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175 Songs About Missing Someone You Love

FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song.

It sure hurts to be apart from someone you love.  If you're going to sulk, you might as well listen to some good music while you do it.

It sure hurts to be apart from someone you love. If you're going to sulk, you might as well listen to some good music while you do it.

When Missing Loved Ones Becomes a Lifestyle

I grew up missing people. My father was a company man — a corporate nomad — so when it came time to move again, we packed up and went where the career opportunities led him.

The only place he ever declined to move was Utah. That's because no one in their right mind agrees to move to Utah. (Hey, no offense.)

Growing up, I missed friends, neighbors, and classmates across six states. Relationships were temporary. Living hundreds of miles from relatives, we visited them once or twice a year. For seven years, my dad worked second shift so he could climb that corporate ladder; often I missed him, too.

When I attended college, naturally it was out-of-state. Then, I landed a corporate job much like his and continued the nomadic lifestyle of corporate relocations and missing people.

Once I became a parent, however, I sought to ensure that my own daughter didn't grow up missing people she loved. I wanted to give her the gift of being "from" somewhere. I wanted to give her the gift of not continually feeling loss or separation from all that was familiar.

We now live a stone's throw from my parents and other family. Corporate nomads eventually find their oasis, and it's rarely at the top of the organizational ladder.

Where is your oasis?

Where is your oasis?

1. "Ghost" by Justin Bieber

Although regretful about losing a loved one (whether through death or physical separation), Justin Bieber honors their memory with love and remembrance. Since his loved one cannot be close to him physically, he settles for their ghost. He addresses them directly, "I miss you more than life." The soothing 2021 pop song is relevant to people separated from family, friends, and others during the long COVID-19 pandemic that claimed so many lives and required periods of social isolation.

2. "I Miss You" by Incubus

Have you ever been so absorbed by someone that when they're gone, even for a few days, thoughts of missing them utterly consume you? This song from 2000 reflects that sentiment of wanting to be with them again.

3. "Wish You Were Here" by Avril Lavigne

Count yourself lucky if you have someone who really "gets you" deep down. They're here, they're everywhere, but when they're apart from you, your life feels like misery. This 2011 song is a dedication to that close bond.

Missing someone you love due to a move, business travel, relationship separation or break-up, military deployment, or death?  Make a playlist of missing you songs to ease the pain.

Missing someone you love due to a move, business travel, relationship separation or break-up, military deployment, or death? Make a playlist of missing you songs to ease the pain.

4. "Please Come To Boston" by Dave Loggins

This 1974 country classic is an anthem for anyone who moves away from their roots and leaves a sweetheart behind. It's about a man who travels from Boston to Denver to LA, trying to make his mark on the world.

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Along his journey, he invites his beloved to join him, but she says, "No, boy, won't you come home to me?" In reality, singer/songwriter Dave Loggins admits that there was no one actually waiting for him back in Tennessee.

5. "So Far Away" by Carole King

This reflective, mournful 1971 song sure stands the test of time. People churn through our lives and move forward in their own journeys, but that doesn't mean we don't miss them terribly.

6. "Far Away" by Nickelback

If you've ever been in a relationship in which both partners struggle to get their timing right, you'll appreciate this 2006 song. One partner may be ready for a big commitment while the other is not yet prepared to go "all in." Failing to synchronize both hearts might mean living forever with regrets or what-ifs. Does this resonate for you?

"I wanna write ‘I miss you’ on a rock and throw at your face so you know how much it hurts to miss you." - Anonymous

"I wanna write ‘I miss you’ on a rock and throw at your face so you know how much it hurts to miss you." - Anonymous

7. "I Miss You" by Klymaxx

If you've ever broken up with someone and had a hard time forgetting him or her, this is the song for you. The 1985 song is about a broken relationship that isn't over yet for one partner.

8. "Get Here" by Oleta Adams

No matter the distance that may separate you and the one you love, there are many modes of transportation that can unite you. This 1991 song cleverly describes some of them, from the mundane to the unusual, because "I don't care how you get here, just get here if you can."

9. "Baby Come Back" by Player

Sometimes you don't realize you've made a mistake until a person has left your side. This 1977 song emphasizes hindsight in a broken love relationship, highlighting the man's desire to make things right:

Baby come back, any kind of fool could see
There was something in everything about you
Baby come back, you can blame it all on me
I was wrong and I just can't live without you ... .

