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Ever hear an unbeat song with very depressing lyrics?

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics, Hazell Dean

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Don't Stop the Love album at
Hazell Dean's, "Who's Leaving Who"
The Lyrics:
Here we are with good-bye in our eyes,
Running out of reasons to try.
The leaves of change have fallen down
With both of us wondering why.
We're all alone but still it seems
We're thousands of miles apart.
The sands of time have shifted now,
And the end is beginning to start.
Don't let the bouncy dance tempo and the perky Stock/Aitken/Waterman production fool you; this song is about a couple drifting apart in their relationship.
Submitted by: Todd W. Zimmerman

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