Your go to song when you feel particularly melancholy:
2016-07-11 00:52:06 GMT
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Depends on whether I want to wallow or improve my mood. Wallow: "Apart" by the Cure; improve: "Start Wearing Purple" by Gogol Bordello.
The Cure is a strong contender for me too, Bren.
I'll use Bren's wallow/improve method, but I've gotta do a top 3 depending on the kind of melancholy. WALLOW: "Hallelujah" (both the Jeff Buckley and Rufus Wainwright versions), "Waltz #2" by Elliott Smith, "Come Around" by Rhett Miller. IMPROVE: "Always Love" by Nada Surf, "Release" by Pearl Jam, "Closer to the Edge" by 30 Seconds to Mars.
"Closer To The Edge" is a great improve your mood song.
Wallow: Chet Baker - Almost Blue. I like Bren's choice of Gogol Bordello for upbeat, but I'd go with Wunderlust King.
Tom Waits, Strange Weather
My immortal, evanescence; I can't see nobody, nina simone; everybody hurts, rem; a long december,counting crows; the drugs don’t work, verve
"Car Radio" 21 Pilots, "Chasing Cars" Snow Patrol, "The Scientist" Coldplay
Rachel Portman's score to "The Lake House". (I know, that's not one song.)
tom waits, "green grass" and "all the world is green"
piazzola's oblivion by gidon kremer
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that was played live in a funeral that i attended and it killed me! i didn't even know the deceased person but i started sobbing terribly. was a bit embarrassing though, especially considering that i was the only person sobbing, while everybody else (including the guy's family) kept their cool :)
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I don't know that I have just one. I have melancholy songs for all occasions. But recently I was thinking about "Hole in the River" by Crowded House once more. "One More Hour" is a song that always works me, due to the beauty of the song, the minor key, and the memories of the film.
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