13 Songs That Have Helped People With Anxiety and Depression at Night

A list of songs that have helped people struggling with anxiety and depression at night.

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13 Songs That Have Helped People With Anxiety and Depression at Night

“Guns for Hands” Twenty One Pilots

“We’ve turned our hands to guns, trade in our thumbs for ammunition. I must forewarn you, of my disorder, or my condition. ‘Cause when the sun sets…”

“21 Guns” Green Day

“And your thoughts have taken their toll. When your mind breaks the spirit of your soul.”

“Praying” Kesha

“No more monsters, I can breathe again.”

“Skyscraper” Demi Lovato

“Do you have to make me feel like there’s nothing left of me?”

“Breaking the Habit” Linkin Park

“I don’t want to be the one the battles always choose ’cause inside I realize that I’m the one confused.”

“Demons” Imagine Dragons

“It’s dark inside. It’s where my demons hide. It’s where my demons hide.”

“Superheroes” The Script

“Now she’s stronger than you know. A heart of steel starts to grow.”

“Under the Bridge” Red Hot Chili Peppers

“Sometimes I feel like my only friend is the city I live in…”

“Breathe Me” Sia

“I have been here many times before.”

“Try” Colbie Caillat

“When you’re all alone, by yourself, do you like you? Do you like you?”

“Days Like This” Van Morrison

“Well it’s not always raining there’ll be days like this. When there’s no one complaining there’ll be days like this.”

“Oh My Soul” Casting Crowns

“…no one would blame you, though. If you cried in private. If you tried to hide it away…”

“Reflection” Tool

“So crucify the ego, before it’s far too late. To leave behind this place so negative and blind and cynical…”

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