Then I found a gold mine of them on YouTube. Check out my public play list on my personal channel. It is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeYjtfsK338&list=PLYprFZEzVtPbU4ZG-4OD6rwW4a_h4s5De&feature=mh_lolz
I most especially like "Brother Green" by Connie Dover and "The Valley...
This is the title of a song that I relate to a lot. Rascal flats sings this song and it makes me cry every time I hear it. It talks about everything that I went through in my last relationship. I feel like this song was written for me (even though it wasn't.) I don't know why I...
Cloud Cult makes me miserable and Cursive makes me feel hysterically sad. But they are two of my favorite artists, whose music I play often. There's something about pain in music that really affects me.
Is it possible that a ballad can be hauntingly beautiful and intensely controversial at the same time? Is it possible that a video of a song can actually ellicit different responses from anyone that sees it and can be interpreted in different ways each time it is watched?
I just can't stop listening to depressive songs.
For example, Anathema's songs, of course after the doom metal phase are extremely depressive and sad. I went to their concert once and all I could do was cry because they all touch our feelings very deeply.
Another one, Radiohead...
The collage of songs that I torture myself with I'm feeling down. Not in any particular order.
*Sad ~ Maroon 5
*Big Girls Don't Cry ~ Fergie
*Come Back to Me ~ Akon
*Already Gone ~ Kelly Clarkson
*Breaking Your Own Heart ~ Kelly Clarkson
*Kashmir ~ Led Zeppelin
*Stay ~ Miley...
I think most of the music I listen to is pretty sad. My favourite songs are normally messed up love songs and the like. I have never really been a happy person, and I think listenening to sad songs has been a way of relating and expressing. It doesn't really bother me, sad songs...
when I drink whiskey. Compiled mostly of country, folk, & alternative music. But my favorites... Or ones that always make me cry are
-Before the next teardrop fall
-you'll loose a good thing
-I hung my head
-so lonesome I could cry
Raise a glass of wine for the last time
Calling out father oh
Prepare as we will
Watch the flames burn auburn on
The mountain side
Desolation comes upon the sky
Now I see fire
Inside the mountain
I see fire
Burning the trees
And I see fire
I see fire...
It seems, when I'm sad I want to be sadder, so I play sad songs. And then I start to cry, but I keep sad songs playlist on, that I could cry more. I keep crying, and then I play the most dangerous songs - the ones that bring memories about my first love, break ups. I torture...
I admit it....I have a deep personal love for tearjerker songs, I can't explain it - I just do. But i'm going to be talking about a specific song here.
While it is not sad by any means, the one song I always go weepy upon hearing is Come Little Children, which you probably...
My favorite songs are the slow ones. Anything with a story line that can end sad or happy, doesn't matter, I love them. After I break up with some I sit around making myself cry listening to sad songs or happy marriage songs. It's my way of experiencing what is happening or what...
and play them on repeat day in day out :( .. Started with the smiths , then joy division , the sad Elvis songs , skeeter Davis, uhh anything you can think of I'll put it on and play it over and over with deep thoughts about suicide, heartache , how I'm down and out FMl
There is music for every occasion and mood, but the most indispensable of all is the breakup song. For all those times when the inexpressible pain of loss, regret and brokenness needs to be let out. Like talking to a friend who understands, the breakup song is there for you, with...
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh...
So much for my happy ending
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh...
Let's talk this over
It's not like we're dead
Was it something I did?
Was it something you said?
Don't leave me hanging
In a city so dead
Held up so high
On such a breakable thread (breakable thread...
I've needed for a lifetime
Your heart was cleverly disguised
And it didn't look that way in my mind
Tell me, how could it be
I was the last to know
Darling, I couldn't read
What was in your mind to turn around and love me
With no explanation, I gave you everything I had
Well, this is my first story that I'm writing. But I'm on this site because my friend told me that this would be a great place to express who I am and how I feel without any judgement. So, here it is. Today, I thought to myself all the things in my life that I haven't been...
i sometimes think i'm the only one who does this, so i was pretty psyched when i found this group and saw that i am not alone. if i'm in an emotional mood (or sometimes even when i'm in a good mood), i'll get this urge to listen to one of my sad songs, something that just makes...