"I keep myself busy with the things I do. But every time I pause, I still think of you." - Anonymous

"I keep myself busy with the things I do. But every time I pause, I still think of you." - Anonymous

10. "Miss You Like Crazy" by Natalie Cole

In this 1989 song, the couple may have taken a break but the woman's feelings for her partner have remained strong. She has missed him so badly that it makes you think she is a little crazy herself.

"Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven." - Tryon Edwards

"Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven." - Tryon Edwards

11. "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T’s

This is a sweet love song from 2005 about a girl who is away at school in New York City, separated 1,000 miles from her boyfriend. The young man offers her long-distance love as well as encouragement to keep hanging in there for two more years until they can be together again.

12. "Tears In Heaven" by Eric Clapton

There's nothing so heart wrenching as the death of a child. This 1992 song was written two years after Clapton's four-year old son, Conor, fell from a window of a 53rd-floor New York apartment building. In the years since, Clapton dealt with his grief by writing this Grammy-nominated song and by making public service announcements for childproofing windows and staircases.

"My heart never knew loneliness until you went away."

"My heart never knew loneliness until you went away."

13. "Who Knew" by Pink

In this 2006 song Pink is in disbelief that her relationship is over:

If someone said three years from now
You'd be long gone
I'd stand up and punch them out
Cause they're all wrong
I know better 'cause you said forever, and ever
Who knew?

For many people the effects of a broken relationship linger.

14. "Missing You" by John Waite

Although the mind may tell you that you don't miss that special person, the heart knows differently. So says this 1984 song in which a man still wonders why his lover left, as he desperately struggles with his memories of her.

"Even when we are apart, we have a link from heart to heart."

"Even when we are apart, we have a link from heart to heart."

15. "Always Something There to Remind Me" by Naked Eyes

The man in this 1983 song has broken up with his beloved. He misses her and is having a hard time moving on because everywhere he goes there are reminders of her sweet tenderness.

16. "I’m Already There" by Lonestar

Families that are separated by business travel or military obligations can identify with the message in this 2001 song. While traveling on business, the narrator calls home when his child asks, "Daddy when you comin' home?" The manner in which the father responds is sheer poetry.

"No matter how far apart we are we will always be under the same sky."

"No matter how far apart we are we will always be under the same sky."

17. "I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith

This 1997 power ballad describes the intensity felt by one person towards another, as he wants to capture every moment he can listening to her breathe, watching her smile while she is sleeping, and wondering what she is dreaming.

18. "Holes in the Floor of Heaven" by Steve Wariner

When you lose a loved one—whether a grandparent, spouse or friend—grief can linger. However, there is comfort in knowing that your loved one watches over you from above. This 1998 song acknowledges their loving watchfulness.

"You may be out of my sight, but never out of my mind. I miss you!"

"You may be out of my sight, but never out of my mind. I miss you!"

19. "Missing You" by Steve Perry

In this 1994 song, the narrator misses his former lover and blames himself for the relationship breakup:

You gave much more than I did
I gave what I had to give
If I could you know I would
I'd make it up to you instead I'm
Missing you.

"Days were better when we were together."

"Days were better when we were together."

20. "Home" by Michael Bublé

The narrator in this 2005 song is apart from his lover while he travels. Missing her terribly and wanting to return home, he says he

May be surrounded by
A million people I
Still feel all alone.
I just wanna go home.
Oh, I miss you, you know ... .

21. "A Long December" by Counting Crows

When you lose someone you love, the anniversary of their death can be an especially challenging time. In this 1996 song—written about a band member's friend who was run over by a car—the winter months bring back images and smells that remind him of his grief.

"What is the opposite of two? A lonely me, a lonely you."

"What is the opposite of two? A lonely me, a lonely you."

22. "He Stopped Loving Her Today" by George Jones

If this legendary 1980 song doesn't leave a lump in your throat, you've got no heart. It revived the career of George Jones ("The Possum") and is about a heartbroken man who swore to forever love the sweetheart who left him. Throughout his life he missed her, and finally, on the day of his funeral, he stopped loving her.

23. "What Hurts The Most" by Rascal Flatts

In this 2006 hit, the narrator lives with big regrets as he misses the love of his life. He ruminates about what he didn't say, what might have been, and watching his girl walk away. Now he stands alone in an empty house with just his memories.

