WOW, good topic...
Life is Sweet - Natalie Merchant (ironically she is telling you not to cry.)
Top of The World - Patty Griffin and/or Dixie Chicks version
Godspeed - Dixie Chicks
Do What You Have To Do - Sarah McLachlan
Full of Grace - Sarah McLachlan
I Shall Believe - Sheryl Crow
Secret O' Life - James Taylor
Language or the Kiss - Indigo Girls
Ghost - Indigo Girls
Love Will Come To You - Indigo Girls
I Got a Name - Jim Croce
Lately - Stevie Wonder
Something So Right - Paul Simon
China - Tori Amos
Change the World - Eric Clapton
The One - Elton John
Home - Diana Ross, The Wiz Soundtrack
Miss Ceely's Blues - Shug Avery from The Color Purple
The World Spins - Julee Cruise from Twin Peaks
Questions in a World of Blue - Julee Cruise/ Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
and last but most certainly not least:
Rainbow Connection by Kermit The Frog
I'm another of those who has a whole list of songs that can make me cry. I just am very affected by music. It doesn't take much.
But my mom died recently. And about a month before that, I had started to listen to this song by Our Lady Peace called "Picture"...and the guy starts singing "please pick up the phone....please pick up the phone..." over and over again, and I would sit there and cry because it made me just know how I would feel if she ever died and I knew she was going to somehow, and now...well I cant listen to it right now. It made me cry buckets even before she died.
Others are Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here", "Comfortably Numb", Mew's "Comforting Sounds", Pearl Jam's "Black", ....there is a veritable plethora.
What Hurts The Most (music video)
Delta Goodem "Not Me, Not I," well any ballad basically.
Hmm.. interesting topic.
One song that got me choked up the first time I heard it was Fast Car by Tracy Chapman. Such a powerful song.
Untitled - Simple Plan
Unforgiven - Metallica
If You're Not The One-Daniel Bedingfield
now Iam a straight guy but when i hear keyshia Cole's song Love my eyes water up.....lol...
Song To Say Goodbye - Placebo
Concrete Angels- i dont know her name, but it's Country
Travelin' Souldier- The Dixie Chicks
Tears in Heaven- Eric Clapton (just the story behind this song is sad, as well as the song."
I'll Cover You (reprise)- from the Rent movie soundtrack. I always get a lump in my throat on this song.
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