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Mal’s Music Memory – Break Up Songs Continued

Hi there team.

We continue our jaunt down the road of break up songs with our own true music store Little Fire MusicWorks.

Here’s a couple more that featured on the RNZ list of break up songs from last week.

First up it’s country star Charlie Rich with Have You Seen The Most Beautiful Girl, a big hit for him in the 70’s.

Second up it’s Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand with You Don’t Bring Me Flowers with Neil’s lyrics painting a dark and razor sharp picture of a relationship disintegrating.

What song did you break up to?

 

Mal

 

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