24. "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" by The Script

In this 2008 song, a broken-hearted man decides to return to the place where he and his girlfriend met. He's still in love with her and misses her so much he refuses to move on.

'Cause if one day you wake up and find that you're missing me
And your heart starts to wonder where on this earth I can be
Thinking maybe you'll come back here to the place that we'd meet
And you'd see me waiting for you on the corner of the street.

25. "I Miss My Friend" by Darryl Worrley

When you break up with someone there are lots of things about them you can miss, but their friendship may be most important. This 2002 song reminds us that lovers are companions and their absence can leave a big hole in your life.

26. "I'll Be Missing You" by Puff Daddy featuring Faith Evans

When rapper The Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down in March 1997, this song was offered up several months later in his memory. To the tune of The Police's 1983 hit, "Every Breath You Take," it won a Grammy and is one of the best-selling singles of all time:

Every step I take
Every move I make
Every single day
Every time I pray
I'll be missing you.

"Be well, do good work, and keep in touch" Garrison Keillor

"Be well, do good work, and keep in touch" Garrison Keillor

27. "Always" by Bon Jovi

The narrator in this 1995 song admits that "I've made mistakes, I'm just a man," and he's really desperate to have his lover return to his side. He promises eternal love if she'll just come back.

28. "Faithfully" by Journey

In this 1983 hit, rock band Journey describes the challenge of maintaining a happy marriage with the stresses of frequent travel and being in the entertainment industry:

And bein' apart ain't easy on this love affair
Two strangers learn to fall in love again
I get the joy of rediscovering you
Oh girl, you stand by me, I'm forever yours, faithfully.

29. "When You're Gone" by Avril Lavigne

Don't you hate it when you say you need a little space and then your significant other gives you so much distance you're like, "No, wait. What? Come back here!" That's what the narrator in this 2007 song experiences. She disses him then she misses him.

30. "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes

In this 1997 song, the narrator is contemplating how much she would miss her sweetheart if he ever left. If he went away, she claims, he "would take away everything good in my life." She wouldn't be able to breathe, survive, there'd be no sun in the sky, and no world left for her. That sounds pretty desperate, don't you think?

Can miles truly separate you from friends?

Can miles truly separate you from friends?

31. "Need You Now" by Lady A

It's 1:15 a.m. and the narrator in this 2010 song is three sheets to the wind thanks to God only knows how many shots of whiskey. She misses her ex-lover and debates the drunk dial. Girlfriend, sleep this one off! If you still miss him in the morning, you can always call him then.

32. "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye" by Patty Loveless

The narrator in this 1994 song endures three traumatic losses at different points in her life: 1) moving away from a childhood best friend, 2) separating from her husband, and 3) suffering the death of her mother. In each of these instances, her mother provides comfort with a refrain that reminds her that loss is inevitable:

And she said, "How can I help you
To say goodbye? It's okay to hurt and it's okay to cry.
Come let me hold you and I will try
How can I help you to say goodbye?"

Miss me, but just don't pee in the suitcase. Please?

Miss me, but just don't pee in the suitcase. Please?

33. "I Will Remember You" by Sarah McLachlan

The narrator in this 1995 song is suffering restless sleep as she turns over the memories in her head of a lover she misses and just couldn't commit fully to.

34. "You'll Think of Me" by Keith Urban

"Take your stuff and get on out of here" is the not-so-subtle message that the narrator in this 2002 song tells his cheating honey. But as if to tell her not to let the door him her in the rear on her way out, he also warns her that at some point she'll regret it as she thinks of him.

35. "Missing You" by Diana Ross

This 1984 song was a tribute to Motown legend Marvin Gaye and has since been used to recognize the passing of other famous people. It is both mournful and celebratory of the lost person's positive spirit. (Sigh.)

"Where you used to be, there is a hole in the world, which I find myself constantly walking around in the daytime, and falling in at night. I miss you like hell." - Edna St. Vincent Millay

"Where you used to be, there is a hole in the world, which I find myself constantly walking around in the daytime, and falling in at night. I miss you like hell." - Edna St. Vincent Millay

Even More I Miss You Songs

Got a song suggestion for our Missing You Playlist? Make a recommendation in the Comments Section below!

