All by Myself. and for a real pity party, it's gotta be the Celine Dion verson.
Find the River by REMOr NightswimmingI love REM
sour times by portishead
For a classy pity party, I'll pick Svefn G Englar by Sigur Ros or How to Disappear Completely by Radiohead. For a creepy one, I'll put on Portishead.Just to let it all out, REM Everybody Hurts
Brick by Ben Fold's Five
REM country feedback.
Drinking Again, Sinatra. A classic.
Pure sadness: And So It Goes by Billy JoelHigh school breakup sadness: Somebody by Depeche Mode"I hate my dad"-ness: Anything by The Cure from about 1987 through 1994
Jeff Buckley, either Lover, You Should Have Come Over or So Real.
Time After TimeStill have an 80's crush on her. Not as much as Alyssia Milano, but close
also Jeff Buckley's Hallellujah. sigh... it's on my radio station now and i'm super sad now.
lately it's been love to a monster by okkervil river and never meant by american football and/or owen. all time it's probably gotta be casimir pulaski day by sufjan stevens.
also transatlanticism by death cab sob!
also! there is a light that never goes out by the smiths and you can make him like you by the hold steady ("there's always other boys, there's always other boyfriends, you can make em like you" is the best refrain when you're having boy troubles)i just made a pity party playlist last night can you tell
love me some emo music.
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