(Last Updated On: June 7, 2019)
Each of us gets lonely at some point in our life and when it persists, enjoying what life has to offer gets harder and harder. Here is a list of songs that talk about that feeling.
1. Justin Bieber – Somebody To Love
In this song Justin isn’t asking for a lot but just someone to be with since fame can be really lonely. He just wants someone to share his thoughts and feelings with.
2. Rixton – Me and my broken heart
The song takes most of its melody from the 2005 Rob Thomas song “Lonely No More”
3. Lewis Capaldi – Someone You loved
Lewis sings about a past partner whom he misses. He gave his all in the relationship but she left him anyway. Now all he wants is someone to love because he misses the way it felt with his ex.
4. Akon – Lonely
Akon wishes he had treated his girlfriend better after she left him.
5. Marshmello – Alone
Marshemello said he was insipred to do this track after he moved away from his friend and family so he started feeling home sick and lonely like he didn’t belong.
6. Summer Walker & Drake – Girls Need Love
This is a confessional, candid vent on the plights facing girls who speak truthfully about the very normal need for affection, love, sex or any other form.
7. Celine Dion – That’s The Way It Is
This is one of Celine Dion’s most successful singles which reached the top ten in different charts worldwide.
8. Mariah Carey – I Want To Know What Love Is
This is MC’s seventeenth track on “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel.”
9. Bruno Mars – Talking To The Moon
This is a jazz power ballad where Bruno sings about being lonely while on a long distance relationship.
10. Trey Songz – I Need A Girl
The track is about how Trey needs a girl who could just love him for who he is and not one who will use him then drop him. He wants a girl who’s ready to ride along with him.
11. Lukas Graham – 7 Years
12. Rihanna – Where Have You Been
Rihanna is singing about hoping for a lover to show up. She desperately wonders where her lover has been before they met.
13. Queen – Somebody To Love
Freddie portrays himself as damaged, depressed and very much longing for love as a means of leaving his sorrows.