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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperBrat;2119582;
    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.
    Congrete Angel is Martina McBride, good choice. In fact, I agree whole heartedly with your list.


    Another tear jerker is "Like we never loved at all" Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.

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    Angel-Sarah McLachlan
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    Umm they don't make me cry but i kinda feel emotional
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    "Concrete Angel" Martins McBride
    "Angel" Sarah McGaughlin
    "Aylisa Lies" I think Jason Michael Carol sings it.

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    What Hurts The Most-Rascall Flatts (actually the video makes me cry more than the song itself)
    Broken-Lindsay Haun (again video more than the actual song)
    There's another one by a male country artist that's fairly new. I honestly can't think of the title right now. If I find out, I'll post it.
    ETA: Okay, I just found it. It's called "I'll Wait For You" by Joe Nichols. Here are the words:
    The snow in Montana was three feet high
    The lady at the counter said: There ain't no flights
    And so he called her on the telephone
    He said: I'll rent a car and I'll drive home
    And she said: I'll wait for you
    Like I did last year
    At Christmas time with your family here
    And your truck broke down out in San Antone
    And the gifts stayed wrapped until you got home
    Oh, this ain't nothin' new
    Sweetheart, I'll wait for you
    Now he's on his cell phone in a Coupe Deville
    Talkin' to the one he loves and always will
    His heart is breakin' 'cause she's there alone
    Her heart is achin' 'cause she wants him home
    She says: I'll wait for you like in '68
    When our child was due, but I said, he'll have to wait
    Until his dad gets here and stands by my side
    Remember, Dear, our son's first cry
    Oh, this ain't nothin' new
    Sweetheart, I'll wait for you
    He didn't stop all day to eat a bite
    And he finally got there around midnight
    The doctor said, she's in a better place
    She said to give this you this note just in case
    And it said, I'll wait for you at Heaven's gate
    Oh, I don't care how long it takes
    And I'll tell Saint Pete I can't come in
    Without my love and my best friend
    Oh, this ain't nothin' new
    Sweetheart, I'll wait for you
    P.S. I love you, too
    Sweetheart, I'll wait for you
    Last edited by nilesgirl; 01-24-2007 at 06:08 PM.
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    You can always count on Country music for a good tearjearker.

    RShousebandfan5, I also cry at "Alysia Lies".

    Nilesgirl, I haven't heard "Broken" but I do get teary-eyed at that Rascall Flatts video. And I knew immediately what song you were talking about before you even posted the rest when you said new song. I cry everytime "I'll wait for you" comes on. There are quite a few country songs with themes like that. "The Baby" by Blake Shelton will send you to the nearest Kleenex box. And "I Loved Her First" by Heartland and "My Little Girl" by Tim McGraw can now replace "Butterfly Kisses" for Daddy/Daughter wedding songs.

    "Sarah Beth" by Rascall Flatts will make anyone cry. It's about a girl who has cancer.

    Another tearjerker is "Private Malone" by David Ball.

    To top off the list, here's another really sad song, by Craig Morgan:

    Song: "Almost Home"
    Album: I Love It

    He had plastic bags wrapped 'round his shoes
    He was covered with the evening news
    Had a pair of old wool socks on his hands

    The bank sign was flashing "5 below
    It was freezing rain an' spittin' snow
    He was curled up behind some garbage cans

    I was afraid that he was dead
    I gave him a gentle shake
    When he opened up his eyes
    I said,"Old man are you ok?"

    He said,"I just climbed out of a cottonwood tree
    I was runnin' from some honey bees
    Drip dryin' in the summer breeze
    After jumpin' into Calico creek
    I was walkin' down an old dirt road
    Past a field of hay that had just been mowed
    Man I wish you'd just left me alone
    'Cause I was almost home..."

