Currently i have like 570 songs on my phone and still adding [: But songs that i go to when i’m down and trying to think things through really help. Its as if the words can explain what i can not. And they include:
– Better that we break by Maroon 5
– Wild heart by Sabi
– Lies by Marina and the Diamonds
– Hurt by Christian Aguilera
– Right here by Brandy
– Starring role by Marina and the Diamonds
– Fear and loathing by Marina and the Diamonds
– roots before branches Glee version
– Get over you by Neon Hitch
– Little Lion man by Mumford and sons
– What hurts the most Cascada version
– Monster by Paramore
– No light, no light by Florence + the Machine
– Eyes wide open by Gotye
And – Trouble by Leona Lewis.
They all are amazing songs and help me. (:
Interesting. I’ve heard of a few of these. I’ll have to check the rest out.
Into the Ocean – Blue October, it’s a pretty song but sad, it helps just to listen to it and might help express some emotions. I’ve listened to it so many times that i have ALL the lyrics down.
Wanted You More-Lady Antebellum makes me sad. Reminds me of my last relationship..
Demons by Imagine Dragons
No light No light by Florence and the Machine
Into the West by Annie Lennox
The Cold the Dark and the Silence by Sea Wolf
Born to Die by Lana del Rey
This Woman’s Work by Greg Laswell
Broken Open by Adam Lambert
Sigh No More by Mumford and Sons
Add two more songs dea,
1.hobbatsank the reason
2.avrils i cant be tough,i wish you were here
I’m a huge Lana Del Rey fan. I have like 40 of her songs ! I’m obsessed.
@ruhoodenough that sounds interesting. Going to have to give it a look.
There are so many awesome suggestions on this list. I’m writing them down. Awesome.
Right? Haha @swifting Allot i’ve heard, and all are great !
The End by The Doors was a go to for quite a long time when I was really depressed. Godspeed You! Black Emperor also makes songs that make you bawl your eyes out by the end.
Fall out boy– My songs know what you did in the dark
It’s not so much a sad song, but the slow melody of Epiphany by Staind always makes me feel a little better
I strangely find that listening to the likes of Leonard Cohen, Morrissey, or Mazzy Star can really cheer me up. They just seem to ‘get it’ and therefore I don’t feel so alone or unusual.