41 Songs To Listen To When You Need A Good Cry
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41 Songs To Listen To When You Need A Good Cry

If you say you don't listen to sad songs in order to make yourself cry, you're lying.

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We have all had those moments where we feel tears coming on for absolutely no reason at all. Literally no reason, it is just a mass of emotions that is finally overflowing and needs to be released. What better why to get rid of your pent up emotions than to have a really good cry session? Personally, I find the best way to bring out the water works is to listen to music that makes you feel as if someone is ripping your heart out.

1. Youth by Daughter

2. Wide Eyed by Billy Lockett

3. Trouble (Stripped) by Halsey

4. The Night We Met by Lord Huron

5. Take Me Home by Jess Glynne

6. So Nice to Meet Ya by Hayden Calnin

7. Phantom by Orka

8. Mend This Love by Vaults

9. Lose My Mind by Dean Lewis

10. Lost On You by Lewis Capaldi

11. Looking Too Closely by Fink (UK)

12. Look After You by The Fray

13. Is There Somewhere by Halsey

14. In My Veins by Andrew Belle

15. Human by Daughter

16. Heal by Tom Odell

17. I Know You by Skylar Grey

18. First by Cold War Kids

19. Elastic Heart (Piano Version) by Sia

20. Cringe (Stripped) by Matt Maeson

21. Candles by Daughter

22. Colourway by Novo Amor

23. Angel By The Wings by Sia

24. Chasing Cars by Sleeping At Last

25. Holland by Glass Face

26. Dancing On My Own by Calum Scott

27. Show Me What I'm Looking For by Carolina Liar

28. All I Want by Kodaline

29. I Get To Love You by Ruelle

30. It's Gonna Find You by Bombs Over Nowhere

31. Breathe by Matt Corby

32. Always In My Head by Coldplay

33. Breathe Me by Sia

34. Still by Daughter

35. Fix You by Coldplay

36. A Drop In The Ocean by Ron Pope

37. No One's Gonna Love You by Band of Horses

38. 5am by Amber Run

39. Heart of Stone by IKO

40. The Backpack Song by Bear Attack

41. I Found by Amber Run

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