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10 of the Most Crushing Songs About Regret
That malleable sentiment takes form in any number of ways. And while we all try to live our lives with as few as possible, here are 10 of the most intense songs to help you deal with different regrets. The brass section reinforces the message. A trombone solo dances along the melody before James comes in to repeat the refrain. It talks about a broad and general regret for the life you got stuck in.
FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. I'm a parent of a teenager who wants little to do with my life lessons, philosophical nuggets, or pearls of wisdom. As a teen, she doesn't want to hear about what anyone learned from their mistake. Right now, she's too busy texting with friends and listening to music. But this mother is creative and won't be easily dissuaded.
One of the best decisions of my life. . It's not a love song in the generic sense — it's one that completely . It's basically turned into a best friend I can listen to anytime, making me feel whatever I'm feeling even more strongly.
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1. "You Can't Always Get What You Want" by The Rolling Stones
If you know me personally, you know that decisions like what major I want to go into or whether or not to move to campus keep me in a perpetual state of quarter-life crisis. Do not fear. As the self-proclaimed king of blowing things out of proportion, I have been collecting an expansive library of songs that have helped me get out of numerous uncertainty-related funks over the years. This song undoubtedly belongs at the top of the list. I should also note this song seems to be about relationships, but just pretend love is a metaphor or something. The first few lines are enough for me to want to include it on this list. I hope somebody finds some new music out of this — I tried to avoid obvious picks sorry, no Gloria Gaynor.
Within six months the relationship I had moved west for had fallen apart and the job I had managed to get hired at had politely shown me the door. I spent the next year juggling three jobs: one at a bar, one as a 5 a. I had just gotten out of an intensely unhealthy relationship with a month's lease left, and I picked up everything and moved to New York. The stanza that starts with 'I'm trying to find my peace' carried me for a while, and the video has an incredible depiction of how thin the line is between laughing and crying at one point she mouths 'I'm going to cry! It'll always be a super-special song to me. A sense of not being from here nor there but still being present and seeing it all happen around you.