Sentimental

Sentimental, the adjectival form of sentimentality, may also refer to:

Songs
  • "Sentimental" (Kenny G song)
  • "Sentimental" (Deborah Cox song)
  • "Sentimental" (Porcupine Tree song)
  • "Sentimental", by Kym Marsh from Standing Tall
  • "Sentimental", by Feeder from Renegades
Albums
  • Sentimental (album), a 2005 album by Tanita Tikaram
  • Sentimental, by Julio Iglesias
Films
  • Sentimental (film), a 1981 Argentine film

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Famous quotes containing the word sentimental:

    Each day a few more lies eat into the seed with which we are born, little institutional lies from the print of newspapers, the shock waves of television, and the sentimental cheats of the movie screen.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    What a man calls his “conscience” is merely the mental action that follows a sentimental reaction after too much wine or love.
    Helen Rowland (1875–1950)

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