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  1. #101
    m2m - the day you went away
    boys 2 men/mariah carey - one sweet day (this song was played at my uncle's funeral a song I'll never forget)

  2. #102
    "teddy boy" - Red Sovine .... (I said I'd be here.......)

  3. #103
    Nik.Nicole.Bre.Lisa bhanson's Avatar
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    "Dreaming of You", and "I Could Fall in Love" by Selena are such sad songs! I think they come off even sader because of the tragic loss of Selena .

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    Soul Patrol aifan4life's Avatar
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    Graduation-Vitamin C
    He Stopped Loving Her Today-George Jones
    Why Can't I-Liz Phair (I don't even know why..)
    Tell Her Jim Said Hello-Elvis Presley
    He Gets That From Me-Reba McEntire
    My Boo-Usher and Alicia Keys (Long story behind that)
    Over and Over-Nelly and Tim McGraw
    ~*Tennessee Sweetheart*~

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    FORT Fogey ElizabethG's Avatar
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    Just reading all the posts makes me teary eyed because I start humming all the songs! Here are some that are guaranteed to get me sobbing:

    Time In A Bottle - Jim Croce
    Imagine - John Lennon
    Graduation Song - Vitamin C (especially when videos of the graduates are
    flashing on the big screen. I weep.)
    Fire and Rain - James Taylor (heard it the other day at a dentist appointment and went to pieces - I think about my sister Susan who died 28 years ago in a bicyling accident...she was only 15.)

    Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Elton John and Kiki Dee
    I enjoy the escapism of reality television. Beats the heck out of worrying about your REAL life!!

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    Come Along, Pond phat32's Avatar
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    Hi, Olivia!
    After seeing so many clips of Ray in the lead up to the Golden Globes, I'm reminded that Georgia on My Mind is perhaps one of the saddest, sweetest songs ever put to vinyl.
    "...Every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things donít always soften the bad things, but...the bad things donít always spoil the good things." - The Doctor

  7. #107
    Fields of Gold - Eva Cassidy version

    Her version is so much more thought provoking than the original. I remember hearing this one night on the car radio while driving with a friend, outside raining, and just simply sitting dumbstruck. It's beautiful.

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    >> "Fields of Gold - Eva Cassidy version"

    Word! Almost ANYTHING she sings is vocal gold!

    Also, Robbie Williams - Feel. Gets me EVERY time.

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    FORT Biscuit VeronicaBelle27's Avatar
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    Doing a lap before I commit to a location
    Quote Originally Posted by Marleybone
    You haven't lost your mind, there are 2 threads on this. I thought the same thing yesterday when I couldn't find my post.
    Me too. Here's my list again:

    The Dance -- Garth Brooks (I've made a crying fool of myself many times in public with this one)
    Landslide -- Stevie Nicks
    Save All Your Love For Me -- Great White
    Saving All My Love For You -- Whitney Houston
    Hold on To The Nights -- Richard Marks
    Miss Misery -- Elliot Smith
    Summer Wind -- Frank Sinatra (my grandparents loved this)
    Tiny Dancer -- Elton John
    I'd Rather Be Dreaming (they played this song in "28 days" after her roomate commits suicide, watch for a really cleaning cry)
    Colorblind -- Counting Crows
    Dreaming With Tears in My Eyes -- U2
    Wild Horses -- U2
    Never Tear Us Apart -- INXS
    Pictures of You -- The Cure
    So Far Away -- Carole King
    Cat's in the Cradle -- Harry Chapin
    And So It Goes -- Billy Joel
    Angel -- Jon Secada
    Alone -- Heart
    Anytime -- Brian McKnight
    One Last Cry -- Brian McKnight
    Superstar -- Luther Vandross/The Carpenters
    My Last Breath -- Evanescence
    Here Without You -- said many times already on this board
    Jolene -- Dolly Parton
    Everybody Hurts -- REM
    Angel -- Sarah McLachlan
    I'll Be Missing You -- Puffy (OMG, i sang these last two songs constantly, weeping, after a friend passed)
    Last edited by VeronicaBelle27; 01-26-2005 at 10:30 AM.
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  10. #110
    "Some How, Some Way" by Jay-Z featuring Scarface on the Blueprint 2.1 album. (2002)

    it makes me think about all the mistakes i have made and how i need to fix them.

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