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Hey, so, as this tag (music) has just been created i wanted to break the ice and try to generate some kind of chat were we can share different songs that had helped us to get through some sh*ty moments and stuff (or we just like them).
So, first, i’d like to say that music is my life, i have always had this sensitivity (also in general) to some specific songs, not necessarily an specific music genre. I could listen to that song and instantly get in the deep mood which provoked in me (sadness, melancholia, euphoria, hope, growth).
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I’ve actually already posted this, but here the songs are into categories of the emotions they create.
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So to put here some examples (also some lgbtiqa+ themed songs down there).
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Happiness/hope/growth:
- Billie Eilish: come out and play----------for those who want to show themselves and their creations (especially art) out there but are to scared to do so
- Ed Sheeran: What Do I Know?
- Jeremy Zucker: scared-------------THIS IS A REALLY GOOD ONE
- Kodaline: Brother----------I got you.
- Kodaline: High Hopes.
- La La Land (Emma Stone): Audition (The Fools Who Dream).
- Linkin Park: Iridescent / One More Light------------don’t lose hope.
- P!nk: Walk Me Home-------------I need a safe place.
- Rise Cast (Spring Awakening musical): I Believe / Scars To Your Beatiful
- Shawn Mendes: A Little Too Much-----------Sometimes it all gets a little too much.
- Shawn Mendes: Life of the Party.
- The Greatest Showman: A Million Dreams------------------(also my profile picture)
- Lorde: Buzzcut Season.
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Sadness/Melancholia/Emptiness/Loneliness:
- Conan Gray: Comfort Crowd-------------One for the lonely people (almost everyone)
- Conan Gray: I Know A Place / Sometime-------------To everyone who just wants to go somewhere else.
- Conan Gray: Idle Town / Little League / The Other Side----------Yeah, good melancholia.
- Conan Gray (yes, i love him): The Cut That Always Bleeds-----------For when you’re tired of being the second best of someone.
- dodie: Sick Of Losing Soulmates
- FINNEAS: I Lost A Friend
- All Gracie Abrams songs, especialy: I miss you, I’m sorry
- Jaymes Young: I’ll Be Good.
- Kodaline: All I Want
- Labrinth: Jealous.
- Lauv, Troye Sivan: i’m so tired…
- LÉON: Pink------------i love the acoustic live version.
- Lorde: A World Alone.
- Lorde: Liability.-------------This one always hits hard.
- Lorde: Writer In The Dark.
- Louis Tomlinson: Miss You.
- Michael Schulte: You Let Me Walk Alone------------One for the mourning or in gief.
- My Chemical Romance: Cancer------------Diseases suck (Physical and mental ones).
- Panic! At The Disco: House of Memories.
- Shawn Mendes: Use Somebody.
- The Goo Goo Dolls: Iris------------I don’t want the world to see me, 'cause i don’t think that they’d understand (…)I just want you to know who I am.
- A lot of Twenty One Pilots songs are really deep (more like all of them) but these are the ones that hit harder (and that i really understand):
Air catcher / Before You Start Your Day / Car Radio / Christmas Saves The Year (2020) / Fall Away (Be careful with the volume in this one) / Forest / Friend, Please / Goner / Hometown / Kitchen Sink / Lovely / Migraine / Neon Gravestones / Not Today / Slowtown / The Judge / Truce
- Weathers: I’m Not Ok.
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Protest vindictive music:
- Cage The Elephant: Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked.
- Halsey: Drive / New Americana----------for when you have no hope in humanity (but still a little bit).
- Kesha: Here Comes The Change----------Equality hymn
- Lorde: Perfect Places---------------Drugs and depression.
- MCR: Teenagers.
- Imagine Dragons: Dream.
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Now, some just LGBTIQA+ themed ones:
- Allie Grace: Ordinary----------------Also touches the ‘not fitting in’ feeling. You don’t have to be ordinary (Or straight).
- Wrabel: The Village-------------- A wonderful one, please LISTEN to it.
- Abbey Glover: I Wish You Liked Girls.
- dodie: She
- Billie Eilish: wish you were gay (not actually gay but you can interpretate it the way you want to)
- Calum Scott: No Matter What.
- Clairo: Sofia.
- Jonathan Groff: All That’s Known-----------LGBTIQA+ themed (more or less) I recommend the musical (Spring Awakening) and the serie inspired by it (Rise).
- girl in red (now, get ready): two queens in a king sized bed / 4am / i need to be alone / forget her. / girls / i wanna be your girlfriend / i’ll die anyway (this is a depressive one) / Say It / midnight love / watch you sleep. / we fell in love in october.
- Hayley Kiyoko: Demonds / Feelings / Girls Like Girls / HNLY / L.O.V.E. Me / Wanna be Missed.
- The Neighbourhood: Sweater Weather----------Also, Conan Gray’s cover is so good. It think if you’re LGBTIQA+ you’ll know why i’ll say this is a bisexual themed song.
- Cavetown: This Is Home-----------This is a song that tackles trans dysphoria problems, anxiety and depression. Even though I’m not trans, it hits hard.
- Lily Allen: Fu** You (Not just lgbtiqa+ but equality themed)
- Rizha: Cute Bitch.
- Sam Smith: HIM
- Taylor Swift: You Need To Calm Down-----------Another queer one (You have to know this one)
- Taylor Louderman: Little Miss Perfect-------------LGBTIQA+ themed (really good musical piece)
- Kesha: Rainbow----------Queer hymn.

Wow that’s a lot. Sorry.
So that is all, a lot. If you want to just listen to some of them it will be great.
I don’t know if anyone’s really gonna see this. If you have some opinion just write it down there.

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Hey. First of all, this list has some great songs. One thing that I share with you is the love for Music. It’s my life too. And I really appreciate the effort you put in to actually write this list. Not many people do that.

Thanks a lot. Those words really mean more than you’d think.
I wish you a good life.