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    Bit of a cheesy one but Yesterday isn't one of the most uplifting songs ever.
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    The She Did- Janes Addiction
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    From the ones not mentioned, I would say:

    "Mad World" by Gary Jules.

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    How Soon Is Now? is pretty depressing. I dunno if it would qualify as sad though.
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    Street Spirit by Radiohead is pretty downbeat.
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    So many that do the job well.

    To single one out, any man with a Son that can listen to Cats in the Cradle and not get worried, scared and sad is a stronger man than me.
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    Aside from Hurt by Johnny Cash, another song is Chitti Aayi Hai. All the Hindi speaking people will laugh - but still .
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    Aside from Hurt by Johnny Cash, another song is Chitti Aayi Hai. All the Hindi speaking people will laugh - but still .


    That is a good sad song indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    So many that do the job well.

    To single one out, any man with a Son that can listen to Cats in the Cradle and not get worried, scared and sad is a stronger man than me.

    yeah, was gonna put that one in myself, couldnt remember the surname of the man who originally did it though (didnt think the ugly kid joe version was the most heartfelt)
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    Always thought Cat's in th cradle by Harry Chapin is fairly sad


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    In order of horrificness.. Some depressing because I assosicate things with them, some depressing because they are so beautiful, some, just depressing...

    Plain White T's - Hey there Delilah
    The Eagles - The Last Resort
    Snow Patrol - Run
    The Postal Service - Such Great Heights
    Poets of the Fall - Late Goodbye (Ending credits on Max Payne 2)
    Coldplay - Fix You
    Semisonic - Closing Time
    My Chemical Romance - I don't love you
    Feeder - Love Pollution
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt View Post
    In order of horrificness.. Some depressing because I assosicate things with them, some depressing because they are so beautiful, some, just depressing...

    Plain White T's - Hey there Delilah
    That song is depressing because it's just so incredibly ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    That song is depressing because it's just so incredibly ****.
    Haha, or when I dropped out of uni and found a card on my doorstep with the lyrics on, asking me why I went back abroad in the first place.. Haunts my life that song

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