Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of love song.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a song about love or expressing love for another person.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A song expressive of love; an amatory poem.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a song about love or expressing love for another person
  • n. a song about love or expressing love for another person

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Examples

  • It wasn't about food at all, but was a lovesong by Kyu Sakamoto, and the only Japanese song EVER to be on the American hit parade ....

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  • Certainly Williams's influence – the deep blue tonality, the wordbreaks that are half hiccup, half yodel – runs wide and deep through Moore's work, whether in a jaunty lovesong like I'm Gonna Tell You Something or the wry hard-times reportage of I'm Not Broke, But I'm Badly Bent.

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  • Here are the lines as transcribed in The Guardian and in many places on the internet: “A lovestruck romeo sings a streetsuss serenade/Laying everybody low with a lovesong that he made …”

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  • Laying everybody low with me a lovesong that he made

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  • It wasn't about food at all, but was a lovesong by Kyu Sakamoto, and the only Japanese song EVER to be on the American hit parade....

    stagiaire - French Word-A-Day

  • Oh, andas far as movie duets go, Hellboy and Abe win for the most heartfelt and badly sung lovesong of 2008, Mamma Mia! notwithstanding.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Hellboy review and incentive the second

  • Its a melancholic lovesong. love it. life is hectic.

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  • It was like the sketch of a lovesong that he was improvising for her.

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  • As the seagod sang a lovesong and the sheoak answer made,

    The Magpie’s Song

  • Still fresh in my memory is a delightful visit I paid them there, and I was soon afterwards to recall with special significance a conversation I had with Mrs. Sharp, as four of us walked out one evening after dinner in a somewhat melancholy twilight, the glow-worms here and there trimming their ghostly lamps by the wayside, and the nightjar churring its hoarse lovesong somewhere in the thickening dusk.

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