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Old 03-28-2007, 08:20 PM   #121
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But I live in Michigan.
That's it! That's explained why you like Madonna...
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Old 03-28-2007, 09:32 PM   #122
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I cry at my old posts about crying.

For the record, I'm very hardened and jaded now.
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Old 03-29-2007, 12:23 AM   #123
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Generally I don't cry to music very much
Neither do I, it makes me feel isolated some times. Don't ask me why. When I got back to school and talked to people who went to U2, they said they cried and I felt a bit envious.I got very choked up during One though.

Kite gets me a lot. Especially now with the version on the WITS single. Edge's little guitar solo/part after the summer verse is just heartwrenching.
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Old 10-02-2008, 05:06 AM   #124
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Calling All Angels – Jane Siberry and KD Lang (man I love Lang’s voice – strong and beautiful!)
Arms of the Angel – Sarah McLachlan – OMG just beautiful!
10,000 Miles – Mary Carpenter
Bridge Over Troubled Water - by any real good Gospel Choir
Let It Be


prob many more too, but these are definates!
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Old 10-02-2008, 07:31 AM   #125
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Right now, it is Sting's Fields Of Gold...................the magic of this song is simply amazing
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:58 AM   #126
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River - by Natalie Merchant

That song knocks me around everytime i hear it. Especially Merchant's voice, you can feel the sadness in her voice. Singing about the unnecessary loss of a young life.

River Phoenix will be forgotten in time, just like everyone and everything, however that song just captures that moment in time
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Old 06-02-2010, 11:05 AM   #127
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:20 PM   #128
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Death And All His Friends - Coldplay

It's the song that was playing when I was driving to the hospital at 2 a.m., after my Grandma died, to see her body and say my goodbyes. I just kept it on repeat and now I can't hear that song without thinking of her.
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:31 PM   #129
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Let's see...I'll definitely second "Kite", "Fix You", "No Surprises", "Tears In Heaven", "Imagine" (I'd also like to add Neil Young's version of that song that he did at a 9/11 tribute thing-that one had me sobbing), and "In My Life". Ditto to the 'Edward Scissorhands' one, too-the "Grand Finale" music is definitely cry-worthy.

Others...

"Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own"-U2
"Walk On"-U2 (the "Home" bit gets to me sometimes)
"Blackout"-Muse (if I'm in the right frame of mind)
"Lullaby Requiem"-Neil Finn
"Don't Dream It's Over"-Crowded House
"Father and Daughter"-Paul Simon (this one'll especially get me now...)
"The Drugs Don't Work"-The Verve
"September When It Comes"-Johnny & Roseanne Cash
"Don't Give Up"-Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush (something about her voice on that song...it just hits me emotionally)
"This Woman's Work"-Kate Bush
"Grapevine Fires"-Death Cab For Cutie (Narrow Stairs in general is depressing as hell. Good album, but not something you're gonna throw on at a party, that's for sure. The video for this song made it even more sad)
"I Will Follow You Into The Dark"-Death Cab For Cutie
"You Belong To Me"-Jason Wade (of Lifehouse) cover
"You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go"-Madeline Peyroux cover

That's all that comes to mind for me right now.

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Old 06-02-2010, 06:03 PM   #131
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No Surprises - Radiohead
Reckoner - Radiohead
Tunnels - Arcade Fire
Intervention - Arcade Fire
4th Time Around - Bob Dylan
A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan
Chimes of Freedom - Bob Dylan
Shelter From The Storm - Bob Dylan
One - U2
Where The Streets Have No Name - U2
Walk On - U2
The Unforgettable Fire - U2
Jealous Guy - John Lennon

All of which are melancholia/nostalgia-related, save for Streets, which, when I hear it on a good day, make me happy and hopeful and filled with a sense of wonder. Greatest song ever

Walk On made me cry buckets this last summer when I first heard it live, I think it's because I neglected it somewhat leading up to the shows, and that it was one of the first U2 songs I ever heard. Especially the latter half of the song really gets me.
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Old 06-03-2010, 03:18 AM   #132
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Both All I Want and Home from the new LCD Soundsystem album move me quite a bit.

i've never really cried listening to music though. Kite gets me pretty worked up.
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Old 06-03-2010, 03:24 PM   #133
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I don't cry often when listening to music. But there are some songs where it could occasionally happen.
U2 - Kite
U2 - In A Little While
Radiohead - Nude
Sigur Rós - Hoppipolla
Bloc Party - Biko
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a cover of Bob Dylan's "I Was Young When i Left Home" by Antony Hegarty and Bryce Dessner

YouTube - Antony + Bryce Dessner - I Was Young When I Left Home - (10 of 31)
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Old 06-04-2010, 12:17 AM   #135
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I can cry very easily with this one
YouTube - Amália /**Mal Aventurado**/

and this one as well.

YouTube - Amália /**Abandono**/

And it's "funny" 'cause I did it only listening to it again to post here.
The first one because I love the poem written in the XVI century, it's about a desire of death to come and that puts an end to a bad fate "you" cannot avoid after trying to avoid that destiny so many times. The second one because it's about the political prisoners that no one would ever hear from them again during the fascist era, it reminds me of it.
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