If I die young, Perry
"funny when you're dead, how people start listenin'"
"Penny for my thoughts? Oh no, I'll sell em for a dollar/ they're worth so much more after I'm a goner"
"Ain't even gray but she buries her baby"
"who would have thought that forever could be severed by/ the sharp knife/ of a short life"
"Gather up your tears, keep 'em in your pocket/Save 'em for a time when you're really gonna need 'em, "
If it's allowed, I'd also enter "must have been the wind" by Alec Benjamin
“Lovers leave and friends will let you down “
“My old friend the blues” The Proclaimers
Just the acceptance of the simple truth that sometimes, all you have left, is the blues.
Blue and Grey BTS
I just wanna be happier Melt me who is cold My hand reached out innumerable times A colourless echo Oh this ground feels so heavier I am singing by myself I just wanna be happier Is even this too much to ask for?...
Ana by Mother Mother
(read between the lines, think outside of the box, and I think you'll understand)
"Nobody" by Mitski. It's a song about being lonely. The music video is pretty weird too.
Bury Me Low by 8 Graves
Here's some quotes from the song:
"If I die today, it won't be so bad
I can't escape all the nightmares I've had
All of my angry and all of my sad
Gone in the blink of an eye"
"I keep tryna fight it so just promise when I go
You'll bury me low"
"If I die today, it won't be so hard
Everything scares me, but never the dark"
"If I meet God, I'mma make him explain
Where was his help when I wanted to change?"
The most depressing song...
Isn't it lovely? By Khalid and Billie Eilish. Ghostly. Describes the psyche of a depressed person beautifully. You can really feel the struggle inside you as you try and cope with crippling sadness and an inability to escape from the darkest and deepest of emotions.
Depressing Song(s) #1
Anson Seabra - I Can't Carry This Anymore
The story of my life, need i say more
One interesting song I found was a song called “My Time” by bo en. It’s an interesting song I came across in the video game “Omori”. I feel that it captures the feeling of the slow descent of depression as someone begins to slip away from the reality of everything trying to close their eyes and stay within their repressed bubble as their mental state slowly degrades.
Originally recorded by Hot Chocolate, but for real angst listen to the Sisters Of Mercy cover.