Ana's Song by Silverchair... although I don't recommend that song because it is completely and utterly sh*t, and (with the exception of one line which is actually quite clever) pretty badly written.
4st. 7lbs. by Manic Street Preachers is a FANTASTIC song, but its quite disturbing; the lyrics are extremely graphic (in a good way) and the music is a bit jarring (in a very good way). Its a brilliantly written song (its written as a series of diary entries by a young girl, although the song itself was written by a man suffering from anorexia).
REMEMBER BE CAREFUL WHEN LISTENING TO SONGS THEY MAY TRIGGER.
Skinny - Filter.
That I Would Be Good - Alanis Morissette.
Lucy At The Gym - Jill Sobule.
World War Me - From First To Last.
Waltz Moore - From First To Last.
Skin And Bones - Foo Fighters.
Battlestar Anorexia - The Schoolyard Hereos.
Anorexia Beauty - Pulp.
Big Isn't Beautiful - King Adora.
Annies Anorexic -The Huntingtons.
Sophie - Eleanor McEvoy.
Paper Bag - Fionna Apple.
Cars And Calories - Saves The Day.
Numbers - Pompeii.
She's Falling Apart - Lisa Loeb.
Feeling Small - Marianas Trench.
Bleed Like Me - Garbage.
Someone I Once Knew - Dead Celebrity Status.
Skin And Bones - Marianas Trench.
'Cause I'll always remember you the same.
Oh eyes like wild flowers within demons of change ♥
Binge and purge - Lunachicks
Addicted - Kelly clarkson [can relate to pretty much everything]
My silent undoing - Queen Adreena
Feeling Small - Mariana's Trench
Dressed In Decay - CKY
Not a barbie doll - Kerli Koiv
Sick Of It All - The Distillers
Mary Jane - Alanis Morissette
Last edited by Lace-Me-Up-x : 16-04-2009 at 11:45 PM.
Oh, another person feels the same as me. I listen to it and she's describing exactly how I feel about my ED.. it's an amazing song...
Kelly Clarkson has/had an ED didn't she? I swear I read that somewhere though I may be making that up.....
As a little kid you believed in fairytales,
that fantasy of what your life would be: white dress; prince charming who would carry you away to a castle on a hill.
You closed your eyes and had complete and utter faith.
Eventually you grow up. One day you open your eyes and the fairy tale disappears.
But the thing is, it's hard to let go of that fairytale entirely because almost everyone has that smallest bit of hope, of faith,
that one day they will open their eyes and it will come true.