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    A question:
    Do you people enjoy listening to the songs you have posted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    A question:
    Do you people enjoy listening to the songs you have posted?
    I most definitely do. I like the music in general, and the added emotional response gives it that extra oomph for me. A lyric in Dumbing Down of Love reads "Music is worthless unless it can make a complete stranger break down and cry" I don't entirely agree, but it strikes a chord.
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    Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man


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    When I was depressed sure I listened to depressing songs. Now prefer more uplifting music.

    Here is a selection from my past.

    [youtube="YmH8hioAKsc"]Green Carnation - Alone[/youtube]

    [youtube="1LfFHEsxIfs"]Persephone - Immersion[/youtube]

    [youtube="40W4xYVtx7c"]Claire Voyant - Pieces[/youtube]

    [youtube="WpSLbQcphr8"]Lisa Germano - From A Shell[/youtube]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    I most definitely do. I like the music in general, and the added emotional response gives it that extra oomph for me. A lyric in Dumbing Down of Love reads "Music is worthless unless it can make a complete stranger break down and cry" I don't entirely agree, but it strikes a chord.
    How about you, dear?
    I can't really listen to the song I posted myself. It captures something that's very close to the feeling I've had in some of the most negative states of mind for me, which is why I posted it, and which is also why I can't enjoy it. Even though I think it is a good song, and can admire it.

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    I just listen to a tonne of Mark Kozelek in all his guises when I feel a certain way (though, I find it more soothing than depressing).

    [YOUTUBE="NFQ4nuUuwNo"]Katy Song[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="lBL28tgXK18"]Drop[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="3pRO3wBQmaY"]Things Mean a Lot (at the Time, Don't Mean Nothing Later)[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="_W0DWYwsLu4"]Smokey[/YOUTUBE]

    ^One of my favorite songs with some of my favorite lines:

    I'm broken down
    You caved my karma in

    I can't erase your smokey eyes
    Your smothered face
    Gripping on my waist
    Leaving a ghost up on the Oregon Coast

    Who can pretend
    That there's a beginning without an end
    It ain't contrived all the magic in our lives
    Comes down like a storm then drizzles then dies

    Your soul is free
    But you're the one I need
    And you made your deal
    But you're still my ideal
    And so I wait
    And so I choose this fate

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    [YOUTUBE="QZTACx2zDt0"]Perrin Lamb - Be This Way[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="8NaOIUL8wwk"]Ronnie Day - Written At A Reststop [/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="XZJvanJpjG8"]Shawn Colvin - I'll Say I'm Sorry Now[/YOUTUBE]
    ^Ignore the vid and listen to the song.

    [YOUTUBE="jFg_8u87zT0"]The Fray - You Found Me [/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="i1GmxMTwUgs"]Sarah McLachlan - Angel[/YOUTUBE]

    There is definitely more, some with no vocals, some in other languages. I'll probably post them when they come (not sure about the ones in other languages though... might just stick with English.)

    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    A question:
    Do you people enjoy listening to the songs you have posted?
    Yes I do. It is just that, these songs actually have a stronger impact when depressed/sad.

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    I took the question more literally and I deduced that the sound of depression is similar to that of tinnitus.

    I'd post a clip, but you don't actually want to hear it because it'd make you anxious or depressed.

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    i usually avoid sad/dark songs, but i could listen to this one for ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i usually avoid sad/dark songs, but i could listen to this one for ages.
    Definitely like that song. I always forget that the singer was super attractive too lol.
    Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
    Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man


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