Top 10 Happy Sounding Songs With Dark Lyrics
Looking a bit more into this, it's not actually a song about suicide. Despite Roth being inspired to write the song after seeing a suicide attempt, "jumping" is actually Roth's metaphor for starting a new romantic relationship.
This is one of my favorite Van Halen songs. But it has a dark secret with it's chorus. It is based off a man about too commit suicide
Lead man David Lee Roth said so himself.
Now that I think about it, ya this has a terrible message. Childhood ruined
This song's lyrics describe a brutal serial killer's offspring of murder's. Just listen to the chorus when they say "Better run, better run faster than my bullet." Yikes.
Great song but the truly meaning it's just a dark thing!
School shootings. Pretty much sums it up.
Another favorite rock song with Dark lyrics. This song is based off a KISS fan's death while traveling to a KISS concert. Although it might be a tribute song to that fan, it still can't hide that fact.
It's about a fan that died on their way to a Kiss concert. I'm assuming the fan was in Detroit
This song you may remember singing at as a child, but this song isn't really meant for children. It is based completely on the infamous disease outbreak of the 1400's, the Black Death. The lyrics to this song are based on how people died from and handled the disease. Sick children's song if I may say so myself.
This song is a stalker song in the making. Just listen too the lyrics. It also turns into a suicidal song at the and, you gotta hear the lyrics song you'll see what I mean.
Many people mistake this for a love song, but this is about stalking.
"I'll be watching you"
After listening closely to the lyrics, this song isn't the same when it's played on a wedding... it's all about stalking and stuff..
This song may seem innocent but it isn't. It is a song about the downfall of drug abuse, specifically crystal meth, and the deprivity that comes with it. Just listen to the lyrics, "The sky was gold, it was a rose/I was taking sips through my nose/And I wish I could get back there, someplace back there/Smiling in pictures you would take/
This is an amazing rap song with some pretty screwed up lyrics and a even more screwed up music video. It is a song about a Eminem fan that goes too the verge of insanity when Eminem doesn't reply to Ryan's letter's. He goes to the point of driving his car of a bridge with his preganet wife in the trunk and himself obviously driving. Crazy enough for Slim Shady himself.
This song doesn't even sound happy in the slightest, let alone the lyrics.
I think they made it sound cheerful on purpose.
Nothing from this trash band is peaceful.
Okay, okay this song for some might not be dark, but for others like me, IT IS. The part that puts it here is when he says "He see's you when your sleeping, he knows when your awake." That is has stalker all over it!
The title says it all. This songs lyrics are about a bridge in London collapsing. People were on this bridge when it collapsed. You see what I mean.
The lyrics do sound pretty happy, it has been played at lots of high school proms, but Billie wrote this after an ex-girlfriend who moved to Ecuador. He said "In the song, I tried to be level-headed about her leaving, even though I was completely pissed off. So I named it 'Good Riddance' just to express my anger."
Ot just sounds as happy as almost all the Beatles songs, but woa what happened here..?!
"But when she turns her back on the boy
He creeps up from behind
Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer
Came down upon her head
Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer
Made sure that she was dead"
About a child psycho going around murdering people with his hammer. it so catchy though, pretty freaky
By far should be #1. Listen to the sample.
Music is too happy for this subject matter but I totally love the song.
It's about suicide
I have ever thought that there's a huge discrepancy between music and lyrics of this song, especially the chorus - it is too playful for the lyrics "No doctor, no healing, there's only disbelieving - the naked truth, no fantasy". I like this song for the music and it's performance - vox, guitars, drums.
This song is about censorship of Western culture during the Iranian Revolution.
This song doesn't sound happy at all.
I love this song though
Billie Joe Armstrong wrote this song about him thinking he's losing his mind