Non-Stop Wombling Summer Party by the Wombles (you may not be familiar with) [link] God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen as sung by Perry Como Camelback Cinema by Primus Funky Man by Dee Dee King I Heard it Through the Grapevine Aretha Franklin.
"Hurt" by Johnny Cash is fairly sad-sounding, but very powerful. It's looking back on a life filled with so many mistakes, being left behind, and realising that, in the grand scheme of things, no matter how great you become it's more or less worthless.
Staind- Excess Baggage Staind- Blow Away Nine Inch Nails- Right Where It Belongs V.2 Nine Inch Nails- And All That Could Have Been Johnny Cash/ Nine Inch Nails- Hurt Johnny Cash- Danny Boy Metallica- One Gnarles Barkley- Crazy Gnarles Barkley- Who Cares? Alice Cooper- Killed By Love Ozzy Osbourne- Killer Of Giants Ozzy Osbourne- Mama I'm Coming Home Ozzy Osbourne- Changes Ozzy Osbourne- Dreamer
And the two most depressing songs in my opinion are: 2.) Gnarles Barkley- Just A Thought 1.) Staind- 4 Walls w/fill in The Funeral
Iscariot by Walk The Moon Memories by Panic! At The Disco Cancer , I Don't Love You,and Disenchanted by My Chemical Romance Wake Me Up When September Ends, Are We The Waiting, and Good Riddance all by Green Day What A Catch, Donnie by Fall Out Boy And for instant happiness, Quesadilla by Walk The Moon Ready To Go by Panic! At The Disco 20 Dollar Nosebleed by Fall Out Boy Na Na Na Na by My Chemical Romance Tightrope by Walk The Moon
My Body is a Cage- Peter Gabriel or Arcade Fire version Who Killed Mr. Moonlight- Bauhaus Wonderwall- Oasis The "Cloud Atlas" soundtrack Pretty much any Nine Inch Nails song, especially from the album "Still"
I get very emotional over classical music, usually.
Little Dragon - Twice Under Byen - Det Mig Der Holder Trĉerne Sammen (translation: Under the City - It's Me Who Keeps The Trees Together) Blue Foundation - Distans Dreams Blue Foundation - Little by Little
And lots of the Naruto Soundtracks.. Oh well, they are really sad...