my wonderful fan "Ronnie" has said she cried at the end of my song in response to a product review on http://www.amazon.com/Concreto-au-Violi … amp;sr=8-2
the one that gets me every time is in the Gladiator soundtrack- Now We Are Free. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Owg-NaUo … r_embedded
Hurt... Johnny Cash
too many to name, however, the most recent I can think of is Temporary Home by Carrie Underwood.
Yes. In fact a friend of mine sent me a YouTube video today which made me cry. It's really beautiful - Auld Lang Syne.
Everytime You Go Away by Paul Young
This was the song from Planes, Trains and Automobiles when John Candy and Steve Martin walk down the street at the end of the movie, carrying the infamous chest. I'm a 35 year old guy and I cry like a child evety time!!
Four songs come to mind.
Daddy don't you walk so fast by Wayne Newton
He stopped loving her today by George Jones
another by George Jones is called The grand tour.
Wow, good question.
There is one that I have been able to relate to so well that tugs at my heart strings and makes me cry everytime is:
Chicago- Will You Still Love Me
Lee Greenwood- God Bless The USA
It may be corny to some but this one gives me chills whenever I hear it. Its a reminder of the worst day I have ever been witness to, 9/11/01. It is something that will always stay with me.
As my wife just passed away in November at 49, I have many songs that make me tear up--but the 1 I had played at Jonda's funeral is the most tearful of all:
Gone Too Soon by Michael Jackson
Starry Starry Night by Don McLean
Lol, commercials make me cry!
Songs that get me:
Daisy a Day
Where are You Going, My Little One (Turn Around)
How Can I Help You Say Goodbye (by Reba)
If You Get There Before I Do (This one really turns on the waterworks!!)
Another one that always makes me cry is Rainy Night in GA.
I as a man will never admit I cry. But I will say that Stevie Wonders " Love is in need of Love Today ", gets me kinda choked up ! If this song does not move you , you don't have a pulse !
another one that chokes me up, especially towards the last chorus. I've sobbed during this part, not in a sad way.. just overwhelming..
Circle of Life
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga-ijQP0 … r_embedded
My first year teaching music I decided I was going to have a chorus. A bunch of fourth and fifth graders signed up and we were soon asked to perform a farewell song to all fifth graders that were graduating to middle school that year. I picked "Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler. We were unable to perform the song because the chorus girls kept on crying and SOBBING!!!
Talk about a tear jerker!!!
A lot are broadway tunes. Off the top of my head, Somewhere from West Side Story and Not While I'm Around from Sweeney Todd.
Another one is Sunrise, Sunset from Fiddler on the Roof.
Frequently. One I can remember that did this was Mandy by Barry Manilow.
"I Can Hear Your Voice" performed by Michael W. Smith on the Worship Again Album ushers in the Holy Spirit and moves me- I find myself visualize the whole beautiful experience of seeing my baby girl for the first time as she touched my lips when I held her in my arms. When I let go and Let God, I am purified by the touch of this Song. It's effect is Powerful.
The Last Post on Rememberence & ANZAC Day, and Queen's Love of My Life from A Night At The Opera.
I can not get through Cats in the Cradle by Harry Chapin, without sobbing. I have to change it if I am driving. The song makes me want to rush home and spend time with my children before it is to late. I'm about to cry now...
The Star Spangled Banner brings me to tears of pride.
"Dance with My Father" by Luther Vandross.
"Puff the Magic Dragon" as a child I cried because the dragon was going to be lonesome...as an adult, I cry for the loss of childhood innocence and imagination.
the jetset life is gunna kill you, it's not a sad song but Gerard Ways voice is so beautiful i just had to do something...
(don't judge me i'm just a kid)
Gosh so many to mention... the most recent was the last movement of of Tchaikovsky's 5th, very powerful
better to ask: what song has NOT made me cry? especially the way some people sing them!
A couple of classical music pieces have made me cry.
-The last movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony
-Chopin's nocturne op.48 no.1
-Rachmaninoff's Prelude op.23, no.4
-2nd movement of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto
I loved "Forever" by the Beach Boys. When I saw it on Full House I didn't know it was by them, but I still love that song. "I'll Be There" is another one, especially after Michael Jackson died there was a State Farm commercial and felt myself almost breaking down but I'm glad I didn't. For me it's usually about the context of hearing a certain song rather than the song itself.
Ya, anytime I am going through anything really negative in my life, I always feel like lyrics in certain songs are singing directly to me. For instance strangely "So Lonely" by the Police really messed with me after me and my wife broke up.
yeh, and that one about Grandma getting run over by Santa Claus! that really messed with me
"Has a song ever made you cry?"
Many have made me feel so damn, damn good; including my eyes getting wet.
I really should start finding out which those songs were.
The Luther Vandross song Dance With My Father. I cannot bring myself to even play the song anymore......it is too heartwrenching for me. Reminds me of when my father died............
by Susan Reid 10 years ago
What is your song?Why did you pick it/special meaning for you?How long have you had it/how often do you refresh your personal song?Any candidates you considered but didn't make the top cut?Her'es mines.Used it to intro my radio show in college.Debbie Harry and I are long-lost sisters born of...
by Iontach 11 years ago
I'm curious to what people are listening to at the moment. I'm addicted to Lady gaga - born his way and Enrique Iglesias - Tonight (not his style at all). I've been playing those on repeat
by Rockerzz 2 years ago
Please mention the full song names and attach links if possible.
by Susan Reid 11 years ago
Genre doesn't matter. Can be male or female.What singer do you think has (or had) a KILLER set of pipes?I'll start with the one and only Freddie Mercuryhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxbFLYa0_bw
by Keith Abt 5 years ago
Describe how your day is going with a song title. Feel free to provide a YouTube of the track if you'd like.I'll start:"Surrounded By Idiots" - Wrathchild Americahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRrImis1gZs
by Stevennix2001 3 years ago
Hey folks, i thought it might be a cool idea if we all shared cool youtube videos with each other. just put up a link to some of your favorite youtube videos, THAT DOESN'T VIOLATE THE HUBPAGES GUIDELINES OF COURSE! That goes without saying. some of these videos can be just random...
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