The Saddest Playlist Ever
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We have all heard a song that has struck a chord in our heart. Sometimes it is a lyric that we relate to or the context of why the song was written, but one thing is for sure: music is one of the best ways to share emotions. It can evoke feelings of joy, sadness, and laughter from even the most reserved person. I asked my friends which songs they considered to be the saddest songs they have heard and they did not disappoint. It was hard to choose, but I compiled a playlist of the top 20. Feel free to listen when you are feeling down!

Echoes of Love - Jessie and Joy

People Help The People - Birdy

Photograph - Ed Sheeran

Breath Me - Sia

Goodbye My Lover - James Blunt

 Stop and Stare - OneRepublic

Stop - Dalton Rapattoni

Goo Goo Dolls - Iris

Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton

All I want - Kodaline

I Fall Apart - Post Malone

Dancing On My Own - Calcum Scott

1-800-273-8255 - Logic ft. Alessia Cara, Khalid

Cancer - Twenty One Pilots

Never Grow Up - Taylor Swift

Bad Liar - Imagine Dragons

The House That Built Me - Miranda Lambert

Temporary Home - Carrie Underwood

Hello - Evanescence

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