    Then he said,"I was just comin' round the barn"
    'Bout the time you grabbed my arm
    When I heard Momma holler son hurry up
    I was close enough for my old nose
    To smell fresh cobbler on the stove
    And I saw daddy loadin' up the truck
    Cane poles on the tailgate
    Bobbers blowin' in the wind
    Since July of '55
    That's as close as I've been

    "Yeah, I just climbed out of a cottonwood tree
    I was runin' from some honey bees
    Drip dryin' in the summer breeze
    After jumpin' into Calico creek
    I was walkin' down an old dirt road
    Past a field of hay that had just been mowed
    Man I wish you'd just left me alone
    I was almost home"

    I said,"old man you're gonna freeze to death"
    Let me drive you to the mission
    He said,"Boy if you'd left me alone
    Right now I'd be fishin'"

    "I just climbed out of a cottonwood tree
    I was runnin' from some honey bees
    Drip dryin' in the summer breeze
    After jumpin' into Calico creek
    I was walkin' down an old dirt road
    Past a field of hay that had just been mowed
    Man I wish you'd just left me alone
    'Cause I was almost home"

    "Man I wish you'd just left me alone
    I was almost home..."


    Okay, now that I'm totally depressed, I need to go to a happier thread!
    Have you done your Green deed for the day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan;2215515;
    You can always count on Country music for a good tearjearker.

    RShousebandfan5, I also cry at "Alysia Lies".

    Nilesgirl, I haven't heard "Broken" but I do get teary-eyed at that Rascall Flatts video. And I knew immediately what song you were talking about before you even posted the rest when you said new song. I cry everytime "I'll wait for you" comes on. There are quite a few country songs with themes like that. "The Baby" by Blake Shelton will send you to the nearest Kleenex box. And "I Loved Her First" by Heartland and "My Little Girl" by Tim McGraw can now replace "Butterfly Kisses" for Daddy/Daughter wedding songs.

    "Sarah Beth" by Rascall Flatts will make anyone cry. It's about a girl who has cancer.

    Another tearjerker is "Private Malone" by David Ball.

    To top off the list, here's another really sad song, by Craig Morgan:

    Song: "Almost Home"


    Okay, now that I'm totally depressed, I need to go to a happier thread!
    I LOVE that song! "Broken" is from the CMT movie "Broken Bridges" with Toby Keith. While I don't believe it's on the radio, yet, you can always catch the video. Here are the words:
    Verse 1: Wake up to a sunny day
    Not a cloud up in the sky. And then it starts to rain.
    My defenses hit the ground. And they shatter all around
    So open and exposed.
    I found strength in the struggle. Face to face with my trouble.
    Chorus: When you're broken in a million little pieces. And you're trying, but you can't hold on anymore. Every tear falls down for a reason. Don't you stop believing in yourself. When you're broken.
    Verse 2: Little girl don't be so blue. I know what you're going through. Don't let it beat you up. Heaven knows that getting scars only makes you who you are. Only makes you who you are. No matter how much your heart is aching, there is beauty in the breaking. Yeah
    Repeat Chorus
    Bridge: Better days are gonna find you once again. Every piece will find its place.
    Repeat Chorus

    Incidentally, Lindsay Haun was actually on an episode of 7th Heaven where Ruthie got detention with her. The gentleman in charge of detention was none other than the very famous Michael Finestein and the whole episode talked about Gerswhin and the impact that Gershwin's music had on the music of today. Lindsay Haun did a beautiful rendition of "Summertime" from Porgy & Bess.
    Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
    Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilesgirl;2214862;
    What Hurts The Most-Rascall Flatts (actually the video makes me cry more than the song itself)
    Oh gosh, I cannot watch the video without crying no matter what mood I am in. The song alone doesn't get to me as much unless I'm already in a sad mood. But the video, just, wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadian_angel;2215619;
    Oh gosh, I cannot watch the video without crying no matter what mood I am in. The song alone doesn't get to me as much unless I'm already in a sad mood. But the video, just, wow.
    Same, here. I watch the video and it breaks my heart. I have a personal connection to the song and the video. One of my best friends was murdered almost 15 years ago and I can remember feeling exactly the way the girl in the video did when I first found out. I didn't want to believe it. Rascal Flatts always has the best songs! Well, not just them.
    Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
    Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1

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    I just got David Bowie's greatest hits and Space Oddity really gets to me. It does not push me over the edge of crying but it's not far from it.

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