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20th Apr '18 4:12:55 PM PowerfulLewpster
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* The title of Music/{{Avicii}}'s most famous song, "Wake Me Up", after his sudden death in April 2018 at only 28.

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* The title of Music/{{Avicii}}'s most famous song, "Wake Me Up", after his sudden death in April 2018 at only 28. Even one of the lyrics counts: "Wish that I could stay forever this young".
20th Apr '18 2:20:37 PM MikaHaeli8
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** From ''The Days'':
--> ''Under the tree where the grass don't grow''
--> '''''We made a promise to never get old'''''
20th Apr '18 11:43:25 AM PhionixPowers
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** Not to mention the first line of the Mike Posner hit: "I took a pill in Ibiza to show Avicii I was cool".
20th Apr '18 11:41:09 AM PhionixPowers
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* The title of Music/{{Avicii}}'s most famous song, "Wake Me Up", after his sudden death in April 2018 at only 28.
20th Apr '18 9:05:23 AM Twentington
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* Lorrie Morgan's 1996 hit "By My Side", a tender ballad with a declaration of love was originally supposed to be a duet with Sammy Kershaw. However, his label rejected it, so she cut it with her then-husband Jon Randall instead. Five years later, she divorced Randall and married Kershaw.
18th Apr '18 6:20:17 AM jormis29
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* Jo Dee Messina's "Bring On the Rain" is a song about facing adversity, with the chorus stating "Tomorrow's another day, and I'm thirsty anyway / So bring on the rain." The date of the song's release? September 10, 2001.

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* Jo Dee Messina's Music/JoDeeMessina's "Bring On the Rain" is a song about facing adversity, with the chorus stating "Tomorrow's another day, and I'm thirsty anyway / So bring on the rain." The date of the song's release? September 10, 2001.
23rd Mar '18 1:10:22 AM thelivingtoad
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuWQyfGa1yI The video]] for Run the Jewels' "Blockbuster Night Part 1" ends with an older man collapsing from a heart attack in a restaurant. That man was played by Bruce Hampton, a legendary musician best known as the frontman for the jam band The Aquarium Rescue Unit. Hampton would die of a heart attack for real in 2017, collapsing [[FatalMethodActing on stage]] at a concert held in honor of his 70th birthday.
14th Mar '18 10:54:28 PM waters20
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* Another one that was either considered this or HilariousInHindsight. Music/CraigMack's line in his [[SignatureSong signature hit]] "Flava in Ya Ear" contains the line "You won't be around next year", which was arguably already harsh to begin with when the rapper faded into obscurity in the following years. It sounds even harsher now when Craig Mack has reportedly passed away from heart failure in 2018.
7th Mar '18 5:18:10 PM AreYouTyler
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* The opening line of Music/SoulCoughing's 1994 album ''Ruby Vroom'' is "A man drives a plane into the Chrysler Building." Seven years later, terrorist drove a plane into two other New York City buildings, the Twin Towers.

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* The opening line of Music/SoulCoughing's 1994 album ''Ruby Vroom'' is "A man drives a plane into the Chrysler Building." Seven years later, terrorist drove a plane two planes into two other New York City buildings, the Twin Towers.
7th Mar '18 5:16:11 PM AreYouTyler
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* The opening line of Music/SoulCoughing's 1994 album ''Ruby Vroom'' is "A man drives a plane into the Chrysler Building." Seven years later, terrorist drove a plane into two other New York City buildings, the Twin Towers.
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