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Posted: 12/17/2005 2:57:59 PM EDT
List your favorite song that is just downright depressing.

I'll start..

Whiskey Lullabye

by Brad Paisley and Allison Krauss
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:00:35 PM EDT
Enya - Only Time



I saw it played with a 9/11 tribute.. whenever I hear that song, I always remember the picture of people jumping out the building.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:01:55 PM EDT
Never heard of Enya. I'll have to check it out.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:02:47 PM EDT
tag

(Yes it's not a song but I will tag this.)
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:03:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dieselman:
Never heard of Enya. I'll have to check it out.


You'll regret you did.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:03:52 PM EDT
That one from the 60's that asks "Where have all the flowers gone?"

Really depressing to me...
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:04:49 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dieselman:
Never heard of Enya. I'll have to check it out.



attacked911.tripod.com/

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:04:53 PM EDT
I am listening to "The Dark Side of the Moon" for the second straight time in a row. Delightfully depressing yet very medicinal in its own way.

I am working through some fairly deep thoughts right now and it helps.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:04:54 PM EDT
Sarah Beth by Rascal Flatts. That said, Whiskey Lullaby is flat, the winner.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:05:03 PM EDT
tag
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:09:38 PM EDT
Grandma got run over by a riendeer.....

Gets me everytime....
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:10:57 PM EDT
Pictures of You.

Insta-bummer
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:12:54 PM EDT
soooooo many by Hank Williams Sr.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:16:28 PM EDT
My depressing day mix:

Dido- Here With Me
Linkin Park - My December
Blink 182 - Stay Together for the Kids
3 Doors Down - Loser
Radiohead - Karma Police
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
Lifehouse - Simon
Live - Lightning Crashes
Oasis - Wonderwall
Toad the Wet Sprocket - Crazy Life
Ben Folds Five - Brick
The Verve - The Freshman
Third Eye Blind - How's It Gonna Be?
Green Day - Macy's Day Parade
Fuel - Shimmer
Moby - Porcelain
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:18:21 PM EDT
Wow, forgot about Live's Lightning crashes.

Might have to go dig out that CD and refresh my memory.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:22:56 PM EDT
Vince Gill - When I Call Your Name
NIN - Hurt
Steve Vai - Call It Sleep
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:23:50 PM EDT


Blue Moon Revisited - Cowboy Junkies

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:25:58 PM EDT

Originally Posted By AyeGuy:
That one from the 60's that asks "Where have all the flowers gone?"

Really depressing to me...


The Kingston Trio wrote that one IIRC.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:27:57 PM EDT
Why Lady Why - Alabama

I drinking don't kill me her memory will - George Jones

Burn one down for me - Clint Black

Today my world slipped away - George Strait

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:32:55 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 3:38:26 PM EDT by AyeGuy]

Originally Posted By deej86:

Originally Posted By AyeGuy:
That one from the 60's that asks "Where have all the flowers gone?"

Really depressing to me...


The Kingston Trio wrote that one IIRC.



Where have all the flowers gone
Long time passing
Where have all the flowers gone
Long time ago
Where have all the flowers gone
Young girls picked them, every one
When will they ever learn?
When will they ever learn?

Where have all the young girls gone
Long time passing
Where have all the young girls gone
Long time ago
Where have all the young girls gone
Gone to young men, every one
When will they ever learn?
When will they ever learn?

Where have all the young men gone
Long time passing
Where have all the young men gone
Long time ago
Where have all the young men gone
Gone to soldiers, every one
When will they ever learn?
When will they ever learn?

Where have all the soldiers gone
Long time passing
Where have all the soldiers gone
Long time ago
Where have all the soldiers gone
Gone to graveyards, every one
When will they ever learn?
When will they ever learn?

Where have all the graveyards gone
Long time passing
Where have all the graveyards gone
Long time ago
Where have all the graveyards gone
Gone to flowers, every one
When will they ever learn?
When will they ever learn?



