Any depressing music?
I'm looking for depressing modern music. No old songs.
Songs such as "Remembering Sunday" by All Time Low is depressing to me, or "Birds and Boats" by Gregory and The Hawk. Things like that. Thanks guys! (:
- zynjenLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Marina Chello- What's Done Is Done
Jamie Foxx- I Don't Need It
Mario feat Gucci Mane & Sean Garrett - Break Up
Keyshia Cole- Trust
Lever Thomas- Missing You
Nelly Furtado- I Gotta Know
Ginuwine- Last Chance
Le Toya Luckett- She Ain't Got Sh** On Me
Teena Marie feat Faith Evans- Can't Last A Day
Ayah- Might Not Be
Toni Braxton- Heart Never Had A Hero
Judakiss- Pain And Torture
UGK- Used To Be
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Firstly, the fact that you said,
"No old songs" depresses me. Don't be so closed minded, contemporary music stems from the music that went before it.
That being said, there's no such thing as depressing music. Composers and song-writers NEVER write songs with the intention of making people depressed. That's as crazy as the Judas Priest court case where they were accused of telling their fans to kill themselves by implanting subliminal messages in their songs.
Now if you're looking for sad songs, I've got a few for you, but not all are from the last 5 years I'm afraid.
1) "I fall apart" - Rory Gallagher
2) "Babe, I'm gonna leave you" - Led Zeppelin
3) Any song by Byoncé because her whiney voice would make anyone depressed.
4) "While my guitar gently weeps" - The Beatles
5) "Suicide Note" by Pantera
These aren't actually depressing songs, but they're damn good (aside from Byoncé). You should probably open your mind to the past masters of songs.
If you want something that'll melt your face and get you depressed at the same time, listen to Mozart's Requiem. It's a beautifully written piece of music, coupled with tear jerking themes and melodies that'll just melt your face!
- 1 decade ago
unfaithful by rihanna
irreplacable by beyonce
hpe it helps x