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[Music] The Weekend – Save Your Tears

Downlaod and enjoy this song by The Weekend and it is titled “Save Your Tears”.

Save Your Tears” is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his fourth studio album, After Hours (2020).

The Weeknd wrote and produced the song with Max Martin and Oscar Holter, with Belly and DaHeala receiving additional writing credits.

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However, the record was met with universal acclaim, with praise for the singer’s vocals.

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Moreover, the song was also used as the theme song for WWE WrestleMania 37 for their tagline: Back In Business.

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Artist Name(s): The Weekend
Title: Save Your Tears
Genre: Synth-pop, Synthwave
Released Date: August 9, 2020. © XO
File Size: 4.06 MB
Producer: Himself, Max Martin and Oscar Holter

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