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Music is an expression of emotions, and sometimes artists get into the darkest corners of theirs. Here are some of the best songs to listen to on a gloomy, rainy day:


The Black Eyed Peas, 'Where Is The Love?'

Lewis Capaldi, 'Someone You Loved'

Natalie Imbruglia, 'Torn'

Kacey Musgraves, 'Rainbow'

Sam Smith, 'I'm Not The Only One'

Rihanna, 'Stay'

Billie Eilish, 'everything i wanted'

No Doubt, 'Don't Speak'

Joji, 'SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK'

Ingrid Andress, 'More Hearts Than Mine'

Ariana Grande, 'better off'

Lady Gaga, 'Million Reasons'

The Fray, 'You Found Me'

The Pussycat Dolls, 'I Hate This Part'

T.I., 'Dead & Gone'

Passenger, 'Let Her Go'

Sam Smith, 'Too Good At Goodbyes'

Swedish House Mafia, 'Don't You Worry Child'

P!nk, 'Try'

Leona Lewis, 'Bleeding Love'

Amy Winehouse, 'Love Is A Losing Game'

Coldplay, 'The Scientist'

James Bay, 'Let It Go'

Kesha, 'Praying'

A Great Big World, 'Say Something'

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