Top 10 Sad Rock Songs

A little bit of nostalgia...

A selection of the best rock songs about sadness in the distance...

Along with love, loneliness and sadness have always been a popular topic for songwriting. Revealing the issue of sadness for someone, such compositions can be a very good way to overcome longing, gain inner strength, or simply realize your true feelings towards another person ...

Probably, many people are well aware of the feeling when someone is really missing, the feeling of wanting to be with someone who is so far away ... That is why we bring to your attention the Top 5 songs about distance and sadness! Below is a great classic, reminiscent of the long and confusing road that we all once walked ... We think this playlist can turn into something positive! In the end, life goes on and everything changes for the better! Let's not delay, let's go!

Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here (1975)

We are like two lost souls
We swim like fish in an aquarium
Year after year.
We are trampling on the old place.
What did we find?
The same old fears...

John Wait - Missing You (1984)

"You do not know,
How desperate I have become...
And it looks like I'm losing this fight."

Scorpions – Still Loving You (1984)

"Your pride has built a wall
So strong that I can't get through.
Don't I have a chance
To start all over again?"

Journey – Faithfully (1983)

"Circus life under the dome of the world,
We all want clowns to make us laugh.
Through space and time
Another show...
Thinking about where I'm lost without you
After all, so loving, it is not easy to be apart.
Two strangers learn to love again
I like to rediscover you"

Electric Light Orchestra – Turn to Stone (1977)

"Shadows dance on the wall
That's all I see while you're gone"

The Rolling Stones – Miss You (1978)

"I won't miss you
But I know I’m lying to myself…”

Aerosmith - I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing (1998)

"I don't want to miss a moment
Even if you dream of me
I won't have enough of this sweet dream"

Kiss–Beth (1976)

"You say you feel so empty...
Our house has not become a cozy nest...
I'm always somewhere else
And you're always alone"

Def Leppard – Miss You in a Heartbeat (1992)

"I guess there's something deep inside
What should not be from time to time ... "

Steve Perry - Missing You (1994)

"Missing You…"

Bonus track - Eric Clapton's Missing You (1986)!

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