They also did "Seasons in the sun"

Adieu, Emile, my trusted friend, we've known each other since we were nine or ten.
Together we climbed hills and trees, learned of love and A B Cs, skinned our hearts and skinned our knees.
Adieu, Emile, it's hard to die when all the birds are singing in the sky. Now that the Spring is in the air
Pretty girls are ev'rywhere. Think of me and I'll be there.

Chorus:
We had joy. We had sun. We had seasons in the sun, but the hills we would climb were just seasons out of time.

Adieu, Papa, please pray for me. I was the black sheep of the family.
You tried to teach me right from wrong. Too much wine and too much song, wonder how we got along.
Adieu, Papa, it's hard to die when all the birds are singing in the sky. Now that the Spring is in the air
Little children ev'rywhere. When you see them, I'll be there.

(Chorus)

Adieu, Francoise, my trusted wife, without you I'd have had a lonely life.
You cheated lots of times but then, I forgave you in the end though your lover was my friend.
Adieu, Francoise, it's hard to die when all the birds are singing in the sky. Now that spring is in the air
With your lovers ev'rywhere; just be careful, I'll be there.

All our lives we had fun. We had seasons in the sun, but the hills we would climb were just season out of time.

Adieu, Emile. Adieu, Papa. Adieu, Francoise.

All our lives, we had fun. We had seasons in the sun, but the hills that we climbed were just seasons out of time.
All our lives, we had fun. We had seasons in the sun, but the stars we could reach were just starfish on the beach.

What a depessing killbuzz band they must have been!

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:34:13 PM EDT
I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Wommack.


It was my class song, and makes me want to cry every time I hear it.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:39:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 3:42:01 PM EDT by thedoctors308]

Originally Posted By Dieselman:
List your favorite song that is just downright depressing.

I'll start..

Whiskey Lullabye

by Brad Paisley and Allison Krauss




Jesus man - that song made me want to crawl inside a bottle when i heard it.

Wake Me Up When September Ends - Greenday
In This River - Black Label Society
Like A Stone - Audioslave
The Greatest Man (I never knew) - Reba Mcintyre
Mama Said - Metallica
Adam's Song - Blink 182
Vindicated - Dashboard Confessional
Alone I Break - Korn
My December - Linkin Park
Last Train - Lost Prophets
Broken - Seether feat. Amy Lee (Great song, Amy Lee has a haunting voice)
Hey You - Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Fade To Black - Metallica
Smoke Rings In the Dark - Gary Allen
Hurt - Johnny Cash (cover)
Just Friends - Gavin Degraw
Ghost of You - My Chemical Romance (video is great)
Helena - My Chemical Romance (video is great)
Back Home - Yellowcard
Only One - Yellowcard
My Immortal - Evanescence (Amy Lee is the singer. This song is....just too sad for words. Two versions. One all piano, one with heavy guitar on the end - guitar is better - hits you harder)


I guess that is all the really sad songs I have on my iTunes.
I recommend most of them - especially the Amy Lee stuff.
ETA: "Scientist - Coldplay" is also really good.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:41:17 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 3:42:05 PM EDT by dewoitine]
if you are looking for a cord:

Anything by Joy division but especially love will tear us apart (the singer ian curtis commited suicide 3 month after this one)

Most of the EELS production and more especially electro shock blues album (elizabeth on the bathroom floor, going to your funeral, cancer for the cure) "In 1997, on the evening before the Eels' debut album was released, frontman and songwriter E's sister committed suicide. Not long after, his mother died of cancer. His father had died when he was a boy. His entire family was gone, practically overnight." <---- + his cousin was on one of the 11/7 flight who ended againt the wtc, he lost his best friend this year too.

Rock n' roll suicide by David Bowie

Jeff Buckley: last goodbye

Antony and the johnsons: I am a bird now (hope there is someone, you are my sister)

Classic but still efficient: Karma police by radiohead
MASH: suicide is painless
The doors: the end

Pink floyd: goodbye blue sky, confortably numb etc...

