The Ultimate 'Sad Song' Playlist
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The Ultimate 'Sad Song' Playlist

Taking "in my feels" to another level.

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The Ultimate 'Sad Song' Playlist
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Have you ever been in the mood to stream sad music even though things are going pretty average for you at the moment? I get into these types of moods every other week in the winter, I'm not sure why. However, being so accustomed to these moods popping up whenever, I've created the ultimate sad song playlist. So whether you're experiencing a breakup, friendship falling apart, or even just going with the flow, here's a list of songs that'll put you in your feels ASAP.


1. Graveyard by Halsey

2. Heartless by Diplo and Julia Michaels

3. To Love Someone Else by Avery Lynch

4. Don't Start Now by Avery Lynch

5. Idk where I'm at rn by Gavin Haley

6. 2FU by Gavin Haley

7. Right Now by One Direction

8. Forgive Myself by Sam Smith

9. Will You Remember Me? by Pcam

10. Still Don't Know My Name by Labrinth

11. Love You Goodbye by One direction

12. Half a Heart by One Direction

13. To Die For by Sam Smith

14. Lose You to Love Me by Selena Gomez

15. So What! (Acoustic) by jxdn

16. More Than This by One Direction

17 Another One by Sam Smith

18. WITHOUT YOU by The Kid LAROI

19. i feel 2 much by blackbear

20. Consequences by Camila Cabello

21. moneydontfixlonely by Sophia Messa

22. Say You Won't Let Go by James Arthur

23. changes by XXXTENTACION

24. Goodbye by $eanny

25. you broke me first by Tate Mcrae

If you liked these and want more (or other dope playlists) follow me on Apple Music @RaquelGadaa

P.S - Yes Apple Music > Spotify

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