Most depressing songs of the 80s (#21-30)
Poor Duckie. He saw yesterday's list of Most Depressing Songs of the 80s, and was driven to a crying fit out in the rain because nothing from "Pretty in Pink" had made the list.
Cheer up, Duck man. Today's your big day.
TOP 50 DEPRESSING SONGS OF THE 80s: Nos. 21-30
30. How Soon Is Now? (The Smiths): "I am the son and heir of nothing in particular."
29. Who Wants To Live Forever? (Queen): "This world has only one sweet moment set aside for us."
28. Everytime You Go Away (Paul Young): "I can feel your body move. It doesn't mean that much to me."
27. Hold On to the Nights (Richard Marx): "I wish that I could give you something more."
26. Luka (Suzanne Vega): "They only hit until you cry and after that you don't ask why."
25. Think Of Laura (Christopher Cross): "I think you're here, taking our tears away."
24. Purple Rain (Prince): "It's such a shame our friendship had to end."
23. The Way It Is (Bruce Hornsby): "As he catches the poor old lady's eyes, just for fun he says 'Get a job.' "
22. Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (The Smiths): "Lord knows, it would be the first time."
21. New York Minute (Don Henley): "Men get lost sometimes as years unfurl."
Sneak peak at the next 10: Just pour me a drink, and I'll tell you some lies.