Best Tears for Fears Songs
Grew up with this song love a lot of other songs by them, like change and mad world, but this song captures what the band represented and is just their best song. It's also one of the best songs ever.
Even though Saints Row 2 had this song, Grand Theft Auto V on the other hand scrapped this song and rejected it from the Re-Release of the game.
Listened to this song over 300 times and it's a truly classic I never get bored off.
Why? It just tells us why we want to take over the world.
That guitar - xylophone combo is badass. Their best melody, pwoerful hook and therefor my favourite TfF song.
This is probably my favorite TFF song, even though I could never truly pick one. There's something about the amazing combo of the main riff, the bass the vocals and the la la la's. This is a complex, truly outstanding songs.
This is my Sh**! I love this song. Man does this take me way back, talking about when I was five years old. The girl that use to babysit me would play this over and over.Thanks to this great tune, I remember my childhood perfectly.
Love this song so much and the music video is hilarious. Definitely one of my favourite music videos of all time.
This is an amazing song! The build up towards the end is something that no other band can replicate!
The lyrics are so meaningful, too... I am so surprised that this is only no.5...
Certainly one of the best, and most iconic, songs of the 1980's.
Always gets me singing along, and the other half now I have her into it!
Love the drumming in this song. Maybe not as good as Everybody Wants to Rule the World, but more unique. Love 'em both.
This is way better than any cover I've heard so far. "The dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had". Chilling!
Jesus, I love the song, but do you have to put down Gary to bring this up?
So beautiful and hypnotic...what's not to love?
Awesome song. The whole idea of "you don't give me love/you give me pale shelter" is a cool metaphor. The vocals in this song are great too.
A song featured on 2 Rockstar Games and also one of my personal favorites. Why isn't this higher up on the list?
Just LOVE this song and most all of their works. LOVE this band. This songs makes me feel so good when I hear it.
Every second of this one is pure bliss. Possibly one of the greatest songs ever written.
Yeah - possibly one of the greatest songs ever written..
That intro and outro though! The best parts of the song.
This is my personal favorite song from TFF, however, it is probably not the best song they ever made. Sowing the Seeds of Love has a strong melody and is very good from a composing standpoint. The song also benefits from Orzabal's strong, gritty, and round vocals on this particular track. Everybody wants to rule the world is runner up, due to its very good instrumentation and composition, but falls short from Curt's nasally round and honestly sub-par vocals (although his voice improved much as time went on, especially in the seeds of love album). Mad World falls a bit short for me in instrumentation and vocals, but is a lyrical masterpiece, this also goes for Pale Shelter. Overall, I would say that the best TFF song is Head Over Heels with its surprisingly good vocals from Curt and good instrumentation, however this is not my personal favorite song from them.
So catchy! And it's similar to Stairway or BoRhap in the way it has different sections of the song where it changes. Really good song right here.
Way You Are is so epic, amazing, and dramatic. As I listen to it, I can feel as if I'm trapped as a slave inside a rural British assembly line, and can really visualise machinery and lonely green outdoors with grey rainy skies, reminiscent of my youth depression. But it tells me "Talk about it! " and I see the peacock on the Single album (contains the songs The Marauders and Way You Are). The extended version of this song is even better!
This song doesn't compare to Woman In Chains. Sorry. This song should not be in Top 10
Absolutely incredibly song. The way the ballad slowly builds and adds instruments before crashing into a massive rock segment is simply chilling, and the lyrics about overcoming insurmountable odds are really touching. Amazing end to a fantastic and somewhat underrated album.
Song represents the times about nuclear war. Chilling and romantic at the same time.
One of the few songs that actually made me cry.
This song is a masterpiece. It's just so well-crafted, how everything builds to the end, and the lyrics are truly poignant. Musical genius.
Such a deeply touching, passionate masterpiece... Roland and Oleta make such a great power duo. This deserves to be in the top 5 power ballads of all time.
Shares a message and just brings you into the zone of sadness, the zone you didn't know existed.
Simply the finest hour for a band with some amazing songs. The music and vocals are sublime, creating a song with true atmosphere. The Working Hour is a masterpiece, deserving of a quiet room and high fidelity. While not a pop sensation, or stadium anthem, in my opinion, this song is truly their best work.
THIS IS their best song and they've even admitted the fans love this song the most but don't perform it live anymore. WHY! Working Hour is their best song if not their second best song after Everyone Wants to Rule the World.
Great sax. Great vocals. Great emotion.
This is a bit over-the-top, and could be described as "emo" before there was "emo. " I find it entertaining.
We can WORK IT OUT! I always loved that part. This song is sadly underrated. I love it. The beat is just...wow.
Out of all of their songs, this one has the sickest beat.
This is a great song!
Love the way Roland and Oleta's vocals wrap around each other in this one!
Nice shift from typical TFF style. I love the "mirrorman" concept.
Guitar leads and amazing melody make this one my number one.
A pretty good song considering it was pretty much without Curt!
This song has a los of elements that majes a unike peace, come on!, it deserves a top five
By all means my favorite. The live feel it's given on the album and the live versions are amazing. You just don't want it to end.
I have no idea what this song is about, but it is so expressive and so passionate.
Much better than overrated trashy Head Over Heels, and much darker!
The perfect song to get cosy with on a snowy winter night as you sleep.
Amazing vocal on this one by Orzabal though it sounds like Curt Smith.
I have the LP. Just played this for first time in years. This track could stand up today, it is beautiful in its majesty
The vocal part of Roland sound so intense to me.. It should be top 5!
I love this song! Should be in the top ten
Elemental is just okay. Not terrible but not super great, but it's got a swingy rock type vibe.
Haunting, ear worm that you that you don't mind getting stuck in your head.
Nice piece of song. Much more an Orzabal's solo effort but still worth.