“You’re Not Alone” by Michael Jackson
The born talented – Michael Jackson’s song “you’re not alone” was the first song to ever hit billboard top 100 at #1. This extremely soothing piece of melody depicts how difficult it can be to cope up with emotional triggers, even for a celebrity! Michael Jackson had gifted the world many hit songs, but this song has touched the hearts of millions with its soft, comforting and deep musical framework.
“You never said goodbye
Did you have to go
And leave my world so cold
Though we’re far apart
You’re always in my heart”
“Nothing is going to Change” by George Benson
Love is a beautiful feeling. Probably more beautiful and deeper than which can be defined in words. Old musical songs have a history to portray this feeling better than anyone else, and this melodious song given by George Benson is much loved for its soulful chords. Nothing which can’t make you feel loved and desired.
“The world may change my whole life through but
Nothing’s gonna change my love for you”
“Hard to say I’m sorry ” by Chicago
In this real hard world, finding ones who matter and aren’t too proud to admit love and mistakes are rare. This song reminds us to be humble and be the best we can be, whether it is for friends, family or your dear one. This song is melodically flawless and more a triumph of the kindness and love than the skillful tricks of the brain.
“After all that we’ve been through
I will make it up to you
I promise to.
And after all that’s been said and done
I really want to tell you I’m sorry
You’re just the part of me I can’t let go”
“One Last Goodbye” by Anathema
The feeling of emptiness is not bearable at most of the times. All you wish in the moment is the absolute comfort and a voice for your emotions. Just to bear the pain of separation from your beloved. The distance never brings you any joy, but a slow, dizzy atmosphere and down key music helps to express that bleakness. This apt version of Anathema’s music reveals the side of listeners who love to wallow in sweet pain.
“Somehow I knew you would leave me this way
You took my heart away
In my dreams I can see you
I can tell you how I feel”
“Pain” by Backfield
Heartbroken lyrics, aching rhythms, and screaming desires, Backfield – pain is a much-needed masterpiece to drive your emotions altogether. Once heard, its hangover is everlasting. It calms the soul which never rests and the sensational music weeps with you in your low moments.
To all those who love to immerse themselves in deep down sorrows and feel the heat of hurt and unmet fancies, this song is at your service!
“While I’m melting in the rain
Deep in pain
She is so far
Will we ever meet again as friends
after so long”
“Take Me to Your Heart” by Michael Learns To Rock
One day, walking down the road, plug on “take me to your heart” and get drowned in the nostalgia. This song is perfectly capable of bringing back all the good time memories, reminding you of your lovely encounters with romance. The best thing about this song is that it is completely non-depressive and invokes pathos and emotions from the corners of your strength and belief in love.
“Looking at a crowded street
Listening to my own heart beat
So many people all around the world
All I need is someone who makes me want to sing”
“I will be Waiting for You” by Richard Marx
“I will be waiting for you” is an extremely sober and drowsy soundtrack without any abrasiveness. It escalates very emotional and expressive vocals which vibe with the feeling of despair and emptiness. It might even radiate the kind of emptiness which equates with your love life. An old-school romantic melody is a perfect classification for this soulful song.
“Where ever You go
What ever You do
What ever it takes
How my heart breaks
I will be right here waiting for you”
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