Gloomy Sunday is the name of a song written by Hungarish keyboarder and songwriter Rezsõ Seress in 1933, the first name of the song was Vége a világnak (End of the World), another reckoning of the songwords was written by Lázsló Jávor, this reckoning was named Szomorú vasárnap (Sad Sunday). The first reckoning of the song was about life in a war-stricken Hungary, the twoth was about a man mourning to his lost lover and wishing to kill himself so he could be together with his lover in the afterlife. The song is well known for its townish folktale about werthing the selfkilling of many folks. The songwords below are an overbringing of the first reckoning of the song as written by Rezsõ Seress.

It is fall and the leaves are falling

All love has died on Earth

The wind is weeping with sorrowful tears

My heart will never hope for a new spring again

My tears and my sorrows are all for nothing

Folks are heartless, greedy and wicked...

Love has died!

The world has come to its end, hope has halted to have a meaning

Burgs are being wiped out, blastfall is making swincraft

Meadows are hued red with mennish blood

There are dead folks on the streets everywhere

I will say another still bead:

Folks are sinners, Lord, they make mistakes...

The world has ended!

WinterWind 23:46, September 14, 2011 (UTC)

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