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Saddest songs you know

cpr0cks

New Member
Gorillaz - Broken
Kid Cudi - Pursuit of Happiness
Lana Del Rey - Million Dollar Man
Kanye West - Coldest Winter
Kid Cudi - Mad Solar
Death Grips - On GP
Grimes - Skin
 

ChromaticRabbit

lagomorphic
Banned
In the context of the Santa Rosa, et al, incident last week and ongoing conflagration thereabouts, I think of all the centenarians and septuagenarians who were pulled into this thing and could not flee it.

Looking west, heart aflame, these two in sequence :
 
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Beatle9

Asexual coywolf and amateur writer.
I'm not usually one for gospel type music, but this one is pretty sad.
 

Lexiand

Werewolf a Tophat
I'm not sorry.
 

Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer

The trapper and the furrier went walking through paradise
And all the animals lay clawless and toothless before them
And all the mother's stepped away from their babies
Leaving them open and easy to handle
The trapper and the furrier went walking through paradise
They took some for now and they got some for later
And they marveled at the pelts, not a bullet hole in them
And they filled up the cages with pets for their children
What a strange, strange world we live in
Where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven
What a strange, strange world we live in
Those who don't have lose, those who got get given
More, more, more, more
The owner and the manager went walking through paradise
And all the shelves were filled with awards and achievements
And on every corner, a power presentation
And on every floor, an army of workers
The owner and the manager went walking through paradise
And all their charts showed so much promise and progress
No sick days, no snow days, no unions, no taxes
And they wandered towards home, kings of their castles
What a strange, strange world we live in
Where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven
What a strange, strange world we live in
Those who don't have lose, those who got get given
More, more, more, more
The lawyer and the pharmacist went walking through paradise
And all the sick were around and with fevers unbreaking
Crying and bleeding and coughing and shaking
And arms out stretched, prescription collecting
The lawyer and the pharmacist went walking through paradise
Pressed suits in a courtroom, aroma of chloroform
And they smiled at the judge, disposition so sunny
Cause they didn't have the cure but sure needed the money
What a strange, strange world we live in
Where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven
What a strange, strange world we live in
Those who don't have lose, those who got get given
More, more, more, more
 

sbm1990

Folf Guitarist
Gary Jules - Mad World
Linkin Park -Somewhere I Belong
Radiohead - Creep
Korn - Falling Away From Me
Three Days Grace- World So Cold
Adema - Trust
Nine Inch Nails - Hurt

Yep, I'm one of those "2edgy2gofast" types. :v
 

EmpressCiela

The Empress has Returned
"Stressed Out" by Twenty One Pilots. I know it's not a particular sad song, but I can't help but bawl as I remember my stress-free and relatively happy life as a little kid and desperately wish the world was as bright and cheerful as I thought is was back then. Brings back some emotional memories.......


Also, "Faget" by Korn. I fucking relate to this way too much....
 

Catolo

The local coffee addict
I can't think of anything other than a entire album by Elvis Costello and burt bacharach, Painted From Memory.

The whole entire album seems to rotate around a breakup or so. The one that hit me most was "This House Is Empty Now" for personal reasons.


There's also Papaoutai by Stromae. A french song that sounds light but depending on your relationship (if existant) with your father makes you wonder. Well, Mine died at 12 YO so i never got to experience many things (not even my elementary graduation). But I don't want to get into this. ^^"


Edit: found out how to add videos!
That's all I got when it comes to songs that make me feel.
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Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer
^^ beautiful. Thanks Simo

Oh, glad you liked it! I'm a huge fan of his. I like the story behind this, and also, the idea, that maybe, there's some things we just might not have time, left, to heal from. It's not something I think a lot of people would think of, and yet, I think there's a truth to it, especially the way he relates it.

Saw him live a while back, at the Birchmere, in Alexandria, got a seat at a table maybe 15 feet away? Was amazing. He played 34 songs! And he played a Steinway full concert grand, which sounds nice. Clearly, they provided one in this video as a promo...I looked up the price, if I wanted one, brand new: $162,300. Ouch! But it sounds awfully good.
 
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