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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: song - a song about love or expressing love for another personlove song - a song about love or expressing love for another person
song, vocal - a short musical composition with words; "a successful musical must have at least three good songs"
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Written by filmmaker Joven Tan, it is breakup song with a twist, suited for millennials like the artist himself.
Singers Jonita Gandhi (you know her from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil hit The Breakup Song ) and Vishesh Oberoi, the son of organiser Naresh Oberoi of Oberoi Middle East Events, complemented Nigam's well-seasoned act.
v=D1Xr-JFLxik) a breakup song from Swift's album "Fearless," titled "White Horse.
This song was written as the breakup song I wish I had when I was going through one, and I wanted to make sure I told the story in a new and different way to inspire others to tell their own stories.
CALVIN Harris has beaten his ex Taylor Swift to the punch and written a breakup song.
How the West Was Won" is sort of a love or breakup song, and despite its brashness shows tenderness.
Speculation over which unseemly ex-boyfriend - from a pool that included Joe Jonas, 'Twilight' star Taylor Lautner, John Mayer and Gyllenhaal - inspired the 22-year-old singer's new breakup song had mounted since its release last month.
She'd like to find a male vocalist for one country breakup song that's written from the man's point of view.
In fact, the wonderful Jen Foster's breakup song, "Taking Bob Dylan," is a nod to this phenomenon.
A couple of highlights include a great breakup song with accordion called "Never Gonna Happen," and then there's "Not Fair," about a man who's great in every aspect .
I miss Seattle where your arthritic flakes are treated like the Serengeti if it were a breakup song on skip.
Others are less successful: The harsh and angry breakup song "Fucked Up" unfolds like a restraining order about to happen; why it opens the album is a mystery.