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Old 02-04-2011, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Favourite Falling Out of Love/Heartbreak Songs

A couple that immediately come to mind for me are:



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Old 02-04-2011, 06:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Crywank - Welcome To Castle Irwell (James Is Going To Die Soon)



S - This Way Always (I'm Not As Good At It As You)

I listened to both of these albums alot when I broke up with my girlfriend few months ago. Love these albums and artists alot.
The saddest lyric that hit me so bad last fall was from Two by The Antlers:
"Tell me when you think that we became so unhappy,
Wearing silver rings with nobody clapping.
When we moved here together we were so disappointed,
Sleeping out of tune with our dreams disjointed."

This hit me so bad because it was exactly what was happening to me and my girlfriend. When me moved here we were so dissapointed. We grew so distant and I became so depressed that I couldn't sleep very well. I also lost alot of weight because of I was so depressed I pretty much didn't eat at all. One thing that kept me sane was music. Now I'm so happy with my life and everything. But its still amazing to listen to these.
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Old 02-04-2011, 11:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I saw two shooting stars last night
I wished on them, but they were only satellites
is it wrong to wish on space hardware?
Oh I wish, I wish, I wish you'd care



This is also one of my favorites for a breakup
ya don't miss meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, I knooooooooooow
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Old 02-05-2011, 12:04 AM   #4 (permalink)
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How you gonna up and leave me now?
How you gonna act like that?
How you gonna change it up, we just finished makin' up
How you gonna act like that?

How you gonna act like we don't be makin' love
You know we be tearin' it up, breakin' stuff, that ghetto love
How you gonna trip, how could you forget?
How you gonna act like that?



Classic one here

At Heartbreak Hotel.
Where I'll be...
I've been so lonely baby,
Well I'm so lonely,
I'll be so lonely I could die.




I don't care what you say
I don't play the same games you play.
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Sooo..its like almost unspeakable as a guy to admit to liking songs or bands for that matter of this kind of music. Meaning its not exzactly a manly thing but i have to admit ive always liked them from a very young age. I still think they had some great songs in their day and were very talented for the gnre they chose to partake in.
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to admit to liking boys2men? r&b? or love songs in general you mean?
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to admit to liking boys2men? r&b? or love songs in general you mean?
Yeah more so the whole love song generalizaton factor I guess. I forgot all about them till I was flipping through the channels and saw them on VH1 earlier.
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John Lajoie in "Show Me Your Genitals": I don't have feelings, 'cause feelings are gay.

I think it's more manly to just admit it.
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Haha I love old South Park.
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