About death - Part II
A rare song Eminem wrote after his best friend's death. He actually never officially released it and you can hear how bad he was feeling.
This song is self-critical, as the song progresses, Orelsan expresses his disgust with his life and the different ways he would like to end it.
Barbara never really explained what was the sense of this song. But many thoeries says the Black Eagle is just a metaphor for her dad, who abused her when she was young.
The song is a metaphor, but it's not clear about what it is. It talks about a loss anyway.
A song about her mother.
This is about a fan of the band who killed herself and how the singer feels like he didn't do enough to help.
This is about a suicide.
This is a continuation of "Bath Room" (song #18), by the perspective of the person who found the body.
This extremely sad song talks about the tragic death of Teixerinha's mom. He was nine when she, in a burst of epilepsy, fell into a fire she lit and was consumed by the flames. He became an orphan and had to move with relatives as his father had also died earlier.
In 1972, Mina released 'Altro', with two songs about suicide, though with different perspectives. 'Volendo si può' has a change for the worst as the chorus goes on and the narrator becomes obsessive and intempestive, like a soon to be suicidal.
In 1972, Mina released 'Altro', with two songs about suicide, though with different perspectives. 'Rudy', with elegant lyrics, ends in tragedy as a mother kills herself and her two children by gas.
This song, directed at juvenile audiences, is actually a mourning song that ends in tears. Xuxa talks about her loved dog, Xuxo, which had died due to an infectious disease at around 14 years of age.
Song was written during a difficult moment in Vladana's life, when her mother died of COVID-19. It indirectly talks about the disease.
Song talks about the death of Iracema, Adoniran's lover. It also depicts how she passed of, after being hit by a car while crossing the street.
About a man's view on life and death, and death as humans' unavoidable destiny.
About the dead and their actions.
About a man's suicide and return of his spirit.
About the death of a loved one and one's coping through music.
About the loss of one's father (the interpret's hommage to the father he lost when 15).
About a woman's "long sleep" (implicit suicide).
Song written by Renaud as an hommage to his friend comedian Coluche after this one died in a motorcycle accident on June 19th, 1986.
About the departure of one's child (going away, not death) - Aznavour's hommage to his daughter.
Catherine Ringer's hommage to dancer and choreagrapher Marcia Moretto, with whom she had worked earlier on and who died of cancer in 1979.
About a man's reflection(s) on his life and intensifying suicidal thoughts.
About a guy depressed after a breakup who tries to take his life but (thankfully) fails.
About a man's wish to die (suicidal thoughts, potential depression) and his friend's attempt to save him.
About a family's reaction to a loved one's death - drug abuse/overdose prevention.
About a couple of junkies and their death - drug abuse prevention.
About the 'departure' of a loved one (ambiguous lyrics).
About a man's suicide - he denounces all he sees that's wrong in society before pulling the trigger.
About a child's 'departure' (ambiguous lyrics).
About a man's wishes if he were to die/after he dies.
About a woman (maybe the singer)'s wishes as it pertains to dying.
About the death of a brother whose memory never dies (potential soldier who never came back from the war?).
About the absence of a loved one (potentially dead).
About bad life coincidences and dying too young - Calogero's hommage to Sofiane Tadbirt and Kévin Noubissi, two young adults who were killed on September 28th, 2012 in the neighborhood the singer grew up in.
About GrandMa's death - looking back in time/reflecting on change.
Song on the hypothetical "what if you were to die tomorrow?".
About literally 'surviving' (living longer than) a loved one - reflection on what one can survive another person through.
About the Alder-King's murder of a child and the father's ensuing despair.
About the 'departure' (implied death) of a loved one - the singer's hommage to his grandfather.
Anticipatory hommage to the famous singer Johnny Hallyday - the song came out in 2015 but Johnny actually died in 2017.
About one's wish (maybe the singer's?) to leave before their kin.
Song personifying death, discussing the cancer pandemic specifically.
About a madman murdering his love to keep her all to himself and accepting his faith to die.
Hamdax's hommage to his father who died of cancer in 2010 - more broadly, an hommage to dead parents.
Hommage to their mother - showing respect and care before she 'goes', encouraging all kids to display their love before it's too late.
This song is written as a tribute to Daisuke Ochida who committed suicide on July 15, 2010.
About the death of a "father's wife" and the experience of loss for his children.
About the tempting nature of suicide in certain moments of one's life.
About a man who describes what life will look like after his own death (in a positive tone).
About a man aware that he is slowly dying from disease, and the difficulty of the process for him and his partner (and his kids).
About the potential non-existence of death (reassuring tone).
About death (and more specifically terrorism) - the band's hommage to the victims of the 2011 terrorist attacks that occured in Norway, 69 of whom died on the island of Utøya.
About someone struggling with disease and envisionning their departure.
Song is a tribute to Vandross's father, who died of diabetes when he was 8.
Poem written by Bandeira to remember his departed friend, Mário de Andrade.
Poem depicts the madness-driven suicide of Ismália, who jumped to her death from atop a tower.