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    songs that made you cry

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by poetryliberates, Dec 9, 2006.

    ever heard a song that just seemed to speak directly to you, and just jumped into your heart, sang directly to your emotions and made you cry???

    what are they?
    heres some of mine

    celine dion - because you loved me

    celine dion - how do i live

    eric clapton - tears in heaven
     
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    Where is the love-celine dion

    only cause it was one of the songs played at my brother's funeral though.
    Otherwise I haven't really found one yet, but when I do you'll be the first to know. :)
     
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    wake up - coheed and cambria
    didnt make me cry but it spoke to me
     
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    Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits
     
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    Nope, can't think of any. Crying is for cryers and humans. I am an animated cartoon character roaming the internet. My soul purpose in life is to look up porn, make fun of people who are more lame than me and try to shoot that damn bunny at the top of the screen. So you see I have far too busy of a schedule for crying and dating and stuff like that. But...

    But there was this song back when I was kid that I might have cried to, I don't remember. I remember everyone else was crying including my uncle, but I don't remember if I was. It was a popular song about a dog that had died. And that side of my family had just lost a German Shepphard to hip dysplasia.
     
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    Can't say id cry to a song. But there are those that have touched my heart.
     
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    There have been no songs that have made me cry but plenty of songs that I have cried too, for a-many-of reasons.

    My Immortal by Evanescence...Broken by Seether ..
    Lonely Day by System of a down... Better Days by Pete Murray... and Alone I Break by KoRn are just some.
     
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    Ok well I remembered a song that made me wanna cry from embarressment as my dad balsted it in his car out the front of the high school when I was 16, I think it's called "Where's your mamma gone", not too sure if that's the right title but it was definatley in the lyrics.
    :(
     
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    Well I don't cry but Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah is a very sad song.
     
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    A Whiter Shade of Pale. It's an old song. I can't think of who sang it but it always makes me cry and has since I was a very little girl.
     
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    Well, I don't cry to much, but some have definitely touched me.
    You Rock My World by Michael Jackson--it came on at just the perfect timing. I was crying in the middle of Hechts!! XD
    Someone Put Your Hand Out, Fall Again, Speechless, Don't Walk Away, You Are My Life, and a few others by Michael have touched me. :)
    When Evanescence did Call Me When You're Sober live @VH1 it gave me shivers--that emotion in her voice!! >.<
    Good Enough, The Only One, Imaginary, Whisper, Taking Over Me, Lose Control, and a few others by Ev have touched me as well.
    A Thousand Miles by Vanessa Carlton captivates me everytime it comes on--one day I WILL get that! XD
    ~FI~
     
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    celine dion does it for me as said where is the love as play at my brothers funneral also lighting crashes by live
     
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    Yeah it is! It's beautiful, though. That man could sing.

    Let's see...some songs that have made me cry in the past...

    "For Me This is Heaven" and "Just Watch the Fireworks" by Jimmy Eat World.

    "Iris" by The Goo Goo Dolls

    "The Nurse Who Loved Me" by A Perfect Circle

    Though it wasn't really the songs themselves that made me cry, just the mood I happened to be in when I was listening to them. Like, the Jimmy Eat World songs made me cry when I was going through some hard times with an ex boyfriend. "Iris" made me cry when my parents were getting divorced, etc. I'm not some kind of wuss who cries all the time.
     
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    Hallelujah by Rufus Wainwright

    Imagine by John Lennon

    Accent by Brian Eno

    Photograph by Ringo Starr

    Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft by Klaatu
     

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