What are some songs about missing someone?


Sometimes, music can help ease the heart when you are sad or lonely. Whether you are missing a special someone, or making a mix to let your loved one far away know that you are thinking of them, this list can help you get inspired to put your emotions to song.

  • With or Without You by U2
  • Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson
  • Song to Say Goodbye by Placebo
  • Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
  • What Hurts the Most by Rascal Flatts
  • Times Like These by the Foo Fighters
  • Goodbye by the Beatles
  • Don't Forget to Remember Me by Carrie Underwood
  • I Don't Want to Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
  • I Will Remember You by Sarah McLachlan
  • Thorn in My Side by Eurythmics.

Whether you are lonely, experiencing a bad breakup, or just an extended period away from your loved ones, remember that many people have been through the same heartache that you are experiencing. While it is healthy to take some time to appreciate the depth of your emotions, remember to keep your head held high!
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