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:44:21 PM EDT
My two favorite depressing songs about farming

Cafe on the Corner - Sawyer Brown

In my next life - Merle Haggard

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 3:49:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 4:07:40 PM EDT by DOW]
Anything by James Taylor


ETA
1916 by Motorhead

1916

16 years old when I went to war,
To fight for a land fit for heroes,
God on my side, and a gun in my hand,
Chasing my days down to zero,
And I marched and I fought and I bled and I died,
And I never did get any older,
But I knew at the time that a year in the line,
Is a long enough life for a soldier,
We all volunteered, and we wrote down our names,
And we added two years to our ages,
Eager for life and ahead of the game,
Ready for history's pages,
And we brawled and we fought and we whored 'til we stood,
Ten thousand shoulder to shoulder,
A thirst for the Hun, we were food for the gun,
And that's what you are when you're soldiers,

I heard my friend cry, and he sank to his knees,
Coughing blood as he screamed for his mother,
And I fell by his side, and that's how we died,
Clinging like kids to each other,
And I lay in the mud and the guts and the blood,
And I wept as his body grew colder,
And I called for my mother and she never came,
Though it wasn't my fault and I wasn't to blame,
The day not half over and ten thousand slain,
And now there's nobody remembers our names,
And that's how it is for a soldier.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:00:45 PM EDT
My wife passed away much too young from Leukemia during the summer of 2003, she was 38. The song "Homesick" by the Christian group MercyMe is almost impossible for me to listen to, below are the lyrics:

You're in a better place, I've heard a thousand times
And at least a thousand times I've rejoiced for you
But the reason why I'm broken, the reason why I cry
Is how long must I wait to be with you

I close my eyes and I see your face
If home's where my heart is then I'm out of place
Lord, won't you give me strength to make it through somehow
I've never been more homesick than now

Help me Lord cause I don't understand your ways
The reason why I wonder if I'll ever know
But, even if you showed me, the hurt would be the same
Cause I'm still here so far away from home

I close my eyes and I see your face
If home's where my heart is then I'm out of place
Lord, won't you give me strength to make it through somehow
I've never been more homesick than now

In Christ, there are no goodbye
And in Christ, there is no end
So I'll hold onto Jesus with all that I have
To see you again
To see you again

And I close my eyes and I see your face
If home's where my heart is then I'm out of place
Lord, won't you give me strength to make it through somehow
Won't you give me strength to make it through somehow
Won't you give me strength to make it through somehow

I've never been more homesick than now


Todd


Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:01:06 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 4:03:17 PM EDT by Spade]
I listen to a lot of Irish music and it goes with the territory. The best (worst?) I've got:

Clancy Brothers - The Parting Glass
Crofters - Trouble Now
Dervish - Ar Eirinn Ne Neosfainn Ce Hi
Dropkick Murphys - Green Fields of France
Flogging Molly - Whistles the Wind/Don't Let Me Die/These Exiled Years/ Faraway, Boys
Jimmy Buffett - Nautical Wheelers
Joseph MacKenzie - Sgt. MacKenzie
The Peelers - Meet You at the Bottom of a Bottle
Pogues - The Band Played Waltzing Matilda/Thousands are Sailing/A Pair of Brown Eyes
Seven Nations - This Season/Twelve
Siobhan - All My Days
The Tossers - I've Pursued Nothing/Everything's Bad/The Valley of the Shadow of Death
Wolfe Tones - The Jackets Green

"Shadow of Death" is my current "sad" song I guess.
Last night I lay all in my dreams, when a rap
at the door it startled me.
And I heard those footsteps on the stairs,
And I bade her; please come in.

