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Don't be ashamed....every now and then that one song comes along and really lubes up those ocular cavities. Which ones do it for you?
The song that really gets next to me is a song by Building 429 called, "You Carried Me". It really gets to the heart of the matter and don't forget to try and catch the video of it. You will be touched as well.
Yes, indeed. For me, one of those songs is Donny Hathaway's "SOMEDAY WE'LL ALL BE FREE"
There are so many good songs that move me. The first one that comes to mind, "open Arms" By Journey. Another one and this is going to sound really corny, but is true "Tommorrow" from Annie.
good songs, as much as it kills me to admit it, "fast car" by Tracy Chapman gets me every time
I watched a movie about the slave trade becoming abolished and I did not know that the song "Amazing Grace" was tied to the movement. It was so uplifting at the point when they sang it that I got a little misty eyed.
I saw that movie! That was a good movie. The author of Amazing Grace used to be a slave runner. When he realized how awful slavery was he spent his life toiling at a church. Very inspiring.
yeah, what was the name of that movie. I thought that it was pretty inspirational.
I'm pretty sure that movie was called "Amazing Grace". thanks for the great replys
There's a guy on youtube named David Sides who does piano covers of modern songs. Check him out, and have your tissues at the ready.
Yes. My world keeps getting smaller everyday!, I cry when i hear that after I broke up with my ex bf
Heaven Knows by Rick Price, and Right here waiting by Richard Marx, they song both song by their heart, and the lyrics are so deep and touchy, the musics...wow! can kill you softly...T-T
Oh yes. Taps at a soldiers funeral and Amazing Grace played with a piping band at funerals as well.
Kiss The Rain by (okay just went blank)
I heard this song for the 1st time as soon as I got off the phone with the news my dad died. A song of comfort to me and I cry everytime I hear it.
The original musical score for Land Before Time. I saw it originally as a 3 year old. I saw it again in my 20's and it was too much - I bawled.
Oh - that movie! I made the mistake of watching it with my three kids (then about 12, 7 and 4); and it had all four of us going! I ended up hiding the movie to prevent further traumatization.
The song that I didn't want playing in any stores or coffee shops for years (because I couldn't hear it without crying) is, "I'm everything I am because you loved me." It wasn't written with the mother/child relationship in mind; but, particularly since I have one son who's adopted, that song got me every time for ages. These days I can hear it without more than wistfulness - then again, the world is full of songs that get me going.
Only everything by Coldplay because it is so horrible. Not sure if tears from my eyes is the same as blood from my ears, but yeah, my ears. They cried blood.
Pete Doherty's English Rose at Glastonbury Festival of this year. x
one song I know that makes me feel really sad, in an emotional way not in a depressed way.. is by Smashing Pumpkins and its called 'Landslide'. I dont know how many of you know this but its very touching
a lot of music makes me cry or get teary eyed...
every single time I hear a certain section of the song Chavaliers de Sangreal from DaVinci Code (Hans Zimmer composer) I lose it.
it's very moving.
I probably shouldn't write this in public, but "Memories" from the musical CATS.
Metallica's "ORION" and "ONE"
"VERA" off of Pink Floyd's THE WALL Album
something about those 3 songs, they all have important meaning in the soundtrack of my life...
also "HURT" by N.I.N. and the remake by Johnny Cash
and I almost forgot "DISARM" by the Smashing Pumpkins
Do you hear what I hear - Christmas song. It usually brings me to tears every year, Let's see about this year.
by pjdscott8 years ago
I'm a musician and know the power and value of music. I'm curious what people find emotional in music (and looking for trends for a paper I'm going to write).It's very simple - post the name of a piece of music that...
by milleramanda535 years ago
When your having a bad day, What song can always see you through?
by Richard3 years ago
Which song would you have played at your funeral?Frank Sinatra's My Way is a popular choice, as is Monty Python's Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, but which song would you choose?
by Ruchira7 years ago
If one song were to describe your life, what song would it be?
by Kieron Walker4 years ago
What was the last movie that brought you to tears?
by hrabini7 years ago
I am looking for Amazing Grace sung by a female, solo, no musical instruments,no back up...vocals. i have heard it in a movie, cant rtemeber movie. Please help.
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