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10 Miss You Songs: A Music Showcase

Updated on December 15, 2014

Miss You Songs: When Love Knows No Bounds

Sometimes a piece of music or a special song can put into words I miss you so much more easily and passionately than what can be said with the spoken word. Not always, but sometimes.

Songwriters have a knack of penning exactly what we wish to say, but what we cannot adequately convey. Their songs, or perhaps one particular song, translate the sadness of the moment and become a sweet reminder of times past.

The right song can touch the soul, spark the memories and relieve the pain. The ten here, some of which you may not have heard before, attempt to accomplish this.

Have you ever missed someone so much, it hurts? Many of us have.

Photo: Bleeding Hearts by Darren Bannister at Flickr : Some Rights Reserved

Cliff Richard: Miss You Nights

The song Miss You Nights by Cliff Richard is included on the album The Whole Story: His Greatest Hits.

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Hall and Oates: She's Gone

Hall and Oates' She's Gone can be found on the album The Essential Daryl Hall & John Oates.

Natalie Cole: Miss You Like Crazy

Miss You Like Crazy by Natalie Cole is a track on the album Love Songs.

Four Tops: Baby, I Need Your Loving

Baby, I Need Your Loving is a track from the Four Tops album 50th Anniversary Anthology.

Everything But the Girl: Missing

Missing is a track on the 1994 Everything By the Girl album Amplified Heart.

Jimmy Ruffin: What Becomes of the Broken Hearted

In addition to Farewell is a Lonely Sound, I've Passed This Way Before and others, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted can be found on Jimmy Ruffin's Ultimate Motown Collection.

Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes: I Miss You

I Miss You is one of the fantastic tracks that can be found on The Essential Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes.

Michael Jackson: Ain't No Sunshine

You might remember Ain't No Sunshine by Bill Withers, but I much prefer this 1972 version by the late Michael Jackson. It can found on the album Anthology: The Best Of Michael Jackson.

Donny Hathaway: For All We Know

The beautifully soulful For All We Know by Donny Hathaway, is a track that can found on the album A Donny Hathaway Greatest Hits Collection.

Richard Marx: Right Here Waiting

A special song..."Oceans apart, day after day and I slowly go insane..." Right Here Waiting is one of many well known songs included on Richard Marx: Greatest Hits.

Are You Missing Someone? : Your Comments Are Welcomed!

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    • Charito1962 profile image

      Charito Maranan-Montecillo 2 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      Nice list! I like "Right Here Waiting" and "For All We Know". I'm a sucker for mellow tunes!

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      Leah J. Hileman 2 years ago from East Berlin, PA, USA

      Great track list. A nice variety of times and styles.

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      asereht1970 2 years ago

      Nice lens. I love Right Here Waiting and Miss You Like Crazy.

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      VioletteRose LM 2 years ago

      Beautiful :)

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      lin444 3 years ago

      Love this lense--thank yo for sharing some really great songs! Songs definitely express things that people just can't say as well themselves. I write piano music...and I've had more than a few people tell me my songs made them cry! That wasn't my goal...but it just happens. What's even weirder is that my songs do not have lyrics.

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