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Affirmation – Savage Garden (1999) - Affirmation is a song soaked with virtue signalling and moral exhibitionism, but to give credit where its due it was released long before these phrases became part of the popular vernacular. This Australian song by the pop duo Savage Garden
Adorándote (Soluciones Live) – Marcela Gandara & Zaira Johnson - A few months ago I just had lunch with a friend and I was on my way back home and this song Adorandote (Worshiping You) popped up on my playlist. I had never heard it before although I recognized the
Adagio For Strings Op 11 – Samuel Barber - Adagio For Strings is one of the most recognizable mournful pieces of classical music. It was composed in 1936 by American Samuel Barber who is also one of the most celebrated composers of the 20th century. He was awarded the
‘Abandoned Love’ (revisited) – Bob Dylan - The next song in the library is Bob Dylan’s Abandoned Love which has already been explored here in Is ‘Abandoned Love’ Bob Dylan’s saddest song? Click on the image below to revisit the song and peruse the engaging conversation.
Aad Guray Nameh – Snatam Kaur - Aad Guray Nameh isn’t so much a song as it is a mantra. It was recommended by a friend of mine at my son’s football club who also enjoys practicing Kundalini Yoga.  It was performed by Snatam Kaur and released

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