I find it nice to torture myself with sad songs ,it just make me feel satisfied ,i love to do it when i am pretty depressed ,here is my favorite playlist you should try it
1-mariah carey-my all
2-laura pausini-it's not goodbuy
4-celine dion-the power of...
Fix you by Coldplay
Ronan by Taylor Swift
21 guns by green day
The last night by skillet
Louder than thunder-devil wears prada
My heroine- Silverstein
This are all good songs. The chorus in my heroine is kind of dramatic however. Another song that kinda makes me sad is , this is...
tears me up. I close my eyes and remember the day Avery left me. Is it too much to want her to come back to me? To anybody that wants to tell me they are so sorry and how much they care do me one thing first. Listen to this song and put yourself in my shoes for 4 mins and 54...
I listen to sad songs when I write because the more depressed I become the better my writing is. The only bad part is after I'm finished writing I am seriously depressed, and emotionally drained. My friend thinks it's dangerous but I told her not to worry. I'm to fond of myself.
This is the title of a CD that I made. The title is from a saying that my father-in-law used to say when he was crying but didn't want to admit it.
The playlist includes music of all genres, but they all have the same effect....they make me cry. Some make me think of people I...
Now, THAT is a depressing song...
She loves him more
He loves her more,
Seems like they won't ever let each other go,
Laughing and kissing it's a match made in heaven
Behind the rings on their fingers
Imprints the ink deep in the inner
That has stained...
Its Darkening through the Endless night,
Its playing with your Soarful mind,
Its moving Along,
And Touching the World,
Its Darkening Serenity,
We can change it all,
By lighting up the world,
We can change it all,
Just lighten Serenity,
Can you feel it? I can...
Recently I watched a Hungarian movie called Gloomy Sunday. It's about a song written during WW2 that is linked to several suicides. After watching the movie (which will yank, not pull, at your heartstrings) I had to research this song. It is called Gloomy Sunday like the movie...
i love three days grace but usualy i will lisen to there songs right before bed and i end up crying myself to sleep or stay up all night lisening an the verge or bawling, and i was windering if this was slightly normal in the least does anyone else do this?
I normally don't listen to sad songs. But, I am going through a horrible depression since my boyfriend broke up w/ me. So here is a list of tragic heartbreak songs b/c I can't seem to think of anything else to do with my time.
60’s & Earlier
I made a cd with my favorite sad songs .... this enables me to just sit back and listen, sing along, and let the tears out when it want's to flow.... Yes to some of you this may sound extremely depressing, for me it is a release ... I feel clean and fresh, perhaps even...
I believe in torturing myself with sad songs. I feed the sadness as much as I can and feel it to the highest extent I can, I savor it and experience it fully... then I move on. I believe that all emotions should be experienced to the fullest. One of my favorite sad songs to...
but rather songs are starting to appear sad to me. I know that my current emotional state is a major factor, and I'm trying to look beyond that. I find that regardless of genre that songs about loss, pain, unrequited love, and loneliness are becoming more frequent than I care to...
for a while now. Originally I was using them to sort of unwind at the end of the week, and I used them to reflect on life. But lately I've been using these sad songs to torture and depress myself, and I'm not really sure why I do it. I mean my life right now, is pretty good, so...
cigarette and listen straight through Eminem's Déjà Vu and Beautiful which are, respectively, about drug abuse and depression. Sometimes when I was especially missing my girlfriend or after we broke up I'd throw on Vermillion Part 2.
for example, beyond two souls soundtracks, and these Pavarotti "nessun dorma. Lisa Gerrard - Now We Are Free. Man on fire Soundtrack - Una Palabra. lisa gerrard - the end (man on fire soundtrack). Gangs of New York - End Credits theme
Andrea Bocelli- Con te Partiro. Fountain...
Sitting by the window
Singing songs of love
Wishing you were here
Because the memory's not enough
Wear my mask in silence
Pretending i'm alright
If you could see then you would be
Here standing by my side
It may be hard to believe
But girl you're the only one i need