Made much more haunting than the original with the vocals of Gary Jules and the piano, this piece is hard to ignore. Not sure if the fact that it was the ending song to Donnie Darko or the lyrics itself that makes this song so depressing, all that matters is that it just really is.
Most Depressing Song and The most sad - - the person is lonely in the world
It is hard not to get moved by this cover, especially if you watch the music video. Seeing Johnny Cash aged and looking back on his amazing career, it is hard not to feel bad right with him.
Can't believe its not already here. One of the most truly depressing songs ever written.
This song was considered so depressing by many radio stations that when it first came out it was only given limited airplay, even today you will rarely hear it on the radio.
about a guy that his girlfriend died.. "I hold your casket gently walking to the grave Dark clouds eclipse the sun won't shine again" I looked the whole list and I haven't seen any Billy Talents song..that's weird they write very dark and depressing songs! "Surrender", "Pins and Needles", "Nothing to Lose" check them out guys!
Because it's so powerful and beautiful, it seems so personal that we shouldn't even be listening to it
Definitely a depressing song. From the sorrowful intro piano to the depressing swansong of a chorus, this song portrays hopelessness and depression in such a way that it completely reflects the subject matter of a suicide note
How is this not on the list? I wouldn't put it at the top, but it should be on here.
If you're like me you can relate to the song. Blue eyed, hurt and angry because of how everyone treats me but I hide it This song is something to relate to.
A mad fan made to belive eminem is dissing him by not answearing his letters. What made me cry the most was when Stan and his GF who was pregnant died and eminem found himself writing back to a dead man
the rev wrote this song 3 days before his death its his farewell to his band mates and fans such emotionally charged song
I'm upping Cash, Linkin Park and Floyd in this list, but Karen Carpenter was the best at expressions of melancholy.
The story of a man whose perfect day is to be doped up on heroin which allows him to pretend he doesn't hate himself. This, coupled with the beautiful strings and piano just add to despair of the final line's realization that you're going to reap what you sow.
It's so sad and Adele makes it sound even sadder the way she sings it.
A song about someones love just disappearing overnight. It's really sad. Listen closely.
The song is talking about losing his best friend and talking about how much it hurts. He keeps thinking about the good times and the night he lost him. A great song for anyone who has lost someone they love.
I'm not sure why this song isn't already on here. It was banned by MTV for being pro-suicide. Even though it's Megadeth, they somehow still manage to capture all of the emotion suggested by the lyrics. Although Dave Mustaine gives a clear explanation of what he meant in the song, you can't help but think of a lost person who knows no way out but death.
I find that I can easily relate to this song, the lyrics are just so true.
Amazing, beautiful song. Simon and Garfunkel really can write a depressing song.
I'm not really sure why. Whenever I've listened to this song, it's made me even more depressed than I already was. Probably the slow music and the lightly echoing melodic singing.
Anyone who has seen 'Watership Down' will know why this is here. In its own right it is a tearjerker.