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Greebe
15th November 2001, 17:20
suggest a good breakup song

GinoCyber
15th November 2001, 17:26
"Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word" be Elton John or Joe Cocker.

Ciao

Wombat
15th November 2001, 17:58
Depends on the type of break-up.

Good or bad?
Cheating or no cheating?

Catch me on ICQ, I'll hook you up.

Helevitia
15th November 2001, 18:27
I hope everything is cool with your wife man.

Dave

Jorden
15th November 2001, 18:52
If it's a song you have in your head, my latest were Brithney Spears " Can't get you out of my head" (very annoying), before that Animal Ant Farm "Smooth Criminal" and before that during the night Nickelback with whatever their latest is ;)

You can download all mp3's from www.mp3.com :)

Jord.

GinoCyber
15th November 2001, 18:57
What does smooth criminal have to do with breaking up?

Casey Jones
15th November 2001, 19:15
-----------"If it's a song you have in your head, my latest were Brithney Spears " Can't get you out of my head" (very annoying), before that Animal Ant Farm "Smooth Criminal" and before that during the night Nickelback with whatever their latest is ;)

You can download all mp3's from www.mp3.com :)

Jord."------------------



Is this not the most stupidest, uncooth thing ever written in this forum? This is shameful even for you Jordan!

Dilitante1
15th November 2001, 20:02
My suggestion is "I wish it would rain down" by Phil Collins....suited me for 2 breakups of long term relationships......


sorry to hear it Mike....


-Dil

KRSESQ
15th November 2001, 20:26
"Dust in the Wind" by Kansas or anything by Pink Floyd.

Tough luck, kid.

Kevin

DuRaNgO
15th November 2001, 20:43
The Doors "This is the end".

Wombat
15th November 2001, 22:12
Bad breakup: Cake, "Friend is a Four-Letter Word"
About half of Ben Folds Five, esp "Song for the Dumped," if applicable.
The complete works of Pantera, with the occasional Radiohead and/or Cure mood swing.
Maybe some William Shatner, just so you can keep the pain of breaking up in perspective with real self-torture.

RedRed
16th November 2001, 05:05
Sorry to hear that.

anything by BB King or T-bone- it dosent help, but it might suit your mood.....

Kindest Regards
RedRed

Schorsch
16th November 2001, 06:04
If it is a really bad breakup of the worst kind, I suggest

Type 0 Negative: "Unsuccessfully Coping With The Natural Beauty Of Infidelity"

If not, just forget what I wrote...

Georg

cjolley
16th November 2001, 08:15
What's all this down crap?
Move along: "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"
chuck

Sasq
16th November 2001, 08:15
I'm thinking Pink Floyd 'Comfortably Numb'

Dan

RichL
16th November 2001, 10:14
'Save Me' by Queen or 'Against all odds' by Phil Collins are good to feel miserable too.
Worth searching out is a *very* early Fleetwood Mac (Just after Peter Green went mad and quit) number called "Jewel Eyed Judy", from the album 'Kiln House'. You might be able to find it on MP3 if youre lucky.

'Dont look back in Anger' by Oasis for a slightly more upbeat feel.

Commiserations anyway, hope you feel better soon.

Electric Amish
16th November 2001, 11:18
Sorry, I'm not good with break-up songs.

Love songs, tho, I've got a few of those if you need any in the future. :)

amish

The PIT
16th November 2001, 12:21
Nights in White satin can be a little uncomfortable at the wrong times.
I once had a women singing Angels by Robbie Williams at me however she could never decide whether she wanted me around or not. Pity really she'd been better off.

Lizzard[MPE]
16th November 2001, 13:19
i suggest Coldplay to lift you up when feeling down.

Greebe
16th November 2001, 13:22
:)

Jorden
16th November 2001, 17:43
Good thing to have physical ignore on ;)

Now Greebe: Was the breakup between you and mrs. Greebe?

In that case I would almost grasp for:
Donít Cry (http://www.asiaworld.org/lyrics/alpha.html), Go (http://www.asiaworld.org/lyrics/astra.html),
Someday
(http://www.asiaworld.org/lyrics/aqua.html)

Edit: Wish you were here, by Pink Floyd :)

I could point to more lyrics, but it won't help much. Neither would anyone else's songs/lyrics on here.

Wishing you or the other person you are helping well !!

Jord.

Indiana
16th November 2001, 18:19
Maybe I'm a bit old-fashioned, but I think "I've lost you" or "Fool" from Elvis fit this mood very good. "Bridge over troubled water" as well (Simon&Garfunkel or - again - the Elvis Las Vegas version).
Although "Against all Odds" and "Sorry seems to be the hardest word" (Elton John is way better here than Joe Cocker IMO) are fine to me too. "Still loving you" by the Scorpions if you're in a bit more agressive mood.