Saddest Songs Written By Christians or Christian Artists?

By Jeremiah Holdsworth on August-27-2011 | Filed under Articles, News | Tags : , , | Share

I’m working on a playlist of saddest songs by Christians or Christian artists.  They could be sad but hopeful, sad but loving, sad due to losing a loved one, personal struggles, etc…., or just sad in general.  I was wondering what are some of your favorite sad songs?  Right now I keep listening to “Goodbye” by Plankeye.

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About the author Jeremiah Holdsworth

I was born in Florida and currently reside in the Houston Texas area. I have a wonderful wife and two sons. I like all genres of music so I can't be boxed in. I listen to it all and review it all. View all posts by Jeremiah Holdsworth

220 Responses to 'Saddest Songs Written By Christians or Christian Artists?'

  1. CommanderKeen says:

    States – Asleep

  2. Bill Smith says:

    Try “Save a place for me” -Matthew West. I love that song.

  3. Peyton says:

    Chase-Tedashii. I love Tedashii and this is the saddest song he has. In march last year his 1 year old son died in a car accident and Chase is the song Tedashii wrote for his son. Look it up.

    • B Reel says:

      Yo Yo Yo Peyton, you be right on with dis one.

      Chase by Tedashii is the saddest song I ever be hearing. Got this cd and dis tune be on my beats all da time.

      Dis CD is a must have for any hip/hop lover and is gonna push Lecrae for CD of da year.

      Reach Records does it again.

  4. Hailey says:

    Without You by For King and Country

  5. Luc M says:

    Have never read this post before. I would say Sleeping at Last’s Silhouettes. Such a sad song about a falling apart family from the son’s/daughter’s view.

  6. Aner jimenez says:

    Delirious – It’s ok
    Jars of Clay – Oh my God
    Skypark – That’s what you say

  7. benny says:

    michael w smith, friends are friends

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