Discussion in 'BHM/FFA' started by ITheFire, Mar 27, 2013.
City and Colour: O' Sister gets me feeling emotional. So does most Bones Domingo.
Ain't No Sunshine by Bill Withers
Well you sunk my salty eyed battle ship. Love that song.
It's a sad song to me because it always makes me think of my sister- that died long ago.
A close second for me is "Love Song" by The Cure. It makes me think of my long dead marriage.
Time to put on a happy song
Creep by Radiohead
Drive by The Cars
Richard Cory by Simon & Garfunkel
A Most Peculiar Man by Simon & Garfunkel (oh my word, so depressing)
I am sure I will think of more...
Tristan Prettyman - I Was Gonna Marry You
Agree with so many that have been mentioned already but will try to stick to ones that haven't:
Sleep - The Dandy Warhols
Lover You Should've Come Over - Jeff Buckley
Mexico - Incubus
A Smile That Explodes - Joseph Arthur
You Crowd My Memories - Catherine Feeny
Future Warrior - Palms
Done - Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker
Trouble - Cat Stevens
Society - Eddie Vedder
Better Half - Frank Turner
3 Libras - A Perfect Circle
Another Lonely Day - Ben Harper
Friend of a Friend - Foo Fighters
Petrol & Chlorine - Silverchair
Don't Let Us Get Sick - Warren Zevon
I have different songs i hear when im sad.
When thinking of my childhood and my brothers and sisters i hear this sometimes:
Alice Deejay - Better off alone
Just some random depression when everything in life just went wrong:
Elfenlied - Lilium
When i feel sad, but try to get my on the right way again...
Gladiator - Elysium
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot (Go Canada!)
I would have to say "Hurt" by Nine Inch Nails...gets me every time. Especially after hearing Johnny Cash cover it.
Hurt - Johnny Cash
NiN do an awesome job but Johnny's voice just takes it to another level.
Portishead - "Roads"
Def want this played at my funeral
"Otherside" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers is another favorite of mine in this category, but I think listening to the audio is a lot more powerful than watching the video that goes with it.
Nick cave and Kylie Minogue - Where the wild roses grow. Heard it again the other day had completely forgotten about it.
This song does a great job of describing those times when I'm feeling low, yet it's funny enough to cheer me up, too.
Paula Cole - Ordinary
Amy Winehouse - Love Is A Losing Game
Bonnie Raitt - I Can't Make You Love Me
Brenda Russell - Piano In The Dark
I was thinking about Hallelujah but it's over-exposed.
and I won't forget to put roses on your grave
I am leaving, I am leaving
Yeah, more wine tonight...
I'm amazed that this has got to page 5 but nobody has yet posted
this. It always comes to mind when a 'relative or friend' is flying
L [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQOjxA8rrks"]Everly Brothers' Ebony Eyes[/ame]
Dianan Krall covering "Alone Again (naturally)"
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