Playlist for When You Need a Good Cry

I hate to admit it, but sometimes it feels good to just listen to sad music and cry for three hours straight. I don’t know about you guys, but I need to do this about once a week to relieve the stress of college. LOL. Not only that, I’m also one of those “weird people” that genuinely enjoys sad music. Often times it is very powerful, moving, and sends a good message. On top of this, it’s the perfect type of music to listen to when studying and reading. Here’s a list of songs that are must haves on your “sad music” playlist.

“Heal” - Tom Odell

“Promise Not to Fall” - Human Touch

“From the Dining Table” - Harry Styles

“Stone Cold” - Demi Lovato

“In a Black Out” - Hamilton Leithauser

“Keep Breathing” - Ingrid Michaelson

“Ruby Blue” - Sleeping At Last

“How Do You Feel?” - The Maine

“Adam’s Song” - blink-182

“Jealous” - Labrinth

“The Night We Met” - Lord Huron

“Michigan” - The Milk Carton Kids

“Look After You” - The Fray

“Hurt” - Johnny Cash

“All I Want” - Kodaline

“Gravedigger” - Dave Matthews

“The Lightning Strike” - Snow Patrol

“Cry” - Alexx Calise

“Not About Angels” - Birdy

“Black Tables” - Other Lives

“Mad World” - Michael Andrews

“I’m with You” - Avril Lavigne

“Cough Syrup” - Young the Giant

“I Fall Apart” - Post Malone

“Feeling Whitney” - Post Malone

“The Sound of Silence” - Simon & Garfunkel

“Breathe” - Anna Nalick

“Shadow of the Day” - LINKIN PARK

“I See Fire” - Ed Sheeran

“Smoke Break” - Carrie Underwood

“Burning House” - Cam

“9 Crimes” - Damien Rice

“Habits” - Tove Lo

“Chasing Cars” - Snow Patrol

“In My Veins” - Andrew Belle

“I Found” - Amber Run

“Free Fallin’” - John Mayer

“Closing Time” - Semisonic

“Champagne Supernova” - Oasis

“Yellow” - Coldplay

“Travelin’ Soldier” - Dixie Chicks

“Good Riddance” - Green Day

“The Freshman” - The Verve Pipe

“Cigarette Daydreams” - Cage the Elephant

“Don’t Let Me Get Me” - P!nk