The Top 10 Depressing Songs for People Alone on St. Valentines’ Day

by Cletus P. Stillwater, Jr. on February 7, 2013

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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, the thought of being alone is devastating for some people. While some guys see this as a great opportunity to go hunting for the “wounded gazelle”, others will sit home in an alcohol induced funk. Even worst some of you may be that depressing person pumping cash into the jukebox at the local bar bringing everyone down.

Are you one of the aforementioned people that are going to be crying in your beer because nobody loves you? If you are here are 10 of the most depressing “my baby done left me” and break up songs in history of music.

The The: Love Is Stronger Than Death

Smashing Pumpkins: Mayonaise

Guns N’ Roses: November Rain

Candle Box: Far Behind

Chris Isaak: Wicked Game

Good Charlotte: March On (Acoustic)

Nickelback: Photograph

Mad World: Gary Jules

Nazareth: Love Hurts

And finally the big daddy of depressing love songs.

Johnny Cash: Hurt

If you are sitting around on Valentine’s Day listening to these songs, please get some help. Our advice? Wipe the Cheetoes dust off of yourself and go meet someone. The best way to get over someone is to get on someone.

Bonus song if you really want to push it over the edge

Eric Carmen – All By Myself

 

 

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