17 Responses to Top 32 depressing songs

  1. Terry says:


  2. Lala says:

    wow i love your list.. i didnt get into a medical college..so im in ultimate depression.. thank you sir

  3. Old Joe says:

    I’m not a country fan, but I can’t believe “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” didn’t make the cut.

  4. Candy says:

    #2… wow

  5. Alexandria says:

    Reblogged this on Rainbow Glazed Nights and commented:
    I love this list.

  6. Chase says:

    Please tell me my favorite song by my favorite band was not copied from Eminem. The End is so closely written to it..

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  8. Jive says:

    Switch Mad World to its original writer, Tears for Fears. Though it is more fast pace, it is way better and just as depressing in its own way.

  9. Limp Bizkit, KoRn, Coldplay and MCR? No, this attempt at a list is complete nonsense garbage, grow the fuck up.

  10. logan says:

    Whisky lullaby, by brad paisley, that’s the one that gets me, its country, but it will make you sad

  11. kat madi says:

    Back Down the Black by Boy and Bear is probably the first song that broke my heart. I think it’s about feeling helpless, trying to bring someone you love from a bad place. Then there’s C’mon by Panic! At the Disco ft. fun., a song that tears my soul from my body. Two artists, one heartbreaking story. Intermission by the Scissor Sisters makes me feel hopeless, like nothing matters. I think that story is about someone who is considering suicide. And it’s strange, too, because the tune is upbeat and whimsical, so it kind of leads you into a false sense of security for a second. There’s I Miss You by blink-182, that makes me think of love and my horrible experience with it, and just really wanting that person back. Heal by Tom Odell, the song from the end of If I Stay, the kind of song that you brokenly whisper the lyrics to yourself when you’re alone. Woods by Bon Iver… No idea. But I like it. Mrs. Potato Head by Melanie Martinez is about struggling with beauty and liking your face and body as they are. Her lyrics in various songs on the Crybaby album go very deep, actually, and believe you me, I could rant for much longer about music. But that’s all the useless information I know.

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