Come in, come in, my roving friend.
Come in and rest awhile.
For you've been gone so very long,
it's nice to see you smile.
Come in, come in, my wandering friend.
Accept my welcome home.
I hope you can stay a long, long while before you have to go.

And she walked across the room to me,
and then she sat right down with me,
and told me that she had to leave.
She could not stay for long.

A child he held in his arms, a child that I
knew well through time, and told me that he had to leave.
He had to take him home.

She crossed the floor and moved away,
and my heart said, "Stop her. Make her stay."
But I just showered myself in tears, for I just let her go.

When I awoke I cried and cried,
and went to sit by his graveside,
and visit the child he left behind.
Because he had to go.

You must come back to me again.
Accept the welcome I extend.
I will not let you go this time,
if only in my dreams.

And yeah, though you walk ever on,
may your heart be not weary but strong.
And yeah, though you walk ever on,
through the valley of the shadow of death.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:03:00 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Gravity_Tester:
Pictures of You.




Glooups you make think that i have not listed the Cure and their dark trilogy

Oh and if you are not affraid by a little bit of cultural diversity you should do as in the soldat Ryan and listen Edith Piaf
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:04:38 PM EDT
Johnny Cash - Hurt

Eric Clapton - Tears In Heaven

Travis Tritt - Tell me I was Dreaming
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:07:12 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Spade:
I listen to a lot of Irish music and it goes with the territory. The best (worst?) I've got:



For the Great Gaels of Ireland.
Are the men that God made mad,.
For all their wars are merry.
And all their songs are sad

I forgot who said that, but it seems to hold true, does it not?
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:08:42 PM EDT
I am depressed most of the time, so for me they are not "depressing songs".

They are just "songs".
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:09:16 PM EDT

Originally Posted By adair_usmc:
Johnny Cash - Hurt



+1
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:10:19 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ToddB:
My wife passed away much too young from Leukemia during the summer of 2003, she was 38.
Todd



Sorry to hear this.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:10:31 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 4:12:21 PM EDT by WildBoar]
Who's That Man by Toby Kieth and I dont really like country or Toby Kieth but that song hits home a little too hard

other good ones are

1916 by Motorhead
Run of The Mill by Judas Priest
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:11:59 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dragracer_Art:

Originally Posted By adair_usmc:
Johnny Cash - Hurt



+1



It's weak as hell compared to the original. IMO.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:12:54 PM EDT
Korn - Alone I break


Pick me up
been bleeding too long
Right here, right now
I'll stop it some how

I will make it go away
can't be here no more
Seems this is the only way
I will soon be gone
these feelings will be gone
these feelings will be gone

Now I see the times they change
leaving doesn't seems so strange
I am hoping I can find
where to leave my hurt behind
All this shit I seem to take
all alone I seem to break
I have lived the best I can
Does this make me not a man?


Shut me off
I am ready,
Heart stops
I stand alone
Can't be on my own

I will make it go away
can't be here no more
Seems this is the only way
I will soon be gone
these feelings will be gone
these feelings will be gone

Now I see the times they change
leaving doesn't seems so strange
I am hoping I can find
where to leave my hurt behind
All this shit I seem to take
all alone I seem to break
I have lived the best I can
Does this make me not a man?

Am I going to leave this place?
What is it I'm running from?
is there nothing more to come? (am I Gunna leave this place?)
Is it always black in space?
Am I going to take it's place?
Am I going to leave this race? (Am I going to leave this race?)
I guess god's up in this place?
what is it that I've become?
is there something more to come? (more to come)

Now I see the times they change
leaving doesn't seems so strange
I am hoping I can find
where to leave my hurt behind
All this shit I seem to take
all alone I seem to break
I have lived the best I can
Does this make me not a man?

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:14:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Tras:

Originally Posted By Dragracer_Art:

Originally Posted By adair_usmc:
Johnny Cash - Hurt



+1



It's weak as hell compared to the original. IMO.



