Rezső Seress was a Hungarian composer and pianist, best known for his composition "Vége a Világnak", also known as the Hungarian Suicide Song. But a more modern variant on this type of legend actually has its basis in fact — specifically, a song originally titled “Vége a Világnak,” or “The. "Gloomy Sunday", also known as the "Hungarian Suicide Song", is a popular song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress and published in The original lyrics were titled Vége a világnak (The world is ending) and Writing and background · Urban legends · Later recordings and · Legacy.
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Despite no solid link being made between the song and suicides, the sheer reputation of the song was enough to make the original sheet music an artifact.
After the song was first broadcast in its original vege a vilagnak, public outcry led many radio stations worldwide to ban the song from being played on the air. Inthe song was reportedly re-released for a brief period, this time with a completely different set of lyrics.
On a sad Sunday with a hundred white flowers I was waiting vege a vilagnak you, my dear, with a church prayer That dream-chasing Sunday morning The chariot of my sadness returned without you.
The world has come to its end, vege a vilagnak has ceased to have a meaning, Cities are wiped out, shrapnel is making music, Meadows are colored red with human blood, There are dead people on the streets everywhere.
I will say another quiet prayer: People are sinners, Lord, they make mistakes… The world has vege a vilagnak He used it during a set at a bar, which was attended by Mark Monroe prior to becoming an agent. The decade of the nineteen-thirties was marked by severe economic depression and the political upheaval that was to lead to World War II.