Better Alone" is a song by British singer-songwriter, Melanie C. It was released as the second single from her third album Beautiful Intentions. The song is a piano-backed ballad which covers themes such as independence and emancipation from a stifling relationship.
Reason is the second album by English singer-songwriter, Melanie C. It was the follow up album to Northern Star. Released on 10 March 2003, it reached number five in the UK Albums Chart, selling 30,876 copies in its first week. Although not performing as well as Northern Star, Reason has a Gold certification in the United Kingdom, with 101,889 copies sold. The album has sold 500,000 copies worldwide. The album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions
Gothic Rock Skeletal Family. Band Name Skeletal Family. Album Name She Cries Alone. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1984. Labels Red Rhino Records Red Music. Estilo de MúsicaGothic Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Various songs were recorded for Melanie Martinez's various projects over the years. Some were posted on Melanie's YouTube channel, then privated/deleted. Others were cut from albums for various reasons; whether the songs did not match their respective album's theme, the standards were not met, or Melanie just disliked them. This is a comprehensive list of all the songs currently known. Some could possibly be on Melanie's upcoming sophomore album, K-12.
Lyrics to 'She Cries Alone' by Skeletal Family. We'll meet at the park gates The excitement in her head was so untrue But she didn't know the truth Alone, alone She cries she'll get you, she'll tantalise Alone, alone She cries alone She cries alone in the dead of the night Just waiting for phil, but he never came She'll see you, but you won't. see her She's waiting, she'll get you she will tantalise Alone, alone She cries she'll get you, she'll tantalise Alone, alone. Writer(s): skeletal family Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
But Alone works thanks to Hynde’s willingness to fall into Auerbach’s world of vintage blues, soul, and R&B, the same that made latter day Keys’ records like Brothers, El Camino, and Turn Blue sound equal parts classic and fresh. Auerbach steers Hynde into a lot of new sonic territory, but he’s also smart enough not to deviate too far from what’s always made the Pretenders’ work, which has always functioned as a great combination of opposite moods and attitudes. Pretenders songs can be tough and gritty in one moment and sweet and sentimental the next. That much stays the same on Alone