Tears For Fears Lyrics
TFF topped the charts in the '80s with world-wide hits such
as - "Shout" (#1 in US), "Everybody Wants To Rule The World
(#1 in US), "Sowing The Seeds Of Love" (#2 in US), "Head
Over Heels" (#3 in US), and "Advice For The Young At
Heart". TFF has sold over 17,000,000 albums.
The "Tears For Fears" name was derived from the book
"Primal Scream" by Arthur Janov, "tears as a replacement
for fears". Both Roland and Curt were heavily influenced by
Janov's book. (Before Curt and Roland created TFF, they
were in the band More...
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- Advice for the Young at Heart Lyrics
- All of the Angels Lyrics
- Always In The Past Lyrics
- Ashes To Ashes Lyrics
- Badman's Song Lyrics
- Bloodletting Go Lyrics
- Break It Down Again Lyrics
- Brian Wilson Said Lyrics
- Broken Lyrics
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- Call Me Mellow Lyrics
- Change Lyrics
- Closest Thing To Heaven Lyrics
- Cold Lyrics
- Deja Vu And The Sins Of Science Lyrics
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- Dog's A Best Friend's Dog Lyrics
- Don't Drink The Water Lyrics
- Elemental Lyrics
- Empire Building Lyrics
- Everybody Loves A Happy Ending Lyrics
- Everybody Wants To Rule The World Lyrics
- Everybody Wants To Run The World Lyrics
- Falling Down Lyrics
- Famous Last Words Lyrics
- Fish Out Of Water Lyrics
- Floating Down The River Lyrics
- Gas Giants Lyrics
- God's Mistake Lyrics
- Goodnight Song Lyrics
- Head Over Heels Lyrics
- Humdrum and Humble Lyrics
- I Believe Lyrics
- I Choose You Lyrics
- Ideas as Opiates Lyrics
- Johnny Panic And The Bible Of Dreams Lyrics
- Killing With Kindness Lyrics
- Ladybird Lyrics
- Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down) Lyrics
- Last Days On Earth Lyrics
- Listen Lyrics
- Lord of Karma Lyrics
- Los Reyes Catolicos Lyrics
- Los Reyes Catolicos (Reprise) Lyrics
- Mad World Lyrics
- Madness Of Roland Lyrics
- Me And My Big Ideas Lyrics
- Memories Fade Lyrics
- Mothers Talk Lyrics
- Mothers Talk (US Remix) Lyrics
- Mr. Pessimist Lyrics
- My Life In The Suicide Ranks Lyrics
- New Star Lyrics
- Out Of Control Lyrics
- Pale Shelter Lyrics
- Pharaohs Lyrics
- Power Lyrics
- Pullin' A Cloud Lyrics
- Queen Of Compromise Lyrics
- Quiet Ones Lyrics
- Raoul and The Kings of Spain Lyrics
- Schrodinger's cat Lyrics
- Sea Song Lyrics
- Secret World Lyrics
- Secrets Lyrics
- Shout Lyrics
- Shout (US Remix) Lyrics
- Size Of Sorrow Lyrics
- Sketches of Pain Lyrics
- Sorry Lyrics
- Sowing The Seeds of Love Lyrics
- Standing on the Corner of the Third World Lyrics
- Start of the Breakdown Lyrics
- Suffer The Children Lyrics
- Swords and Knives Lyrics
- Tears Roll Down Lyrics
- The Big Chair Lyrics
- The Body Wah Lyrics
- The Conflict Lyrics
- The Devil Lyrics
- The Hurting Lyrics
- The Marauders Lyrics
- The Prisoner Lyrics
- The Way You Are Lyrics
- The Working Hour Lyrics
- Until I Drown Lyrics
- War of Attrition Lyrics
- Watch Me Bleed Lyrics
- When In Love With A Blind Man Lyrics
- Who Killed Tangerine Lyrics
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- Who You Are Lyrics
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Hits the spot | Reviewer: evergreen------ About the song Last Days On Earth performed by Tears For Fears
This song has a wonderfully weary, benignly cynical feel to it, fitting end to an album that deals with themes of growing older and the passage of time. A beautifully-crafted, mature, well-seasoned album from a couple of guys who know what they're doing.
