play out, which means fans can get a vibe of what to expect just by listening to the corresponding tune.

Season 10, Episode 23: “Everything I Try to Do, Nothing Seems to Turn Out Right.” The episode is named after a single by the indie folk rock band the Decemberists. Besides the name of the song, you can tell the tune has a cold feel to it as you listen to Colin Meloy set a scene of a dark and rainy night. He solemnly sings of his inability to impress a girl despite his efforts.

“And there's this nagging suspicion that won't leave me alone tonight/It's just that everything I try to do, nothing seems to turn out right.”

Looks like episode 23 will be a bit of a downer. Can you predict who the song is referring to?

Season 10, Episode 24: The season finale is named after the song “Fear (Unknown)” by the English rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees. The up-tempo dance beat is accompanied by eerie lyrics.

“Do you ever have strange sensation/When you're standing mighty tall/To jump from seventeen floors/And crash into free fall?/But then fear, fear, fear takes control/Fear, fear, fear of the unknown.”

Will someone be held back by fear in the season finale? And if so, what will cause the character's distress? According to reports, the final episode of Season 10 will be the show’s most “traumatic one yet.” Rumors have hinted that a possible act of terrorism might be occuring within the walls of Grey Sloan Memorial hospital, leaving the building full of injured victims.

Are you ready for the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy”? Let us know what you think could possibly happen in episode 24 by sounding off in the comments section below.