Annabel Lee Playlist

10 Songs That Remind Me of Parts In "Annabel Lee"

Info By: Kirsten Jackson

If you get tired of a song feel free to skip to the next. Another link for my other poem is at the bottom. Enjoy! :)

Stevie Nicks - Annabel Lee

Bruno Mars - Just They Way You Are

Of the beautiful Annabel Lee

Elton John (The Lion King) - Can You Feel The Love Tonight

And this maiden she lived with no other thought

Than to love and be loved by me

Michael Jackson ft. Justin Timberlake (New Version) - Love Never Felt So Good

But we loved with a love that was more than love

Labrinth - Jealous

With a love that wingéd seraphs of Heaven

Coveted her and me.


The angels, not so half happy in Heaven,

Went envying her and me

Bruno Mars - It Will Rain

This song is about how a guy will be super sad if the girl he's with leaves him. In this poem Annabel Lee dies and the narrator was super sad.

Michael Jackson - Gone To Soon

The wind came out of the cloud by night,

Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee.

Grease 2 - We'll Be Together

And neither the angels in heaven above,

Nor the demons down under the sea,

Can ever dissever my soul from the soul

Of the beautiful Annabel Lee

Selena - Dreaming Of You

For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams

Of the beautiful Annabel Lee;

Christina Perri - A Thousand Years

And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side

Of my darling -- my darling -- my life and my bride.

In her sepulchre there by the sea ---

In her tomb by the sorrounding sea.


A long time ago in a kingdom by the sea, there was a young and beautiful girl named Annabel Lee. She loved the narrator very much. The angels in heaven were jealous of and envied the narrator and Annabel Lee's relationship. That is the reason that a wind blew out of the clouds, killing Annabel Lee. Her relatives came to bury her in a tomb, but the narrator believes nothing can ever separate their souls. Every night, all night, he lays beside Annabel Lee in her tomb.


In Annabel Lee, there is really only one main character. The other is the narrator, but he tells you nothing about himself. The narrator only uses one adjective to describe Annabel Lee—beautiful. An example of this in the story is, "For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams, of the beautiful Annabel Lee." Another example could be, "A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling, my beautiful Annabel Lee." He also calls her a maiden twice, in the beginning, which could be showing how innocent she is, that it was unfair for her to die so young.