Lyric correction | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song Mad World performed by Tears For Fears
At the very end of the Tears for Fear's song, the correct lyrics are "Halargian world," as opposed to "Enlarging your world." I always thought the same until I read an interview with Curt Smith, in which he quoted, "Halarge was an imaginary planet invented by either Chris Hughes or Ross Cullum during the recording of The Hurting. I added it as a joke during the lead vocal session, and we kept it." However, I'm not sure if the lyrics in the cover by Gary Jules stay true to the original or not.
This song sounds better now than when it was released | Reviewer: Confused Artist------ About the song Head Over Heels performed by Tears For Fears
I was never a Tears for Fears fan. This tune came out when I was a soon-to-be junior in high school. It came back when I saw Donnie Darko. Most of the lyrics hit home hard as it stirs memories of my first shattered heart. It does a great job of expressing youthful, uncontrollable emotions and longing. The lead vocalist even pleads, "Don't break my heart! Don't throw it (foolish Love) away!" He wants a simple Love (to start) to take in and talk about the weather. In ending, he admits to just being a little man, a little boy. Classic final lines again pleading for no mess-up with "This is my 4-leaf clover." My own failed backflip took place way back when I was a raging 19 year-old, so "Funny How Time Flies" haunts me some 25 years past. Anyway, song's a classic and reverberates how fun the 80's were.
Gayyyy | Reviewer: Lesbo------ About the song Me And My Big Ideas performed by Tears For Fears
This is such a gay song, I love it! You inspired me to write a song about you. Call me on. You can come round to mine and we can come up with some lyrics. You sound like a nice person so do you wanna sleep over? I wont play it too dirty. Unless you want me to?
Not the best | Reviewer: Ellie------ About the song Head Over Heels performed by Tears For Fears
Personally, I hate this version. I first heard the song performed by "Digital Daggers", featured on "Degrassi". I then searched it and found this version. To me, it isn't a happy song, so why does it sound like a Christmas Carol? Not my favourite song, "Digital Dagger"'s cover is definitely better.
Absolutely Awesome | Reviewer: Matt------ About the song Raoul and The Kings of Spain performed by Tears For Fears
Wow, just found a bunch of old Tears for Fears songs I've never heard before and I wonder why.
These guys are teh most under rated band of all time, such great song writers.
This song is great, wish I could sing along. :)
Music in your blood | Reviewer: Ron de Wolf------ About the song Woman in Chains performed by Tears For Fears
This is the very best in popular music. It brings together two parties: two men of Tears For Fears and one woman, Oleta Adams. Time after time I listen to the Album The Seeds Of Love and everytime I am deeply moved by the songs. Sometimes I cry while I'm hearing Woman In Chains, but mostly it makes my blood rush powerfully through my vains. It brings out a extremely outburt of energy and feeling alive. It's THE VERY BEST music can offer. This song, as well as other songs by Tears For Fears, Oleta Adams and a lot more (for instance Jon Anderson, Yes, Vangelis etc. etc.) Thanks for reading.
Good song! | Reviewer: Alana Burns------ About the song Head Over Heels performed by Tears For Fears
Excellent song by the New Wave British band Tears For Fears! I love this song, and you can even get it on Jango. com, which is a music website that plays all kinds of artists' songs! Head Over Heels is on Jango for FREE! I recommend listening to this excellent Tears For Fears song on Jango. com! I guarantee, you'll like Jango! Because I do! For people who haven't heard of this band or song, listen to it on Jango. com, or on YouTube (that's where I usually listen). I think you will like it!
-Alana Rachel Burns, reviewer and listener
P.S.: I love this song!
RE: confused | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song Shout performed by Tears For Fears
Months after, I know... But, Ruby, if you haven't already broken up with your bf, I would like you to consider the possibility that you are reading way too far into it. This is a great song. I would play it for my girlfriend just because it's a great song. Maybe that's all this was: he was sharing a favorite of his with you.
inb4 giving internet advice is stupid
I couldn't help myself this time.
The Shift of the Ages | Reviewer: Anonymous------ About the song Sowing The Seeds of Love performed by Tears For Fears
This song, given time, will be seen to mark the beginning of the great shift in human consciousness, which kicked off with the Harmonic Convergence in August of 1987.
It captures the start perfectly, a shift that 2012 marks the halfway point.
What an amazing piece.
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