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THE ROSE HAS FADED - (by Tom Green)  Year: 2009
Tom Green Sentimental, romantic, melancholy piano with just a hint of closure at the end. The affair is definitely over. It's got weepy, heartfelt, emotional, tear-jerker chick flick written all over it. Yes, guys, we feel it too, and let's face it- aren't we supposed to show our emotions, these days ? Instrumental, Dramatic, Sad Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Dramatic, Sad Music
376957 1:02 Mixed 83   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: The Rose Has Faded
Catalog ID: 376957  ISRC: US5UL1001449
Description: Sentimental, romantic, melancholy piano with just a hint of closure at the end. The affair is definitely over. It's got weepy, heartfelt, emotional, tear-jerker chick flick written all over it. Yes, guys, we feel it too, and let's face it- aren't we supposed to show our emotions, these days ?

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Artist or Group: Tom Green

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Keywords: Heartbroken Despair Despondent Morose Morbid Pensive Sick at Heart Film TV Cheerless Grief Grieving Weeping Wistful Down Blue Distressed Forlorn Costume Drama

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dramatic Music
       Sad, somber, sorrowful, longing, lost, defeated music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:02   Tempo: Mixed   BPM: 83
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Piano
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Atmospheric, Bittersweet, Depressed, Disenchanted, Disillusioned, Heartbroken, Lonely, Longing, Loving, Melancholic, Mournful, Nostalgic, Pleading, Romantic, Schmaltzy, Sentimental, Soft, Thoughtful, Touching, Tragic

Styles: Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Hollywood, Medical Drama, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Drama, Romantic Epic, Romantic Passion, Soap Opera, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: Classic romantic tragedy music, for when the heroine receives That Letter, which tells her that the Cad has gone off with the Rich One, while she, the beautiful, gentle, but poor as a church mouse governess, weeps over the Heartlessness of Man. You get the idea. A little schmaltzy but all the better for it.

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