Sometimes you listen to sad songs on purpose, don't you?
This mad girl, Ra introduced me to 'Cannonball' by Damien Rice. It's so exquisitely painful, that aching addiction that you can't resist. You're perfectly peaceful, the weather's great and you have a whole heart that you have sort of succeeded in tying up and securing in its rightful place. Yet, you knowingly stumble into the poetic verse of a goodbye song. And you live a heartbreak moment right then and there. Whether you're denying it, whether you've experienced it, whether you want to experience or not.
"It's not hard to fall when you float like a cannonball"
That's the problem with these sad love songs. You can relate to them somehow or the other. Whether you've been through a million or nil relationships (I belonging to the latter category) you can just feel something.
If you ever get into one of those moods, you know what to do...
'You' - Switchfoot
'Ishtihaar' - Rabbi
'Chhalla' - Rabbi
'Khalouni' - Cheb Mami
'Tzazae' - Cheb Mami
'Apologise' - Timbaland feat. One Republic
'Easy to Please' - Coldplay
'Eleanor' - Low Millions
'Every breath you take' - The Police
'Stigmatized' - The Calling (beeauutiful)
'Mar Jaawaan' - 'Fashion'
'Mein Herz Brennt' - Rammstein
'Najaney kyun' - Strings
'Varaka Nathikarai' - 'Sangamam' ( I don't know why this song makes me sad but it does)
'Ye mera divanapan hai' - 'The Namesake'
'Ek geet hijar da' - Rabbi
'Afterglow' - INXS (of course)
'Simple like the truth' - Darius
'Undiscovered' - Ashlee Simpson
'Thaiyya thaiyya' - 'Dil Se'
'Polly come home' - Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
'With or without you' - U2
'All I want is you' - U2
Or the best way to get out of it would be to listen to some good old chauvinistic, unsentimental 50 Cent, don't cha think?