SongArtistYear Released

36. Nothing Compares 2 U

Sinead O’Connor

1990

37. It Must've Been Love

Roxette

1992

38. Right Now (Na Na Na)

Akon

2008

39. I Miss You

Blink-182

2004

40. Operator

Jim Croce

1972

41. Gone Too Soon

Michael Jackson

1991

42. Ain't No Sunshine

Bill Withers

1971

43. I Don’t Know What To Do With Myself

The White Stripes

2002

44. Have You Seen Her?

The Chi-Lites

1971

45. Come Home

One Republic

2007

46. Where've You Been?

Kathy Mattea

1989

47. Bye Bye

Mariah Carey

2008

48. Forever Autumn

Justin Hayward

1976

49. Missing You

Black Eyed Peas

2010

50. The Dance

Garth Brooks

1990

51. Patience

Guns 'N Roses

1989

52. Someone Like You

Adele

2011

53. When I Was Your Man

Bruno Mars

2012

54. Only Days That End In "Y"

Clay Walker

1996

55. Are You Alright?

Lucinda Williams

2007

56. I Still Miss Someone

Martina McBride

2005

57. She Ain't You

New Hollow

2012

58. Anymore

Travis Tritt

1991

59. Not A Day Goes By

Lonestar

2001

60. Don't Think I Don't Think About It

Darius Rucker

2008

61. Wake Me Up When September Ends

Green Day

2004

62. Here Without You

3 Doors Down

2002

63. When the Sun Don't Shine

Best Coast

2010

64. Better Together

Jack Johnson

2006

65. Baby, I've Been Missing You

The Independents

1973

66. What Might've Been

Little Texas

1993

67. Miss You

Aaliyah

2002

68. Missing My Baby

Selena

1992

69. Missin' You

Trey Songz

2007

70. My Arms Keep Missing You

Rick Astley

1987

71. Miss You In a Heartbeat

Def Leppard

1994

72. I Drive Your Truck

Lee Brice

2012

73. I See You

Luke Bryan

2014

74. More Than A Memory

Garth Brooks

2007

75. Who You'd Be Today

Kenny Chesney

2005

76. A Picture of Me (Without You)

Lorrie Morgan

1991

77. Except for Mondays

Lorrie Morgan

1991

78. Long Enough (Forever)

Rascal Flatts

2009

79. Carrying Your Love With Me

George Strait

1997

80. Every Light in the House Is On

Trace Adkins

1996

81. Paint Me a Birmingham

Tracy Lawrence

2004

82. These Days

Rascal Flatts

2002

83. I'm Not Going to Miss You

Glen Campbell

2014

84. I Can't See to Forget You

Heaven and Earth

1976

85. I Just Really Miss You

Miranda Lambert

2007

86. Nobody Knows

Tony RIch

1996

87. Never Be Like You

Flume

2016

88. I'll Never Forget You

MNEK and Zara Larsson

2015

89. From Where You Are

Lifehouse

2010

90. One More Day

Diamond Rio

2001

91. Back to December

Taylor Swift

2010

92. Hello Darlin'

Conway Twitty

1970

93. What I Wouldn't Give

Blake Shelton

2007

94. Good Grief

Bastille

2016

95. It Don't Matter Now (Missing You)

Sarah Darling

2009

96. I Can Dream About You

Dan Hartman

1984

97. In Sleep

Lissie

2010

98. Rivers and Roads

The Head and the Heart

2011

99. Miss You Much

Janet Jackson

1989

100. Miss You

Airplanes

2010

101. You Make It Real for Me

James Morrison

2008

102. Run

George Strait

2001

103. When I Need You

Rod Stewart

1996

104. Yesterday

The Beatles

1965

105. Come Back Be Here

Taylor Swift

2012

106. I Still Miss You

Keith Anderson

2008

107. The Truth

Jason Aldean

2009

108. Just When I Needed You Most

Randy Vanwarmer

1976

109. Picture Perfect

Escape the Fate

2013

110. She Misses Him

Tim Rushlow

2001

111. Wish You Were Here

Mark Wills

1998

112. I Miss Her

Jessie J

2013

113. Crying for Me (Wayman's Song)

Toby Keith

2009

114. Let Her Go

Passenger

2012

115. Better Man

Little Big Town

2017

116. Thinking 'Bout You

Ariana Grande

2016

117. Thinking About You

Frank Ocean

2012

118. I Miss You

Clean Bandit (featuring Julia Michaels)

