Joined: 5-March 06
From: Inside your heart
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My Immortal and Breath no More by Evanesence Forgiven by Within Tempation Aozora by Lia Inori wa by Lena Park You are beautiful by James Blunt
Those for the moment o.o
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Joined: 23-November 08
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We got some good ones!
I don't think I've listened to many sad songs, and I've probably forgot most of the ones that I have heard... *head/desk* But... for now, I'd say "Bratja", because it's soooo pretty, and everytime I listen to it I feel like tearing up a bit.
Joined: 28-March 06
From: An IKEA box.
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Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley cover. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan Someone else said Iris by The Goo Goo Dolls, and I just wanted to second that. Transatlanticism and Lack of Colour by Death Cab for Cutie (okay, pretty much anything by Death Cab is depressing). Several Ways to Die Trying - Dashboard Confessional Forever Young - Youth Group cover.
Joined: 9-January 07
From: The middle of nowhere, South Dakota
Member No.: 43,729
This was probably already mentioned, but "Tears in Heaven" by Eric Clapton is easily one of, if not the, saddest songs ever. A lament for his four-year-old son's death.
I'd also consider some songs off of the Pink Floyd's the Wall - "Is There Anybody Out There?" A wonderfully delicate acoustic guitar solo, as well as "Vera" and my favorite Floyd song "Comfortably Numb" - also "Wish You Were".
"You're a Big Girl, Now" by Bob Dylan is also good.
Joined: 6-March 09
From: Contingency Operating Base Q-West, Northern Iraq
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GREEDisGOOD, I fail to see how Comfortably Numb is a 'sad' song, unless you knew someone who was an addict. That song is about herion.
In my current situation, "One" by Metallica is the saddest song. If you haven't heard it, it is about a soldier who steps on a landmine, and lives through it. He 'wakes' up, unable to tell if he is alive or dead. None of his senses work, he's hooked up to a bunch of machines that keep him alive, and he just wants to die.
A buddy of mine recently died in a very similar way over here in Iraq. A lot of war songs have similar effects on me right now.
Joined: 4-August 09
From: Hell? Heaven? who knows... I am probably still stucked at Earth.
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I think there are many very sad songs but the only one stuck in my head is Queen and the Soldier by Suzanne Vega. I am crying every time Iīm listening that song.
"At the end of the day, there are some things you just can't help but talk about. Some things we just don't want to hear, and some things we say because we can't be silent any longer. Some things are more than what you say, they're what you do. Some things you say cause there's no other choice. Some things you keep to yourself. And not too often, but every now and then, some things simply speak for themselves."
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