Which song has touched your heart and held the most meaning for you?
Lady Antebellum "We Own The Night": Right now its the closest to my heart.
Sami yousuf, Make me strong. I think it was quite touching.
Cleanin out my Clost, Eminem. It kept me sane for quite a while.
This one is really hard to answer... I listen to music quite often and so many of them have touched my heart in many ways. Jason Aldean, "The Truth", and Eminem,"Not Afraid" both remind me of my oldest son while he was going through his addiction issues. Sugarland's "Stuck Like Glue" reminds me of the way my late husband I were together. We were 'stuck like glue', especially after he became very ill. Two other favorites which come to mind, when I think of my husband are both songs he picked out for me... Thelma and Louise Soundtrack song, "Your A Part of Me" and Bruno Mars song, "Just The Way You Are". A few months ago I ended up in a relationship with someone, and it was very short-lived. The song for the time was Lady Antebellum, "Wanted You More".Another of my favorites that brings tears to my eyes was my grandfather's favorite, of whom I dearly loved, "Amazing Grace"
The last one may seem a little silly to some, but for my youngest son. It was "You Are My Sunshine"... this one my late husband taught to our son, when he was just a toddler. It was so cute to listen to him sing it. As you see it was very hard for me to just pick one song. I relate music with events and people in my life. Songs and music can bring out so many feelings and emotions.
SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE by Stevie Wonder helped me survive puberty back in the '70s, so EVERY song on that album has meaning for me.
KC and Jojo's "All my Life" still makes me smile when I think of my wife, and Jodeci's "Forever my Lady" still makes me smile when I think of my wife AND my kids.
Hmm. Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but none of today's music seems to have much meaning for me. Much of what I hear on the radio doesn't even attempt to touch anyone's heart.
midget....way way way Too many songs touch my heart and have meaning to me. I'm sure I cannot choose one. I'm positive. A particular song may have more meaning to me or touch me more profoundly given the circumstances, my mood, the time of the season, an event in my life....and on and on and on.........music moves me....always and deeply. This much I can tell you for certain.
This song "Everything I Know About the Blues," by Delbert McClinton just does something to me.
There are a lot of songs that I enjoy, but the ones I enjoy are, mostly, by Josh Groban. "You Raise Me Up" and "To Where You Are" have both touched my heart. The first one just lifts me up when I am down and the second reminds me of friends that had, too soon, departed from this world. If you listen to "To Where You Are," hopefully you understand that I'm being reminded of my friends in a good way.
Defying Gravity from Wicked, Orinoco Flow by Enya, and The Medallion Calls by Klaus Badelt.
Gosh, there are so many i can pick and difficult to make a choice. But the one that is close to my heart is"The Prayer of Saint Francis".
I have heard it sung in acapella and i find that as the best rendition.
Lord,make me an instrument of thy peace
Where there is hatred ,let me sow love
Where there is injury ,pardon
Where there is doubt,faith
Where there is despair,hope
Where there is darkness,light
Where there isvdarkness,joy.
O, Divine Master
Grant that I may not so much seek
To be consoled as to console
To be understood as to understand
To be loved as to love with all my soul.
For it is in giving that we recieve
It is in pardoning as we are pardoned
And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.
Though there are many songs, but I believe i can fly by R Kelly is the song which makes me feel good......
Mine would have to be Marry The Night by Lady Gaga, and not because she's my Goddess of artists. The song is about becoming your fear, taking hold of it and getting back on your feet. I struggled in my last year of high school with people and friends and stress, and it was a song that helped me realize that it was all almost over and that I wouldn't have to put up with all the dilemmas much longer. To know that Lady Gaga was dropped from a label, and had hit rock bottom with nothing left to lose, and then manage to become this amazing woman she is today inspired me. It helped me realize who I was, and what I wanted to become. Not necessarily a singer, but to know that you have to hit rock bottom before you can climb to where you want to be in life.
A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. Yes I heard it while watching Twilight Breaking Dawn. The moment I heard of it, I immediately thought of my boyfriend and I... Everyone thinks he looks just like Edward Cullen and as a romantic joke, he called me his Bella... and hearing that song, inspired me to play a piano version as a Christmas Surprise this year.
"the reason" by Hoobastank is my all time favourite. lyrics of the song are very meaningful.
I love Fragile by Sting. This song really touched my heart during 9/11. If you listen to the lyrics, it's almost eerie how it speaks to this horrific tragedy. Sting sings it so beautifully and I was able to see him sign it with Paul Simon in concert a couple of months ago.
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