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Luckily, they'll have one of the best Hüsker Dü songs to commemorate the experience. Bob Dylan, "Most of the Time" (1989) "Most of the Time" beautifully captures that nagging little voice inside your head that sneaks up on you at the most unexpected moments.
"Don't even remember what her lips felt like on mine" — damn it, Bob, yeah, you do! REM, "The One I Love" (1987) Here's a classic of the "frequently misinterpreted lyrics" genre.
Whatever; most Ramones songs are nonsensical, but this one is also totally awesome. " (1981) Unlike almost every other breakup song ever written, "Don't You Want Me?
After a rough breakup, you might actually be comforted to think that your ex was kidnapped by racists, rather than leaving you of her own free will. " gives us both sides of the story, featuring the lead singer, Philip Oakey, dueting with bandmate Susan Ann Sulley.
But Willie Nelson gives "Always On My Mind" a perfect balance of regret and resolve.
No one would blame you for getting distracted by the huge guitar, vocal, and keyboard hooks — or by the revolutionary-for-its-time gender ambiguity of the narrative.
Michael Stipe says "The One I Love" is about "using people over and over again." In that sense, this is about not only giving up your lost love, but your own terrible habits as well. New Order, "Age of Consent" (1983) In an angsty moment, count on a great keyboard riff to make you feel like it's going to be okay.