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It includes Wayne Wonder's Saddest Day, Never Can Say Goodbye by The Jackson 5 and Missing You Now by Sanchez.
Owen (above), who also bred Brown Panther, said: "It's the saddest day of my life.
main parties the Lib Dems were the angriest, while Labour candidates were the saddest on average but also the least arro gant.
I met Rajnath ji today and told him that participation of Mahinda Rajapakse, the butcher of Tamils, will be the saddest day for Tamils all over world in the swearing-in ceremony of Modi and requested him to avoid him presence in it," said Vaiko.
For instance, the day Osama bin Laden was killed is ranked as one of the saddest days on record, thanks to an increase in the use of words like "death," "dead" and "killed.
pounds 800-pounds 1,100 on Harbour Watch Saddest bet taken?
SIR - One of the saddest problems facing our society today is the problem of debt, it is believed that one house in every nine is in some from of debt over the last 12 months.
Summary: Tim Cahill has described his red card in Australia's 4-0 defeat to Germany in their World Cup opener as the saddest moment of his career.
Ephesians 2,12 ASKED to suggest the saddest word in the English language, Alexandra Tolstoy replied: "The saddest word in all languages, which has brought the world to its present condition, is 'Atheism'.
It's two years today it feels like twenty, which was the saddest day in our lives, friends say it gets easier as time goes by, but so far if anything it has got worse, it's such a lonely life, I miss you so much, my only hope is that now you are without pain, so goodbye my dearest just now and please God look after Betty for me, you see she is something special, as always your loving husband Jimmy xx.
In the second that he looks down at his guitar he has the saddest expression in the world on his face.