Especially if you know what it's about: the late Billy MacKenzie of The Associates, a friend of Robert Smith's, who committed suicide in 1997. In the song, Smith laments not having spent more time with his friend.
For some, "The End of the World" is especially potent, what with the "just a boy and a girl" language and Robert Smith's emotional delivery.
"Want" is about no matter how hard you want something, it'll eventually become worthless. The guitar riff doesn't help either.
And There Is No If. If you're happy when you hear it, it makes you sombre and reflective. If you're sad... well God help you. "Hysterical grief" doesn't even cut it.
For a relatively upbeat song, Doing The Unstuck is quite a depressing song about losing hope.