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Recorded April 28, 1950. Written by Harry Akst and Al Jolson. No Sad Songs for Me" was also the title of a 1950 movie starring Margaret Sullavan, Wendell Corey, Viveca Lindfors and a young Natalie Wood. The other side of this record is "Are You Lonesome Tonight".
LYRICS HERE LYRICS HERE Are you lonesome tonight, Do you miss me tonight? Are you sorry we drifted apart? Does your memory stray to a brighter.
Having a good day? Not anymore.
Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a song which was written by Roy Turk and Lou Handman in 1926. It was recorded several times in 1927-first by Charles Hart, with successful versions by Vaughn De Leath, Henry Burr, and the duet of Jerry Macy and John Ryan. In 1950 the Blue Barron Orchestra version reached the top twenty on the Billboard's Pop Singles chart.
This obscure album from 1960-1961 is rather brief in playing time and none of the performances are over 3:45 in length. The emphasis is on ballads and standards, with Alexandria putting plenty of feeling into such numbers as "Gloomy Sunday," "Motherless Child," and "A Loser's Lullaby. Some of the material is a little more upbeat, although each selection is taken at a thoughtful pace, with the singer sounding relaxed even on a double-time version of "Lonesome Road . 9. They Can't Take That Away from Me. George Gershwin.
The best sad songs will always make you cry. Here's our list of the top 50 saddest dance music picks of all-time, from sad love songs to depressing songs about death. Sad Songs to Cry (and Dance) to. The best sad songs will always make you cry. Here's Billboard Dance's list of the top 50 saddest dance music tracks of all-time - from sad love songs to depressing songs about death, from classic to modern, and from mainstream to underground.
25 Deliciously Sad Songs About Missing Someone You Love. 1. Miss You Like Crazy – Natalie Cole One for when you miss that special someone so much that it is driving you crazy. Lonesome lyric: If I can't hoId you tonight I can dream about you/ Maybe that will make it all right. 7. Yesterday – The Beatles One for when you have just broken up and you want your relationship to go back to normal, the way it was yesterday. Lonesome lyric: Why she had to go, I don't know, she wouldn't say/ I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday. A Picture Of Me (Without You) – George Jones For when you are sad to think of that special someone who was once essential to your life is now missing from it. Lonesome lyric: If you've ever looked up at a sky with no blue/ Then you've seen a picture of me without you.
Do you like sad songs that strum your emotional heartstrings? Here are 33 songs to make you cry. Because, sometimes, you're just in the mood for some melancholy. Most of her music is powerful and sad. But, for me, "Hometown Glory" is her most melancholic. Interesting Facts About Adele. Adele has a close relationship with her mother, who raised her as a single parent. Snow Patrol's debut album Songs For Polarbears was a critical success but a commercial flop. Final Straw won a prestigious Ivor Novello award in 2007.
We need sad songs for the comfort they can provide. Bernie Taupin captured this sentiment best and hid it in a jaunty little pop song by Elton John: If someone is suffering enough to write it down When every single word makes sense Then it’s easier to have those songs around The kick inside is in the line that finally gets to you And it feels so good to hurt so bad And suffer just enough to sing the blues. Yes, sad songs do say so much. There are loads of upbeat songs with depressing lyrics but Windows does the opposite, inducing tears despite its bright imagery. 2. Hank Williams – I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry The sorrow behind this Hank Williams classic is heightened by the way each grief-stricken element of the song comes together. The robin, the whippoorwill, the midnight train-they all mourn with him to meet his quavering drawl, the imagery paralleling the sonic atmosphere.
|A||No Sad Songs For Me||2:43|
|B||Are You Lonesome Tonight||3:05|
|l5583||Al Jolson||Are You Lonesome Tonight (Shellac, 10", Mono)||Brunswick||l5583||UK||Unknown|
|9-27043||Al Jolson||Are You Lonesome Tonight (7")||Decca||9-27043||US||1950|
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