Top 10 Rock Songs That Will Depress You Completely

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There are some rock songs that will inspire you and make you feel hopeful about life in general. Then there are those that will make you feel hopeful about death. The following is a list of the top 10 rock songs that will surely depress you if you feel the blues are creeping up to you.


1. Lover, You Should Have Come Over by Jeff Buckley

The song is brilliant and Jeff Buckley’s voice is beautiful, to say the least. However, the lyrics are so depressing that you will want to kill yourself before the song ends. It’s a pretty song which mixes breakup with a breakdown and talks a lot about loneliness.


2. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd is known to have created some of the best songs ever and this one is not an exception. If you come out alive after listening to Lover, You Should Have Come Over, make sure you listen to the lyrics of this song which talk about having an unresponsive and indifferent attitude towards the world.


3. Decades by Joy Division

The fact that Ian Curtis had unmistakable suicidal tendencies becomes apparent in this song. The lyrics talk about how ‘we’ knocked on hell’s doors and forced ‘ourselves’ in. It is quite a breaking taking ode to suicide.

4. Yes by Manic Street Preachers

This song is laced with every depressing theme you can think of- mutilation, annihilation, alienation and deprecation. Richey James Edward was clearly emotionally unstable and the fact that he disappeared without a trace in 1995 makes it easy to understand why he wrote such mind-numbingly depressing lyrics.


5. Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down by Interpol

When this song was released, it became clear that the band was a part of the ‘goth pop’ genre. The lyrics centre around a woman who is stuck in a dark society and how she drowns herself to make it end. The atmosphere surrounding the song is dark and depressing enough to make you want to cry yourself to sleep.


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