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BEST BREAK UP SONG ?
Last Post 29 Apr 2004 10:52 AM by Rev Jules. 15 Replies.
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29 Apr 2004 10:52 AM
    Ok, forgetting sexually explicit letters of all kinds and supposed incursions on free speech, what is the best break up song that you know of ? You know, there you are, there he/she is (tick appropriate box), you are lost for words but have a cd player/MP3 player/Stereo etc. What song do you play to let him/her get the idea. Starter for ten: 'Anna' by The Beatles Rock on
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    29 Apr 2004 04:11 PM
    "Dollar Bill" by Screaming Trees
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    29 Apr 2004 08:19 PM
    "Tears" by The Stone Roses.
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    30 Apr 2004 09:31 AM
    "Evidence" -Faith No More, if you know something they know but dont know yet you know.(ooh theres too much caffine in my blood to be thinking.)
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    01 May 2004 11:29 AM
    Just wait till you guys hear Dry Your Eyes on the new Streets album... an absolute joy and the best and most moving break up song I've ever heard.
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    01 May 2004 05:28 PM
    i think "prayer to god" by shellac defo deserves a mention here. unlikely source for breakup songs, but then it's an unlikely break up song, of a kind you dont hear often enough- a nasty, nasty break up. the whole lyric is a prayer to god asking him to speed the one who broke your heart(and the one they broke it with) toward a horrible, horrible death. it starts with: "To the one true god above...", and ends with "Amen". "her,she can go quietly by desease or a blow/to the base of her neck where her necklaces close/where her garments come together/where i used to lay my face/that's where you should kill her/in that particular place/as for him,just f**king kill him/i dont care if it hurts..." etc....very cheery. great song, though.
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    04 May 2004 02:04 PM
    The Prayerboat : its hurts to lose you (just before we made it) ahhhhh very emotional!
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    04 May 2004 03:54 PM
    "love will tear us apart" joy division
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    05 May 2004 02:53 PM
    "Rearviewmirror" by Pearl Jam
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    08 May 2004 02:05 PM
    "I know its over" by the smiths
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    12 May 2004 12:02 PM
    "Your Time Is Gonna Come" by Led Zeppelin
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    13 May 2004 03:48 PM
    That new one by "F*ck you, I don't want you back" by what's his face makes a good point, but "Nothing compares to you" is good if you still like her
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    13 May 2004 05:54 PM
    Jeff Buckley - Lover You Should Have Come Over, much closer to the bone than Last Goodbye. "Its never over, She's the tear hangs inside my soul forever."
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    17 May 2004 01:26 PM
    Blame it on the Sun - Stevie Wonder. or maybe Kyle Left the Band by Tenaciuos D. depends on what kind of break up you mean..
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    18 May 2004 10:41 AM
    Well it has to be ' You'll cry when I die ' by A House. For obvious reasons. We are talking bitter break-ups here ???
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    18 May 2004 11:01 AM
    Has to be slim slow slider by Van Morrison. The bauld Damien Rice has to get a mention here too so I'll go with Cannonball
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