2017

119. Right Here Waiting for You

Richard Marx

1989

120. Cold One Comin' On

Montgomery Gentry

2001

121. Dance with My Father Again

Luther Vandross

2003

122. The Bed's Too Big Without You

The Police

1980

123. Broken

Seether (featuring Amy Lee)

2004

124. Honey

Bobby Goldsboro

1968

125. In Loving Memory

Alter Bridge

2004

126. Homesick

MercyMe

2004

127. Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd

1975

128. Fly Before You Fall

Cynthia Erivo

2014

129. I Need My Girl

The National

2013

130. I Miss You

Adele

2015

131. If You're Gone

Matchbox Twenty

2000

132. Officially Missing You

Tamia

2004

133. I Miss You

5 Seconds of Summer

2012

134. Miss Missing You

Fall Out Boy

2013

135. Miss You

Ed Sheeran

2017

136. Miss You More

Katy Perry

2017

137. I Never Told You

Colbie Callait

2010

138. Baby Blue

George Strait

1988

139. Stand Up and Run

Billy Talent

2013

140. I Can't Love You Back

Easton Corbin

2009

141. I've Been Thinking About You

Londonbeat

1990

142. Faded Love

Willie Nelson

1980

143. One More Day

Andrew Case and Laura J. Miller

2018

144. Downtown's Dead

Sam Hunt

2018

145. Missing You

All Time Low

2015

146. Hard Habit to Break

Chicago

1984

147. Ghost of You

5 Seconds of Summer

2018

148. Crying in the Rain

The Everly Brothers

1962

149. Used to You

Luke Combs

2015

150. Back Here

BBMak

2000

151. I Miss You a Little

John Michael Montgomery

1996

152. I Thought About You

Tim McGraw

2019

153. You Will Be Missed

Griffith Frank

2018

154. ICU

Lou Doillon

2012

155. Courage

Celine Dion

2019

156. Hold On

Chord Overstreet

2017

157. Come Monday

Jimmy Buffet

1974

158. Someone You Loved

Lewis Capaldi

2018

159. Waiting for Love

Avicii (featuring Simon Aldred)

2015

160. Crying Like a Church on Monday

New Radicals

1998

161. Unchained Melody

Righteous Brothers

1965

162. Houston We Got a Problem

Luke Combs

2017

163. Missing

Everything but the Girl

1995

164. Drivers License

Olivia Rodrigo

2021

165. Lost on You

Lewis Capaldi

2019

166. Supermarket Flowers

Ed Sheeran

2017

167. Lay Me Down

Sam Smith

2014

168. Fly Before You Fall

Cynthia Erivo

2014

169. Radar Love

Golden Earring

1973

170. One Call Away

Charlie Puth

2016

171. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)

The Proclaimers

1987

172. Fire and Rain

James Taylor

1970

173. My Heart Will Go On

Celine Dion

1997

174. Give Heaven Some Hell

Hardy

2020

175. A Year Without Rain

Selena Gomez & The Scene

2010

"It's better for people to miss you than to have seen too much of you." -  Edward Norton

"It's better for people to miss you than to have seen too much of you." - Edward Norton

Questions & Answers

Question: Why is "See You Again" by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth on this playlist?

Answer: The song is about a narrator who misses his friend and the old times they shared. He wishes he could have him back. The narrator looks forward to one day being reunited with his friend. This song was a tribute to actor Paul Walker who died in a single-car accident in 2013 and was included on the soundtrack of the film "Furious 7."

© 2015 FlourishAnyway

Comments

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 20, 2020:

MG - Thanks for your kind comment. I hope you are reunited with whomever you miss.

MG Singh emge from Singapore on June 20, 2020:

What a beautiful collection, so emotional. I am going to listen to these songs, great songs.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on June 20, 2020:

Dawn, I'm so sorry about your loss. When you lose someone who has been so close to you for that long, it's understandable that you'd be grieving tremendously. Reach out and talk to someone about it. Don't suffer in silence, please. People care about you.

Dawn Davis on June 19, 2020:

I’m just looking through these songs because my husband of 30 years passed away 10 months ago, and I’m just not ok

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on May 11, 2020:

Peggy - I appreciate your kind comment. Have a lovely week ahead.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on May 10, 2020:

"Tears in Heaven" and others are so poignant. The songs that touched my heart after losing loved ones may not even have been ones like this, but ones that we used to sing together or had other meanings. Time does heal the initial pain of losing loved ones, hard as that is to believe when we first lose loved ones.

