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time4sleep

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I can see a Spotify playlist coming on. I'd go for theme from Inspector Morse by Barrington Pheloung. Great piece
 
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FuneralCry said:
Funeral Cry by Dark Sanctuary. (My favourite song) The singer wants death to set her free from the pain this life brings. I can relate to it and I find it calming.
Yeah its nice
 
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Songs I’d like to listen to, before taking sn…

Moderat- Bad kingdom
The lyrics be hyping me up, just before I take the sn

Hans zimmer- time.
Id like to pass out into a dream state and listen to this

Xxxtentacion- Train food
The ending lyrics, ‘death has now arrived, times finally up’ I’d like to pass out as these lyrics end

Nf- let you down.
The last part, relating to how I feel about letting myself down in g final moments of my life.
 
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I'd listen to this song while ctb'ing:


My interpretation of it is that there's what sounds like a baby crying (someone who's just entered life) and an ambulance siren (for someone who's just exited life)...if I was looking over my life the first question I would ask would by ``why?'' Why did small things x, y, and z happen that dramatically altered my life (both good and bad)? The main lyrics ``don't ask my why'' tell us there's no explanation, so don't ask--things happen for no reason. For some reason, I find this thought comforting, that there's no explanation and no reason for why things happen to us -- they're just random, and there's no deeper reason that we might search for.

It's as if someone has just died, and they're expecting to find out some deep underlying plan/set of reasons for seemingly-random stuff that happened to them.....and they find out there is none...don't ask me why. :) The message and melody are very calming and reassuring...

I also find that the picture of an old-timey small rocky mountain town adds to the feelings of calming, of comfort and of contemplation...and I feel like the voice in the background at around 3:26 that sounds like it is saying ``...no matter what'' is comforting..

Hopefully this wasn't too rambling and pretentious lmao.
 
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For me I love the soundtrack “into the west” by Annie Lennox. It was the one they play as Frodo sails off at the end of lord of the rings three and feel it is so apt for passing out to.
 
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"Roads" by Portishead
"Heaven's Dead" by Audioslave
"Like Suicide" by Soundgarden
"Burning Bright" by Shinedown
"Serenity" by Godsmack

For me, it's really the majority of Chris Cornell's music catalogue. I :heart: Chris Cornell...
 
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The Wisp Sings -
To Build A Home (Instrumental) -
Winter -
Cosmos -
Je te laisserai des mots -
I have a few spotify playlists with calm songs / melancholy songs that people may like if you like these, I'd be willing to share some more songs if anyone is interested :) <3