Johnny Cash > Trent Reznor
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:28:47 PM EDT
Alone Again (Naturally) - Gilbert Osullivan

The Grand Tour - George Jones

How Long Can a Man Be Strong - Jeff Healey

Don't Fade Away - Dead Can Dance

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:30:38 PM EDT
Bob Marley - High Tide or Low Tide. (I'm not a big reggae fan, but this is a pretty good song.)

Pink Floyd - Shine on You Crazy Diamond. (Really hit me when a good friend ended his own life. The first time I had cried since I was 10 or so was after that when I listened to this song. Talk shit if you want.)

Garth Brooks - The Dance. (Yeah, I know it's cheesy, but it got to me when I broke up with a girl who was a really good friend for years before hand.)

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Some day never comes.

Clarence Carter - Patches.

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:35:50 PM EDT

Originally Posted By dewoitine:

Originally Posted By Gravity_Tester:
Pictures of You.




Glooups you make think that i have not listed the Cure and their dark trilogy

Oh and if you are not affraid by a little bit of cultural diversity you should do as in the soldat Ryan and listen Edith Piaf



See. Now you're wondering what the inside of your oven looks like....

Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:37:22 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 4:37:52 PM EDT by warlord]
The end-title from Steven Speilberg's movie Saving Private Ryan-John William's "Hymn to the Fallen," and "Leave No Man Behind" from the movie Blackhawk Down.
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ToddB: I am sorry about your wife.
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Originally Posted By VooDoo3dfx:

Originally Posted By Dieselman:
Never heard of Enya. I'll have to check it out.



attacked911.tripod.com/



The song Watermark written and performed by Enya was also played in the above video
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:39:45 PM EDT
Guilty by Bonnie Raitt.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:43:48 PM EDT
Harry Chapin's "Cat's In The Craddle"
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:43:57 PM EDT
Elliot Smith: Neddle in the Hay. It gets to me everytime I watch the attempted suicide scene in the "Royal Tenenbuams" .
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 4:45:31 PM EDT
Tag, I know some of these songs and if the others are as good I want to find them.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 5:02:21 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 5:04:24 PM EDT by 95thFoot]

Originally Posted By dewoitine:
if you are looking for a cord:

Anything by Joy division but especially love will tear us apart (the singer ian curtis commited suicide 3 month after this one)




She's Lost Control by Ian Curtis/Joy Division is a real downer as well. I knew some pretty messed-up people who used to listen to this following song constantly......

She's Lost Control (1979/1980)

Confusion in her eyes that says it all.
She's lost control.
And she's clinging to the nearest passer by,
She's lost control.
And she gave away the secrets of her past,
And said I've lost control again,
And of a voice that told her when and where to act,
She said I've lost control again.

And she turned around and took me by the hand
And said I've lost control again.
And how I'll never know just why or understand
She said I've lost control again.
And she screamed out kicking on her side
And said I've lost control again.
And seized up on the floor, I thought she'd die.
She said I've lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.

Well I had to phone her friend to state my case,
And say she's lost control again.
And she showed up all the errors and mistakes,
And said I've lost control again.
But she expressed herself in many different ways,
Until she lost control again.
And walked upon the edge of no escape,
And laughed I've lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.

I could live a little better with the myths and the lies,
When the darkness broke in, I just broke down and cried.
I could live a little in a wider line,
When the change is gone, when the urge is gone,
To lose control. When here we come.


..............................................


Link Posted: 12/17/2005 5:08:57 PM EDT
But for utterly depressing songs, nothing beats Morrissey and The Smiths.....




What she said/The Smiths (album: "Meat is Murder", 1984):

"How come someone hasn't noticed
that I'm dead
and decided to bury me
God knows, I'm ready"
What she said was sad
but then, all the rejections she's had
to pretend to be happy
could only be idiocy
What she said was not for the job or
lover that she never had
What she read
all heady books
she'd sit and prophesise
(it took a tattooed boy from
Birkenhead
to really really open her eyes)
What she said:
"I smoke 'cos I'm hoping for an
early death
AND I NEED TO CLING TO SOMETHING !"
What she said:
"I smoke 'cos I'm hoping for an
early death
AND I NEED TO CLING TO SOMETHING !"




