We all have one whether we realize it or not: A Personal Sad Music Playlist. It's the songs that we are drawn to when we are feeling down. I feel like I am taking a risk showing my list of sad songs, as if I'm opening up a whole new way to be vulnerable. However, I also think that a list like this could do a lot of good. I just want everyone to know that it's totally normal and okay to have a list of sad songs that they feel personally attached to.
Would you believe me if I told you that I went to high school with Shawn Mendes? I mean, I never met him... or knew he existed until he got famous. However, I probably passed him in the hall without realizing it.
I have played this so many times! It is my 'go to' for when I am sad. I'm pretty serious... as soon as my boyfriend starts hearing the first three seconds of this song he knows I must REALLY be sad.
This one is a new addition to my personal moody playlist. You need to add a new one every once in a while.
"I loved and I loved and I lost you." Everyone can relate to this one.
This song is more than a 'sad day' song to me. This is more of an 'I've been depressed for a while now' song.
This song has some bad memories attached to it for me... however, i still find my self listening to it everyone now and again.
"Nothing goes as planned, Everything will break."
I am just quite simply in love with the mood of this song.
I mostly just really like Imagine Dragons.
I really really like this one. The lyric video is really well done as well.
Hello. Nice to meet you! How are you? Hmm... this feels like a really one sided conversation... why don't you follow me on social media so I can get to know you too!
Want to share your personal sad music playlist?
Make up a list and tag me in it on Twitter. I would love to see your list too! Don't be shy! Make sure to tag it! #PersonalPlaylist #SadMusic #Mood
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