Definitions for "On My Own"
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"On My Own" was a hit duet by singers Patti La Belle and Michael McDonald when it was released as a single in 1986. It was released from LaBelle's first platinum album, Winner in You and was written and produced by Burt Bacharach and his former wife Carole Bayer Sager. The song was based on a relationship that had reached its end with both parties going their separate ways in a melancholy state with the occasional option of coming back together again one day.
On My Own is a song by The Used featured as track 11 on their first album The Used. The song is 2 minutes and 43 seconds long, and is of the 'Post hardcore/punk rock' category. Bert Mc Cracken and Quinn Allman (Lead singer and guitarist, respectively) co-wrote this song.
"On My Own" is a solo from the musical Les Misérables for the part of Eponine. Beginning in the key of D, modulating to Bb, then ending in F, this is the most important part for the role of Eponine. In the song, she expresses her unrequited love for the character Marius, and how she dreams of being at his side.