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The Cruellest of Love

A certain beauty comes from the perfect love song and touches the passionate soul. It can silence a room  bringing tears to the coldest and cruellest of hearts. This week as Valentine’s Day looms with pink hearts and roses over our heads.  I wanted to explore a different variety of love songs the passionate, the destructive, the lonesome, the sappy, and the most pleasurable delicacies that warm the heart.

Head of the Herd feat. Jasmin Parkin, By this Time Tomorrow, captures  self-destructive love at its finest. This gritty tormented track of wanton love that is never ever going to workout no matter how many times you keep going back.  This bluesy hard-hitting track will keep you wanting more!

Does a specific song ever bring you back to memories of that one self-destructive love that never worked out?

 

 

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Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

16 replies

  1. I’ve been hearing a certain Chicago song a lot of late, and it reminds me of a particularly weird relationship I had in high school. Every time I hear it, I think of that guy. Not in a longing sort of way. Just a “wow, that was weird” way.

  2. Laughing here. I can answer your question, but it takes me back to high school… and my lost love. So the song that I remember is Crystal Gayle’s “Don’t It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue.” Not quite as dynamic and bluesy as your example above, which I like very much.

    1. I haven’t heard that song for a very long time. I remember being a kid and being so envious of Crystal Gayle’s hair. I had this god awful mushroom cut and would dream of having her hair.

      It is interesting to reminiscence or sometimes cringe about those young days of love.

  3. So the song isn’t a blues hit or even a sweet sappy tear jerker—- it’s “Lips Are Movin” -by Meghan Trainor— and the memory has nothing to do with a high school or even a college crush. It was an adult – fully grown relationship/mistake/screw up/temporary loss of all common sense…..
    but ain’t love grand!!! (need to have a “I lived through the lies of ______” t-shirt made)- —-

  4. Oh yes!!! “Why’d you Lie” by Colin James really gets me……. angry all over again!!!! LOL
    Mean to Me by Tonic is another one. I connect a lot of my experience through songs. Many do bring back good memories too… it’s not all bad. Anything by Zeppelin will have me misty eyed and gleefully nostalgic in mere seconds.
    Really liked this song. love the edgie blues vibe

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