Best songs with away in the title
Have you ever had someone who stayed in your life for far longer than they were invited to? Possibly the betrayal of your relationship by them has left you resentful and unable to forgive them, or perhaps you no longer have any interests in common with them.
It’s possible that they violated your personal boundaries on more than one occasion, and as a result, you’ve concluded that the relationship can no longer be saved.
Therefore, if you want to send someone on a one-way trip away from your life, here is a playlist of music that will make them feel good about the journey they are about to take. It is past the appropriate hour to let them out of here; therefore, they should leave right now.
1. Mötley Crüe – Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
Ranking first on list of songs with away in the title is “Don’t go away mad”. Your partner needs to know that you’ve gone too far with your expressions of irritation at one another. It’s impossible to go back to the way things were in your relationship after they’ve changed.
Now that you’ve exhausted all other options, your sole remaining decision is to advise your partner to end the relationship. This particular song from the metal genre from 1989 is about a relationship that has seen better days. The guy attributes the event to the fact that he was too young to have fallen in love at the time.
2. “Walk Away” by Five Finger Death Punch
Next on our list of songs wih away in the title is “Walk away”. The man in this hard rock song from 2009 warns the person he hurt to pretend nothing is real and just walk away from this hell. Their relationship has utterly disintegrated, and the narrator has morphed into a callous person whom he barely recognizes.
Although he did cruel things and regrets his misdeeds, he’s not sorry for anything he has said. And then there’s this cruel knife twist: he says he never cared at all. Yeah, run away fast and don’t look back. There’s no love lost here.
3. “Walk Away” by Kelly Clarkson
The narrator in this 2006 pop ditty has a disappointing lover who continually disappoints her. Now she’s putting all the cards on the table, telling him to either step up and show her how he feels or get the hell out:
4. “Walk Away” by Ben Harper
Have you ever loved someone but knew the relationship was doomed? In this 1994 blues-infused rock song, the narrator experiences the anguish of being with a friend and knowing the relationship wasn’t meant to be.
Even though it hurts him, he releases his friend, sending them on their way. It’s painful for him to be with someone else now, but his relationship with his friend wasn’t meant to be.
5. “Go Away” by Weezer (featuring Bethany Cosentino)
The couple in this 2015 rock song is calling it quits because the guy has cheated, although he begs her for another chance. He calls his ex-girlfriend “cold-hearted” for turning him away and tries to convince her that she misses the little things about him.
However, those little things don’t make up for that one big transgression. She casts him aside like yesterday’s leftovers, gladly advising him to get lost.
6. “Gotta Get Away” by The Offspring
The narrator of this rock song, which was a huge hit all over the world in 1995, is singing about how he wants to move away from himself. There are demons that taunt his mind, and the walls are closing in on him.
He feels edgy, “off,” and paranoid. The mentally ill man suspects that his shadow is following him, and he seeks to escape from himself.
7. 2,000 Light Years Away by Green Day
Billie Joe Armstrong’s girlfriend Adrienne Nesser was the inspiration behind the creation of this song (his punk rock girl). They fell in love after meeting in Minnesota, which is where she is originally from.
He couldn’t stand the thought of being away from her while he was on tour because she is a little bit older than he is (“I dream about her, because she’s 2,000 light years away”). Billie ultimately wed Adrienne, and the couple went on to have two sons.
8. Roll Away Your Stone by Mumford & Sons
Concluding our list of songs with away in the title is “Roll away your stone” by Mumford & Sons. As is the case with a great number of songs, I believe that each individual’s interpretation is a mirror of their very own most recent experiences.
My interpretation is that it has nothing to do with religion, but rather with the individual’s awakening to the fact that everything in which they have put their heart and soul is in fact ‘unreal.’ For me, it may be about seeing beyond religion. The phrase “roll away your stone” brought to mind without a doubt Jesus and the resurrection.
For me, everything comes down to money, and the question is how many of us spend all of our time working to earn it so that we may buy superficial things that we convince ourselves we need so that other people can see us and admire us because of what we own. A vehicle, a 3D television, a dining room table, or a haircut are all good options.
He has come to the conclusion that he has corrupted his spirit by surrounding himself with things that are without value, and as a result, a shadowy quality now permeates all of his perceptions.
Having come to terms with the fact that everything he had been experiencing was merely a dream, he made the decision to embark on a new path and to let go of the past in order to focus on the things that really matter. His stake in the ground has designated his territory once more, and he hasn’t invested his soul in what the bank owns.
They have finally driven him to his breaking point, and he will no longer put up with it. This is what “The End” means when it says, “You’ve Gone Too Far This Time.”
For me, the only things that are important are being independent, spending time with the people you care about, raising your kids, and achieving the most out of the time you have left.