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Martine Dalton - Sad Song / Tender Words album download
Martine Dalton - Sad Song / Tender Words album download
Performer: Martine Dalton
Title: Sad Song / Tender Words
Released: 1965
Style: Soul
Rating: 4.4/5
FLAC size: 1465 mb | MP3 size: 1435 mb | WMA size: 1737 mb
Genre: Funk

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Released by 2013 Shamrock-n-Roll, Inc. Oct 2013. "source":4,"source id":"414145","object type":4,"id":"414145","title":"The O'Neill Brothers","status":0}. The O'Neill Brothers. Tender Reflections song from the album 30 Instrumental Thanksgiving Songs is released on Oct 2013. The duration of song is 03:47. This song is sung by The O'Neill Brothers.

Love Me Tender" is a 1956 song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music from the 20th Century Fox film of the same name. The RCA Victor recording by Elvis Presley was no. 1 on both the Billboard and Cashbox charts in 1956. The song was adapted from the melody for "Aura Lee", a sentimental Civil War ballad

Sing a sad song In a lonely place Try to put a word in for me It's been so long Since I found this space You better put in two or three We as people, are just walking 'round Our heads are firmly fixed in the ground What we don't see Well it can't be real What we. don't touch we cannot feel

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. And these 50 songs helped the Paste staff to hurt so good. I tried to keep it to one song per artist but Johnny Cash ended up getting a pass. He puts a traumatic experience into words that sound like poetry-they’re arranged in such a way that it’s almost just as heartbreaking to read them on paper as it is to hear Hadreas tenderly singing them. But it wouldn’t have quite the effect without that bleak, pulsating piano line.

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A Sad Song
Written By – T. Howard, W. Kenton
B Tender Words
Written-By – H. Taiani*


  • Arranged By, Conductor – Herb Bernstein
  • Producer – Jack Gold