Relatable Songs That You Need To Listen To Right Now
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20 Relatable Songs You Need To Listen To Right Now

These songs will have you crying yourself to sleep for no reason.

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Out of all the playlists and songs I have had over the years, these songs are either relate-able to everyone's life or have been at some point. While they're sad, they're all beautifully composed and sang and deserve appreciation whether they're relate-able to your life currently or not.

To listen to the whole playlist, check it out here.

1. Unwind by Healy

I’ve been working all week / No lie / Can't sleep and I don’t why

2. What You Do by James Gillespie

No work, no worries here / Everything's for free / When the world turns upside down / You should blame it on me

3. I'm Sorry by Joyner Lucas

Joyner Lucas

How could you? / Maybe it's my fault / I should have paid more attention to what you been doing / Maybe I should have been more of an influence [This video may be inappropriate for some users.]

4. Transpose by Bad Suns

Sleepless nights aren't new to me / All these thoughts are killing me / Someone come and put me to ease / All of my anxiety, there's no cause that I can see

5. The Other by Lauv

We fell from the peak / And the stars, they broke their code / I'm trying to forget / How I landed on this road / I'm caught in between

6. High Highs to Low Lows by Lolo Zouai

I'm not okay these days / Dreams come and go / I stay

7. Footprints by Molly Kate Kestner

You can take the road less travelled / Yeah, I'd probably do that too / But if you're lost and feeling broken / Through and through / You can follow the footprints I left for you

8. Breathe Me by Sia

Ouch, I have lost myself again / Lost myself and I am nowhere to be found / Yeah I think that I might break

9. Youth by Daughter

And if you're still breathing, you're the lucky ones / 'Cause most of us are heaving through corrupted lungs / Setting fire to our insides for fun

10. Figures by Jessie Reyez

I wish I could hurt you back / Love, what would you do if you couldn't get me back / You're the one who's gonna lose / Something so special, something so real

11. Unknown (To You) by Jacob Banks

Tell me that it's over / Tell me that you mean it / This time is true / Tell me that I'm unknown / To you

12. Bloodstream by The Chainsmokers

I gave up three times this week / Went through those feelings / Like I wasn't worth nothing

13. Liability by Lorde

They say, "You're a little much for me / You're a liability/You're a little much for me"

14. Bruises by Lewis Capaldi

I've been holding on to hope that you'll come back when you can find some peace / Cause every word that I've heard spoken since you left feels like a hollow street

15. Sorry by Aquilo

I left the light on so you could see me in the dark / But then it blinded us and left us who we are

16. Two Ghosts by Harry Styles

We're not who we used to be / We're just two ghosts standing in the place of you and me / Trying to remember how it feels to have a heartbeat

17. Heal by Tom Odell

Take my mind / And take my pain / Like an empty bottle takes the rain

18. The Burden by Weeping Willows

Jealousy is such a heavy burden / Sneaks into my soul and never sleeps

19. 9 Crimes by Damien Rice

Leave me out with the waste / This is not what I do / It's the wrong kind of place / to be thinking of you

20. Falling by The Civil Wars

Please tell me you know / I've got to let you go / I can't help falling out of love with you.

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