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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > help with my impossible search for a song?
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Author: erict82
Posted: Dec 05 2018 - 07:24 AM
Subject: help with my impossible search for a song?
I almost remember nothing about this song since right now I'm still relatively young (18). Best I can remember this song was popular around 2013-2014ish. It was a pop song, it wasnt super slow, but it wasnt really upbeat like many of the pop songs at the time. Best I can remember the song might have had something about a father telling/consoling his son about a girl during the chorus?? Or at least giving some sort of deep life advice. I know this is basically an impossible task but if anyone has any guesses at all please let me know! This literally popped into my head a couple days ago for no reason and its been driving me crazy
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