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Old 09-24-2002, 02:43 PM   #16
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for me its gotta be Jeff Buckley's - Lover, You Should've Come Over, I'm practically in tears every time I hear it.
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Did you see "Dancer in the Dark"?

I guess I haven't been very emotional lately because I can't think of one particular song that triggers my emotions these days. I tend to play those songs to death until I am immune to them, I guess! Tori Amos' "Putting the Damage On" used to do it.
Indeed I did. Talk about a film that will tear you in two!

And I agree with "Putting the Damage On." Also "Strange Currencies" by R.E.M. And the "One" from the Miss Sarajevo single. All good picks.
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Old 09-24-2002, 03:34 PM   #18
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U2's Sunday Bloody Sunday
Bruce's Born in the USA

and I cant think of anymore right now!
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Old 09-24-2002, 03:46 PM   #20
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no quite into two.......butalmost

There was an Australian band called Hunters & Collectors. They wrote a song, but I'm not exactly sure of the correct title. I recently have discovered a Luka Bloom cover version of it....it's my latest...I have actaully been not programming it in,it's that good but I do love it. I think it's called "Throw Your Arms Around Me" It's where my quote down there comes from.
There are others, but that is the current one.
I have one that puts me back together...I like those ones.

G'day howzit goin' mate?
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Big Grin

Just thought of another one:

Beautiful Day by Three Colours Red

Anyone else heard of it? I saw the video once and had to own it forever. Good, heartwrenching stuff.
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Old 09-24-2002, 07:06 PM   #24
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OMD so many

frick I can't think straight right now

"Difficult Kind" ~Sheryl Crow

"So What" ~Ani DiFranco

"You're Missing" ~Bruce

"One" (live in PopMex espec) ~U2

"Someday We'll Know" ~New Radicals

"Nothing Compares 2 U" ~Sinead

"Purple Rain" ~Prince

"EZ" ~Pete Yorn

"This Year's Love" ~David Gray

"Now My Heart is Full" ~Moz

"WGRYWH" ~U2

"Harder Now That It's Over" ~Ryan Adams

"Unsent" ~Alanis

Like everything by Tori Amos...."Cooling" ...everything....

"Sad Eyes" ~Bruce

"Colorblind" ~Counting Crows

"Champagne Supernova" ~Oasis

"Raining in Baltimore" ~Counting Crowws (Ok like EVERYTHING by them too)

"Sitting Outside a Broken Phone Booth" ~Primitive Radio Gods

"Someone Saved My Life Tonite" ~Elton John

"Silver Spring" ~Fleetwood Mac

"Don't Cry" ~GnR

"Take a Bow" ~Madonna

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i got more

Beautiful Day, Acrobat-U2
Darkness on the Edge of Town, Secret Garden-Bruce
Winter-Tori Amos
Don't Look Back In Anger-Oasis
Ruby Tuesday-The Stones
All Apologies-Nirvana
Until the Good Is Gone-Little Steven
Very Rare-JSBX


That's off the top of my head for stuff right now.
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A Song That Sets Me To Sobbing

Originally posted by LarryMullen's_POPAngel

Winter-Tori Amos

This is THE song that makes me want to curl into a fetal position and sob for a long, long time! It's so beautiful and has so much emotion to it. Just thinking about it makes me want to cry...

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worrywort, acoustic version of killer cars, how to disappear completely, fake plastic trees, street spirit, airbag, exit music, motion picture soundtrack, kid a, let down, sail to the moon, true love waits - radiohead

standing outside a broken phone booth with money in my hand

real atmospheric orchestra music...as in the slower stuff.

mr. tambourine man like a rolling stone - dylan

us and them, comfortably numb, jugband blues - pink floyd

untitled, thirty three, tonite tonite - smashing pumpkins

then a good deal of u2, many of you have mentioned them already.
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Hmmmm...

U2: Stay
Bad
With or Without You

Otis Redding: (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay

James Taylor: Fire and Rain

John Lennon: Imagine

Bruce Springsteen: Into the Fire

The Beatles: Long, Long, Long

Elvis: In the Ghetto (haha--just kidding!!!)



I know there's lots more but I can't think of them...

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Atari Teenage Riot - Sick to Death
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