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libertyrocks posted 5/10/2013 14:27 PM

I will admit, sometimes, I make myself a little more sadder to music. Although I hate to do it, crying always makes me feel better. Haven't cried in a while...

I used to have a playlist called "runny mascara" on my ipod. Then realized I hadn't played it in a while.
Here's some of the songs:

Wish you were here by Pink Floyd.
Let down by Radiohead.
Love is a losing game by Amy Winehouse.
Wake up alone by Amy Winehouse.
Stepping Stone by Duffy.
Video of When you were young by the killers.(Always makes me cry when I watch it)

What are your sad songs?

[This message edited by libertyrocks at 2:32 PM, May 10th (Friday)]

SoVerySadNow posted 5/10/2013 15:23 PM

Recently it's been Pink's "Give Me A Reason".

Neithan posted 5/10/2013 16:30 PM

"Eye in the sky" by Alan Parsons tops my current list.

Don't think sorry's easily said
Don't try turning tables instead
You've taken lots of chances before
But I'm not gonna give anymore
Don't ask me
That's how it goes
Cause part of me knows what you're thinkin

[This message edited by Neithan at 4:54 PM, May 10th (Friday)]

silverhopes posted 5/10/2013 16:35 PM

Lately it's been "Eye" by Smashing Pumpkins. Before that, "Another Sad Love Song" by Toni Braxton, also "Angel From Montgomery" (the version with Bonnie Raitt sings with John Prine). Surely there are more... been trying to listen to music that's not about love or relationships or sex... It helps get my head in a different place.

[This message edited by silverhopes at 4:36 PM, May 10th (Friday)]

freelancer posted 5/10/2013 16:53 PM

I can't make you love me by Bonnie Raitt!

HereWeGo62 posted 5/10/2013 17:02 PM

"Remember When" by Alan Jackson

clralb posted 5/10/2013 17:09 PM

Ooh, "Wish You Were Here" is a great one.

This isn't really sad, but it kind of made me chuckle at the time.

"One is the Loneliest Number" by Three Dog Night.

I heard it on the radio shortly after our separation. I was alone in the car and the song came on, and I said out loud, "Shut up, Three Dog Night," and changed the station.

Sue1964 posted 5/10/2013 17:13 PM

I will always love u.

crazyblindsided posted 5/10/2013 17:55 PM

Rhianna's 'Stay'

0115 posted 5/10/2013 22:28 PM

Come on get higher...Matt Nathanson

Lostinthismess posted 5/10/2013 22:46 PM

'You lost me' Christina Aguilera. The 'you couldn't keep your hands to yourself' gets me every time.

Uneek posted 5/11/2013 01:47 AM

Wish You Were Here is the ringtone when H calls me.

Just Give Me a Reason is my big song right now. Also high on my list is You Were Mine by the Dixie Chicks.

Not a love song, but Wayman's Song/Crying for Me by Toby Keith and The House That Built Me by Miranda Lambert get me every time.

HardenMyHeart posted 5/11/2013 01:47 AM

Life Will Go On by Chris Isaak

Gottagetthrough posted 5/11/2013 13:55 PM

I don't know if these are sad, but I love adam lamberts what do you want from me (or whatever the name is... I only hear it on the radio)

I also like one direction all the right moves. I don't think it means what I thought it did, but when we were divorcing, the song went, "Everyone knows we're going down" and that was sort of my internal theme song LOL =)

Gottagetthrough posted 5/11/2013 13:57 PM

ohhhh.... lady gagas bad romance is also a favorite. not really sad, but I always think of wh and our very own bad romance!

Alex CR posted 5/11/2013 19:40 PM

Have to add another vote for Remember When by Alan Jackson

idiot85 posted 5/11/2013 19:53 PM

Love her madly- the doors
Most Maximo Park or Glasvegas songs
Better do better- Hard-Fi

I have The Imperial March (Darth Vader's theme) for when the Mrs rings me...

Oh and Maybe by Emili Sande and Suitcase by her as well

[This message edited by idiot85 at 7:54 PM, May 11th (Saturday)]

ssi0318 posted 5/12/2013 11:44 AM

Stay - Rihanna
I won't give up - Jason Mraz

sisoon posted 5/12/2013 13:02 PM

There grew a little flower 'neath a great oak tree.
When the tempest 'gan to lower, little heeded she.
Sing Hey, lack-a-day
Sing Hey, lack-a-day
Sing Hey, lack-a-day, Let the tears fall free
For the pretty little flower and her great oak tree.

The song is from Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore, and it brought tears to my eyes before the A. I can't even type the words without tears.

Hoping to help me feel better and not knowing the lyrics, shortly after D-Day my W asked me where the record was so she could play one of my favorite songs. I explained it wasn't a good choice, given where we were.

[This message edited by sisoon at 1:04 PM, May 12th (Sunday)]

guarded posted 5/16/2013 21:41 PM

Reba McIntre: Every Other Weekend and also, Consider me Gone, from the same album.

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