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|Culprit||Earth, Wind and Fire|
|Title||After The Love Has Gone|
|Written by||David Foster, Jay Graydon and Bill Champlin|
|Submitted by||Steve H|
This song is cleverly written (hey, it won a Grammy), such that it sounds like each chorus is cranking the song up a key, but actually the song remains constant... Until this particular moment, which is the musical equivalent of that thing where you're walking down the street, then you stumble, and in order to stop yourself actually falling and hitting the ground, you have to keep running asymptotically forwards; and then you hit the pavement anyway.
Jay Graydon's official website is at www.jaygraydon.com. In his thanks message at the bottom of the first page, he uses no fewer than 58 exclamation marks within about 200 words. That's over one exclamation mark every four words!!!!!