As to your daughter, having a home base and long-lasting friendships, she is fortunate. Some families have no choice in the matter. I am thinking of military families, those who serve as diplomats, etc.

Thanks for sharing a part of your life with us.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 21, 2020:

TheRealFarshad - Thank you for sharing your memories of her. I'm so sorry her passing has caused you so much pain. I understand how you feel to lose someone dear to you.

TheRealFarshad on April 21, 2020:

I never forgot, nor stopped loving my first girlfriend. We were together for six brilliant years. She couldn't survive a heart attack 7 years ago when she was all alone at home.

Have you ever experienced a cut caused by a paper on your fingers? It doesn't look much, but it burns deep down inside and burns bad. Missing someone you know you can never see her, hold her, hug her, someone you can never look in her eyes and tell her how you love her is excruciating.

I wish I had never left her. I miss her.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 13, 2020:

Airalynn - I'm sorry you cannot see your brother. I hope you can connect with him through social media, text, and phone. I've added your song suggestion. Stay healthy.

Airalynn on April 12, 2020:

I have a brother in Florida who I can't see because of the lockdown and I just miss him so much I listen to the song Hold On by Chord Overstreet it's my favorite son to listen to when I am thinking of my brother Zack.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 15, 2020:

Lovebug - Safety first given this national emergency. Send him a song to let him know how you're feeling.

Lovebug on March 15, 2020:

I miss my bf so much we can't see each other because of distance he was going to come up but his flight was canceled due to the crony virus and his phone is broke

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 10, 2019:

Liteina - I hope you're reunited soon.

Liteina on November 09, 2019:

I miss my boyfriend so much wish he was here with me

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on October 21, 2019:

oldskooll - How sad that you and she parted like this suddenly with no way to reconnect. It makes me wonder whether your young friend at the time had parents who worked in government service (diplomatic corp, CIA, for example). Put an old photo and story about her out on Facebook and/or Twitter and see if you get results.

oldskooll on October 21, 2019:

I met my soulmate while living in Europe as a teenager. We'd spend ours days dreaming about a future together. But, her family abruptly left the country and disappeared. The day I watched her board the plane crying is among the worst days of my life.

We knew we'd probably never see each other again and promised to always remember, and find each other in the next life.

In the years since, I've searched, but never found any trace of her.

And, while my life went on, I've never forgotten her.

The song that always makes me stop and think about her and what could have been is "Who Wants to Live Forever" by Queen. Like in the song, we just weren't fated to be together. But, we had our one sweet moment - our forever.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 15, 2018:

Eugene - Thanks for commenting. I have added your this song suggestion to not only this playlist but also "Getting Over You Playlist: Songs About Struggling to Forget an Ex." Have a great day!

Eugene on November 14, 2018:

I'll do my cryin' in the rain - The Everly Brothers, isn't on your list

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 08, 2018:

M - So sorry to hear about how much you miss your Toby. I hope you can connect with him during the school year via Instagram, MarcoPolo, Snapchat, or whatever social media platform works for you both. Don't forget that snail mail is special too. There's nothing like a handwritten card, small gift, or photo from someone you care about.

And speaking of playlists, why not send him a playlist of songs that mean something special to you? I have about 135 playlists on my profile page, from "Songs About Smiling and Smiles" to "Songs About Crushes and Crushing on Someone" to "Happy and Uplifting Songs to Put You in a Good Mood."

Don't forget to live your life when you're away from Toby. Concentrate on trying to be happy and doing normal teenage activities, even if he is on your mind a lot. Wishing you all the best!

M (;_;) on November 08, 2018:

There's this one boy from summer camp. His name is Toby. He was the best, funniest, most energetic person I've ever met. But I won't see him til nxt summer, and I'm dying of sadness. These, I think, wil help (somewhat).

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on October 11, 2018:

Surferfirl - Thanks for stopping by and commenting on Tamara's question. Have a great day!

Surfergirl on October 10, 2018:

Seasons In the Sun by Terry Jacks is the song you're thinking of ...

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 24, 2018:

Ewelina Tomasiak - Whomever you miss, wherever they are, that is a lovely sentiment. Very poetic. Be strong by taking good care of yourself physically and psychologically, as that's what your loved one would want for you. One day you and our loved one will reunite.

All the best to you, FlourishAnyway

Ewelina Tomasiak on September 24, 2018:

M.iss you!! Do you know that place beetwen dreaming and awake ? The place where you can still remember the dream ? That's where i'll always love you. Thats where i'll be waiting...

