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This Could Be The Saddest Of Songs

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  1. (The trappings of the modern sad song haven’t changed much: Minor-key melodies and downcast lines set the scene, but the space for the coyness and clever twists of pop’s old, moody story-songs.
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  2. Dec 11,  · This song is sad enough to make people cry for hours at a time. 15 Best R&B Romantic Duets of All-Time. 12 Best R&B Break-Up Songs. Best Songs to Soothe a Broken Heart. The Best R&B and Soul Songs of the s. Best R&B Songs of Best R&B Movie Soundtracks. Top 10 Essential s R&B and Soul Albums.
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  3. Jun 06,  · Sadness Piano Song - "Alone In The Dark" Music by Vadim Kiselev \ Грустное Пианино - Один В Темноте - Duration: Vadim Kiselev 3,, views
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  4. I understood very little English (just basic phrases), and could not really % comprehend. Fast forward to today, I'm now living in the US for more than a decade. My English improved a lot now (whew!) So I just added this song to my oldies but Goldies playlist and goddamn, it was so sad when I realized what the song meant (╥_╥).
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  5. Jun 22,  · A few years ago, Paste looked at the 50 saddest songs of all time, but as the need for new music to help you grieve—to show you that you’re not alone in .
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  6. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry — Hank Williams’s track is the saddest and simplest of songs. Few have matched the power of the country singer’s original. Hank Williams performs at the Hadacol.
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  7. Oct 21,  · Sad Songs: The 11 Biggest Tear-Jerkers 08/21/ pm ET Updated Oct 21, We've all spent time with hundreds of sad songs throughout our listening lives and in researching my new book, This Will End In Tears: The Miserabilist Guide to Music [ It Books, $ ], I found that people tend to be aggressive in defense of the heart.
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  8. It could maybe be about how the singer is having a secret relationship with someone who is already committed elsewhere? But it is definitley a true love song and how the singer is bessotted with his lover in everyway possible. Even if this is the wrong interpretation, I've always found it one Freddie's most moving songs (more powerful than LOML?).
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