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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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Breslin's attempt at an empowering breakup song was met with ridicule, not only from the 5SOS fans, but also from casual observers.
The Dublin singer admitted he would love to pen a breakup song for his fellow judge on The Voice.
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.
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.
Already massive in the States, thanks to their Disney Channel show, the LA-born duo look likely to break through in Britain with album standout Potential Breakup Song which is just quirky enough to give them an edge.
TEEN sisters Alyson and Amanda Michalka are huge in the US after being championed by the Disney Channel, and are set to break big here with breakthrough single Potential Breakup Song.
But the real gem here is ``Louisa,'' a breakup song abounding with gorgeous harmonies and a melody you'll be singing for days.
com, choose a preferred tune (based on your current wireless carrier), then watch as a hip crooner bursts into a breakup song aimed at the restrictive calling circles of T-Mobile, AT&T or Verizon Wireless.
Dubai Whitney Houston's death may have cast a pall over the Grammys on Sunday, but even the hasty tributes couldn't take the shine off the other talked-about female artist of the night: British singer Adele, who took home six Grammys --and vowed to "never" write another breakup song.
Featuring the anthemic kiss-off "We Used To Be Friends" and the icy cool breakup song "The Last High," the Dandy Warhols stepped out on a ledge while staying true to the pop hooks and experimental sonic journeys they'd become notorious for championing.
It Just Has to Be This Way,'' a duet with husky-throated Vince Gill, is a breakup song that's simply gorgeous.