History YMMV / TearsForFears

1st Aug '16 1:18:26 AM TimeLordVictorious
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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a somewhat more heart warming manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.

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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a somewhat more heart warming manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.nicely.
** "''And when you've taken down your guard, if I could change your mind, I'd really love to break your heaaart. I'd really love to break your heaaart!''", from "Shout".
22nd Apr '16 5:26:58 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRiff: The drum intro to "Shout", the main synthesizer riff of "Everybody Wants to Rule the World", and the main piano riff of "Head Over Heels" all count.
17th Feb '16 3:14:01 AM stewbacca94
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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a more {{HeartWarming}} manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.

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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a somewhat more {{HeartWarming}} heart warming manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.
17th Feb '16 3:13:28 AM stewbacca94
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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a more HeartWarming manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.

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** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a more HeartWarming {{HeartWarming}} manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.
17th Feb '16 3:13:09 AM stewbacca94
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** "Woman in Chains". When Roland sings the lyric "And I feel somebody somewhere is trying to breathe", you'll be reduced to tears.

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** "Woman in Chains". When Roland sings the lyric "And I feel somebody somewhere is trying to breathe", you'll be reduced to tears.tears.
** "Advice For The Young At Heart" invokes this trope in a more HeartWarming manner - it's a song sung by one newlywed to the other, with a timeless, almost ethereal Latin arrangement. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FISDbRUPUI The music video]], showing a Latin American wedding, matches the lyrical and musical material nicely.
2nd Jul '15 6:50:53 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* SignatureSong: "Everybody Wants To Rule The World". Yes, "Shout" was a slightly bigger hit but the former tends to be better remembered.

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* SignatureSong: "Everybody Wants To to Rule The the World". Yes, "Shout" was a slightly bigger hit but the former tends to be better remembered.better-remembered.
23rd Mar '15 6:05:59 AM LaptopGuy
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* SignatureSong: "Everybody Wants To Rule The World". Yes, "Shout" was a slightly bigger hit but the former tends to be better remembered.
1st Mar '15 3:04:34 PM Rivfruifv
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* TearJerker: Many, especially "Famous Last Words", which is about a nuclear holocaust.

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* TearJerker: Many, especially "Famous Last Words", which is about a nuclear holocaust.holocaust.
** "Woman in Chains". When Roland sings the lyric "And I feel somebody somewhere is trying to breathe", you'll be reduced to tears.
21st Nov '14 4:54:45 PM bt8257
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: "Sowing The Seeds of Love" was a very obvious musical homage to "I Am The Walrus", and it also had various other [[TheBeatles Beatle-esque]] touches. "Schrödinger's Cat" is, by Orzabal's own admission, another example of this for the same song.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: "Sowing The Seeds of Love" was a very obvious musical homage to "I Am The Walrus", and it also had various other [[TheBeatles [[Music/TheBeatles Beatle-esque]] touches. "Schrödinger's Cat" is, by Orzabal's own admission, another example of this for the same song.
22nd Jun '14 11:30:16 AM CassandraLeo
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* CoveredUp: Mad World was originally performed by them, but most (read: underage) people only know Gary Jules' version from Film/DonnieDarko.
** However, both band members have said that they love this version of Mad World. They originally tried to write the song as a ballad on acoustic guitar, but it didn't work, so wrote it to a drum beat and did a synth pop version instead. They have even covered Gary Jules' version live.

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* CoveredUp: Mad World "Mad World" was originally performed by them, but most (read: underage) people only know Gary Jules' version from Film/DonnieDarko.
** However, both band members have said that they love this version of Mad World."Mad World". They originally tried to write the song as a ballad on acoustic guitar, but it didn't work, so wrote it to a drum beat and did a synth pop version instead. They have even covered Gary Jules' version live.
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