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The saddest song you know

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  • I know it's over - The Smiths
  • johnny73 said:
    Wake Me Up When September Ends - Green Day
    My eldest treated me to a rendition of two new songs he's learned on the piano:Wake Me Up and The Drugs Don't Work. Jeez, what was he trying to tell me?
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    Labrinth - Jealous     A great great song and moving video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50VWOBi0VFs
  • The Last Post.
  • Got some that might appeal to the older 'Addicks'

    Ebony Eyes - The Everly Brothers
    Tell Laura I love her - Ricky Valence
    Terry - Twinkle
    Old Shep - Elvis

    My particular favourite - My home town - Bruce Springstein
    (When you want your guests to leave the party).
  • how do you embed a video?
  • Salad said:
    how do you embed a video?
    Just copy the YouTube "share" link and paste it here. It will automatically show as a video.
  • Make easy on yourself - The Walker Brothers
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  • It ain’t heavy...

    Der Abschied - Mahler (Das Lied Von Der Erde). Fuck knows what it’s on about but always brings on the tears. 
  • Nothing compares to you - Sinead O'connor
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    JiMMy 85 said:
    Stig said:
    johnny73 said:
    Wake Me Up When September Ends - Green Day
    My eldest treated me to a rendition of two new songs he's learned on the piano:Wake Me Up and The Drugs Don't Work. Jeez, what was he trying to tell me?

    I didn’t think too much of The Drugs... until I found out what it’s about. Now I think it’s a beautiful song but too haunting to listen to. 
    I can 100% relate it to personal experience as well, which is all I can think about when I hear it. Definitely brings a lump to the throat.
  • The meeting Place - Last Shadow Puppets
  • Don't worry, be happy.
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    Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye
    Spiritualized - Broken Heart
  • cblock said:
    Nothing compares to you - Sinead O'connor
    Great call, surprised it come up so late
  • Vincent - Don McLean 
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  • Give my love to Rose - Johnny Cash

    Proper tear jerker
  • Windows of the world - Scott Walker
  • edited September 2019
    runaway train - Soul Asylum
    How to save a life - The Fray
    im not in love - 10cc
    Days of our Lives - Queen
    Imagine - Lennon
  • edited September 2019
    Broken Bicycles by Tom Waits


    Loved the movie and the Title Track is a goodun too.
  • edited September 2019
    My first love and my shortest love.

    I was eight when this came out and one lunch time in the junior school dinner line two girls standing behind me tapped me on the shoulder and handed me a note, which read, 'we love you.' fantastic, a twosome at such a tender age!

    The very next day standing once more in the dinner line, the very same girls tapped me on the shoulder and handed me another note which read, 'we don't love you anymore' absolutely devastated, the heartache was unbearable.

    I cried and cried to this song over and over again, first loves are always the most painful, sadly I never recovered.


  • Little Green joni Mitchell


    I'll raise you A case of you.


  • 'I can't make you love me' Bonnie Raitt, later covered by George Michael

    'Who wants to live forever' Queen 

    'Fix You' Cold Play

    'Walkway' Cast


  • Martin Rossiter - Three Points on a Compass

    Is this not the saddest song ever written?

    It describes how he feels about his father. Incredibly frank. 

    Martin Rossiter, the only person who rivals some of my most favourite old Charlton players as someone I don't know but 'love'

    The most under-rated songwriter of all time.

    I'm learning to play the piano chiefly so that I can play his music

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPo-3Qk66fo

    It's a bit long but just leave it playing as you read Charlton Life.


  • I’ll be missing you - Puff Daddy ft Faith Evans 
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