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Favourite Songs

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by Feared.Desire, Oct 5, 2007.

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  1. Feared.Desire

    Feared.Desire Well-Known Member

    Hey. I was just reading a post where someone posted a link to Three Days Grace - Never too late > (which is a great song) But it made me think.
    What song(s) really move you? And briefly, why?
  2. twilightki

    twilightki Well-Known Member


    Century Creepers by The Pillows. I listened to this song while I read the book "Evasion" published by CrimethInc.

    Holds some good feelings for me.

    Wrap Me In Your Love by Liquid Mind holds some deep feelings, I listened to this song when I was trying to rediscover my strength, and the strength of the human spirit. You can probably find the yousendit link if you retrace my posts a little bit back, I only posted it a few days ago.

    Wow, I was looking through my songs and there a lot. If I have more time I'll get back to this thread, maybe give out some links to the songs.
  3. Reaper_01

    Reaper_01 Member

  4. special_needs

    special_needs Well-Known Member

  5. Shadowplay

    Shadowplay Staff Alumni

    At the moment:
    Tonight, Tonight - Smashing Pumpkins: I just think this song has amazing lyrics and any time a rock band can use strings it just kicks ass to me. :biggrin:

    Drain You - Nirvana: "One baby to another says i'm lucky to have met you."
    I think this is tied with Heart shaped box as my all time favorite song. I just love the lyrics too it, also this is my favorite cover to play live hehe.

    Gouge Away - Pixies: I <3 Pixies and I <3 this song, lol. I just find the chorus so moving but I dont really know why. :unsure:

    Those are my top 3.
  6. WindWalker

    WindWalker Active Member

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  7. andyc68

    andyc68 Guest

    blurry by puddle of mudd
  8. Vulnerable - Second Hand Serenade
  9. UndeadCynic

    UndeadCynic Member

    Fault Line by Ten Years.
  10. Lead Savior

    Lead Savior Well-Known Member

    To Live Is To Die - Metallica

    It's 99% instrumental, its riffs convey pure emotion and are very moving for me. The song was written for a lost friend of the band.
  11. DenverChris

    DenverChris Member

    Any song off of Nirvana's "Unplugged in New York."
  12. Christianv2

    Christianv2 Well-Known Member

    Mad World by Gary Jules.
  13. Feared.Desire

    Feared.Desire Well-Known Member

    Three Days Grace - Gone Forever

    Acutally, most of their songs are really good, and easy to relate too.
  14. noplacetogo

    noplacetogo Well-Known Member

  15. StellarSparkle

    StellarSparkle Well-Known Member

    Anberlin - A Whisper And A Clamor
    Anberlin - Godspeed
    Anberlin - The Undeveloped Story
    Anberlin - Alexithymia
    Anberlin - Inevitable
    Anberlin - Hello Alone
    Anberlin - The Runaways
    Anberlin - Time And Confusion
    Anberlin - Uncanny
    Anberlin - Reclusion
    Anberlin - Stationary
    Anberlin - Paperthin Hymn
    Anberlin - Fin
    Anberlin - There Is No Mathematics To Love And Loss
    Anberlin - Foreign Language
    Anberlin - Naive Orleans
    Anberlin - Change The World
    Anberlin - A Day Late
  16. $MyName

    $MyName Well-Known Member

    Yellowcard - Afraid
    Yellowcard - Fighting
    Green Day - Dry Ice
    Green Day - Going To Pasalaqua
    Green Day - Paper Lanterns
    Escape The Fate - Day I Left The Womb
    Escape The Fate - Reverse This Curse
    Escape The Fate - Cellar Door
  17. theblamedson

    theblamedson Member

  18. Reaper_01

    Reaper_01 Member

    What did the singer for Nirvana do with himself?
  19. fisch

    fisch Well-Known Member

    I could name several, but I'll just say 'Behind Blue Eyes' by The Who.

    The reason being, many people on this forum are suicidal due to a feeling of emptiness, as opposed to an overwhelming sense of grief or sadness. Hence the line 'but my dreams, they aren't as empty as my conscious seems to be' really makes an impression on some people, myself included.
  20. Feared.Desire

    Feared.Desire Well-Known Member

    I listened to that song, it’s not my kind of music, but I liked it. The lyrics are good, just as you said. :smile:

    And $MyName, 'Escape the Fate' :smile: good band, good call.

    The Rasmus - Funeral song.

    One of their slow ones, but I can relate to this song in ways, unfortunately.
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