Most depressing songs of the 80s (#21-30)

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Theducksterintherain

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.

(Click here to see Nos. 31-40 and 41-50)

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.

[Last modified: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 2:26pm]

    

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