what are some songs about anxiety or being bullied or just being sad?
- ?Lv 45 months ago
Don't laugh at me- Mark Wills
- Anonymous5 months ago
J. Geils Band - Love Stinks
Cream - Born Under a Bad Sign
Gary Moore - Story of the Blues
Linda Ronstadt - Blue Bayou
Traveling Wilburys - Last Night
B.B. King - The Thrill is Gone
Carpenters - Rainy Days and Mondays
- Anonymous6 months ago
Jeremy by Pearl Jam.
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- 6 months ago
Miserable at best mayday parade
- 1...3...5Lv 56 months ago
Don't Give Up (Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush ).
- 6 months ago
The Room by The Durutti Column-It's about someone just about to be Executed (I suppose who would be pretty sad and anxious at this point)
I'm sorry @Dominique I have to disagree with The Smiths they've written 2 of the most beautiful love songs ever in ''Hand in Glove'' and ''There is a Light that Never Goes Out'' Has for the rest of their back catalogue I find some of them hilarious(I guess you had to grow up in the North of England to get the humour though).''But you know where you came from, you know where you're going and you know where you belong'' a Smiths quote for you there. You fantastic people.
@Dominique thanks for the response you're right Morrissey was often morbid and pessimistic. It's just the word 'Sad' in the 20th century we used sad to mean 'Naff, boring and crap. haha.
btw your other choices spot on. You know Music.
- DominiqueLv 66 months ago
Dear Porcupines by Melanie Martinez
Retard Girl by Hole
Beautiful by Christina Aguilera
Anxiety, could possibly be interpreted to be about anxiety, and/or sad:
The Fear by Pulp
XanaX by Badflower
Panic Room by Au/Ra
Panic Attack by The Vaccines
Anxiety by Ladyhawke
Punching in a Dream by The Naked and Famous
Help I'm Alive by Metric
Right Where It Belongs by Nine Inch Nails
I Do Not Want This by Nine Inch Nails
19th Nervous Breakdown by The Rolling Stones
Unwell by Matchbox 20
Breakers by Local Natives
Anxiety Attack by PJ The Kick
Afraid by The Neighbourhood
Breaking Down by Florence + The Machine
Space & Time by Wolf Alice
Every Single Night by Fiona Apple
Why I Cry by Best Coast
I Won't Ever Be Happy Again by Bright Eyes
Funeral for a Lover by JJ Wilde
Someday by Phantogram
A Long December by Counting Crows
Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
Swelling by Sarah Jaffe
A Still Heart by The Naked and Famous
Dead of Winter by Eels
Me by The 1975
The Morning After by Meg Myers
Oh, I Buried You Today by The Raveonettes
Tough on Myself by King Princess
Bleed Like Me by Garbage
Hello, I'm in Delaware by City and Colour
Crowd Surf Off a Cliff by Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton
Guess I'm Doing Fine by Beck
Also, most (if not all) songs by The Smiths and Elliott Smith are sad.
@Just John: I agree that not all of The Smiths songs are sad, but I think most of them at least sound sad. I was thinking more about Elliott Smith possibly being 100% sad, but I was too lazy to break it down into two sentences. Now I've put more work into it... lol
- martyLv 76 months ago
Everybody hurts by R.E.M