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 22, 2018:

Tamara, Thinking of you.

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on August 22, 2018:

Thank you. I have lost several ones, but will see them, again, in Heaven. It still hurts to miss our loved ones. Most importantly, I have many, even more deeply loved ones, still blessing my life!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on August 21, 2018:

Tamara - Thanks so much for stopping and leaving such a heartfelt comment. I hope you are doing well and not missing anyone too much.

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on August 21, 2018:

“Seasons in The Sun”!

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on August 21, 2018:

When a song comes on, even in the grocery store, and it’s about missing those whom I love, I cannot help, but to get teary-eyed.

A few songs that tear me up are:

“He’s My Best Friend” (Theme Song from Courtship of Eddie’s Father);

“Wind Beneath My Wings”

“Loves Me Like A Rock” (Simon Garfunkel)

And I’m trying to remember the name of that one song that I used to not be able to bear listening to without breaking down, and sobbing...

..something about “it’s hard to die when Spring is in the air...” I’ll be back after I go check the name of this song...

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on July 29, 2018:

Shyron - Thank you for the addition. I hope you are doing well. Have a wonderful week!

Shyron E Shenko from Texas on July 28, 2018:

Flourish, I have two albums with this song on them. I love Ray Price who made the song Faded Love famous and it is also on my Willie Nelson album.

Faded Love

As I look at the letters that you wrote to me

it's you that I am thinking of

As I read the lines that to me were so sweet

I remember our faded love

I miss you darling more and more every day

as heaven would miss the stars above

With every heartbeat I still think of you

and remember our faded love

I think of the past and all the pleasures we've had

as I watch the mating of the dove

It was in the springtime that you said goodbye

I remember our faded love

I miss you darling...

Songwriters: BOB WILLS,JAMES ROBERT BOB WILLS,JOHNNIE LEE WILLS

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on July 22, 2018:

Jose - I appreciate your compliment and song suggestion. I've added the song as #141. Have a great weekend!

Jose on July 22, 2018:

Great playlist and also with a story behind... I think this one should make it to the list too, it reminds me when I was 10 and we sang it with my friends back in 1990:

Londonbeat - I've been thinking about you

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 16, 2018:

Faith - That sure is a beautiful, sad song. It's actually already on the list at #107. Thanks for taking the time to comment. Have a wonderful day!

Faith on April 16, 2018:

I love The Truth By Jason Aldean. That reminds me of when I go away for a while and everyone is worried about me and it's just sad. I just start cryin when i hear that song.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 08, 2018:

Hey, Jeremy - Thanks a bunch for that suggestion. That's why I depend on great readers like you! Have a good week!

Jeremy on April 07, 2018:

You forgot "if your gone" by matchbox twenty

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on January 24, 2018:

A related playlist for those who are grieving lost love ones:

https://spinditty.com/playlists/Pop-Rock-and-Count...

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on January 24, 2018:

Bradley - I am so sorry for your very recent loss. This is such a fresh wound, and you are obviously hurting so much. I'm sure your dear brother understood how much you loved him. You're beating yourself up right now, but please know that many of us go long periods without connecting like we want to with siblings, parents, friends, and others we care deeply about. You are not alone. Please know that your message will help remind others of the importance of reaching out. Again, my sympathies to you and your family.

Bradley Owen Johnson on January 24, 2018:

My older brother died in a motorcycle accident the day after his 59th birthday, on Jan 14th 2018. I MISS him,we didn't see much of each other before that day.I all ways felt there is always tomorrow. My heart is crushed. There is no tomorrow, just today. Today I MISS him,and I'm having a hard time. ERIC ( Ricky ), I MISS you big brother....

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on October 26, 2017:

Aaron R - I'm sorry about your loss. Thank you for sharing about your life with us. I lost someone who was important to me at that age as well, and I still think about him decades later but in a more reflective way. I hope time brings you peace as it did for me.

aaron r on October 26, 2017:

when your gone avril lavigne nearly made me cry when i was 15 coping with an ex that died. but makes me feel better in the end

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on September 15, 2017:

Lia - Thanks for your comment. They are good songs. "Fix You" is on the following playlist: https://spinditty.com/playlists/Songs-About-Suppor... . I've added "Scientist" to https://spinditty.com/playlists/Songs-About-Saying...