Link Posted: 12/17/2005 5:15:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Swervedriver:
Harry Chapin's "Cat's In The Craddle"




I would agree.
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 5:18:03 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 5:22:45 PM EDT by Tango7]
If I was home I'd just fire up the XBox music files under "drinking songs" I developed a tast for much of this music while nursing a bottle of JD (with cider chasers) or "playing the numbers" - a 7&7 in one hand, and a .45 in the other.

It was a bad period in my life, but reallizing that escape (for the time) was alcohol and music and not 1/2M(V2) of a 210 JHP got me through it.

I still (rarely) get the glass out and sit back on the couch and crank up these tunes. I prefer to play with my daughter and hold my wife while she sleeps.

Warren Zevon: "Desperadoes under the eaves"
Tom Waites (Where to begin?) "Ruby's Arms"


I will leave behind all of my clothes I wore when I was with you
all I need's my railroad boots and my leather jacket
as I say goodbye to Ruby's arms although my heart is breaking,
I will steal away out through your blinds for soon you will be waking.

The morning light has washed your face and everything is turning blue now,
hold on to your pillow case there's nothing I can do now...
As I say goodbye to Ruby's arms you'll find another soldier,
and I swear to god by christmas time there'll be someone else to hold you...

the only thing i'm taking is the scarf off of your clothesline,
I'll hurry past your chest of drawers, and your broken window chimes,

as i say goodbye, i'll say goodbye, say goodbye to ruby's arms (solo)

I will feel my way down the darkened hall and out into the morning,
the hobos at the freightyards have kept their fires burning
Jesus Christ, this Goddamn rain
will someone put me on a train,
I'll never kiss your lips again
or break your heart,

as I say goodbye
I will say goodbye,
say goodbye
to ruby's arms



"More than rain"
"Train song"


Well I broke down in East St. Louis
On the Kansas City line
and I drunk up all my money
that I borrowed every time
and I fell down at the derby
and now the night's black as a crow
It was a train that took me away from here
but a train can't bring me home

What made my dreams so hollow
standing at the depot
with a steeple full of swallows
that could never ring the bell
and I come ten thousand miles away
with not one thing to show
well it was a train that took me away from here
but a train can't bring me home

I remember when I left
without bothering to pack
you know I up and left with
just the clothes I had on my back
now I'm sorry for what I've done
and I'm out here on my own
well it was a train that took me away from
here but a train can't bring me home



REM: "Texarkana" "...Forty thousand tears in your eyes..."

Shawn Colvin "Don't know why"
"Orion in the sky"
"Climb on" (a back that's strong)

Counting Crows "Rain King"
"Raining in Baltimore"

Tori Amos "China"
"Silent all these years"


ETA The Smiths "There's a light that never goes out"
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 5:31:44 PM EDT
How Soon is Now? The Smiths. Alittle 80s college angst music!
Link Posted: 12/17/2005 6:05:20 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/17/2005 6:07:14 PM EDT by TheCynic]

Originally Posted By easy610:
How Soon is Now? The Smiths.


+1

Most of the Disintegration album by the Cure
I will Follow You into the Dark - Death Cab
The Final Cut - Roger Waters
The Best I Ever Had - Vertical Horizon
When the Tigers Broke Free - Pink Floyd
Mad World - Gary Jules
It Was a Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra
Time - Pink Floyd
The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkle
Freshman - The Verve Pipe
Roads - Portishead
Brick - Ben Folds Five
What Sarah Said - Death Cab
Everybody Hurts - REM
A Long December - Counting Crows
The Drugs Don't Work - The Verve
Exit Music for a Film - Radiohead


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