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What's the Saddest Song You've Ever Heard?
#51



If You Knew, by Joel Faviere.
Short, but poignant.
Yes, she may be alive, but at what cost?
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#52
That's a pretty powerful song.
“The thought of suicide is a great consolation: by means of it one gets through many a dark night.” Friedrich Nietzsche

This, too, shall pass.

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#53
Goodbye (I'm Sorry) by Jamestown Story
Her Last Words by Courtney Parker
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#54




"Roads" by Portishead.
"It is not suicide, not the act itself, but the very idea that suicide is a real possibility - this... this alone is the great comfort."
Fyodor Dostoevsky
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#55
Jeremy by Pearl Jam.  It is about Jeremy Wade Delle who in Feb 1991 died by suicide in front of his English class.   Every time I hear it I instantly become suicidal.  HUGE TRIGGER WARNING  if you look it up on YouTube.
-----===A Poem about a black rose I wrote===-----
Your thorns are still there, bitting into my heart.
Your canes wrap around my heart like barb wire.
Twisting too and fro with the movement.  
Tearing and ripping holes in my heart.
Droplets of blood glistening red on the sharp green points. 
Feeding Iron and nutrients to you while draining me.



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#56




Inner Demons -Juliana Brennan
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#57
Numb by Linkin Park

(cello cover)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EI8RQw5u9EA
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#58
(12-05-2017, 01:48 AM)Lurker.In.The.Night Wrote: Numb by Linkin Park

I'm finding anything by Linkin Park sad now when you listen to it with the knowledge of Chester Bennington's suicide. One that particularly touches me is In the End, especially these lyrics:

I tried so hard,
and got so far
But in the end
it doesn't even matter.
When it seems all is forsaken
Listen to me now
You need never feel broken again
Sometimes darkness will show you the light.

~ The Light, Disturbed
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