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    Quote Originally Posted by aMaZiN'RaCeGuY>
    Wow.. That's alot, Delia !
    Well, what can I say? I love music!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aMaZiN'RaCeGuY>
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    You have good taste !
    thank you, ARG! I liked Evanescence from the beginning, but the more I hear from them, the more I like them. At least it is something different for a change. And My Immortal is just downright haunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlett530
    thank you, ARG! I liked Evanescence from the beginning, but the more I hear from them, the more I like them. At least it is something different for a change. And My Immortal is just downright haunting.
    For me, it's that I think they were alright at the start, then they got overplayed, but after a while now, I begin to think they are good and Amy's voice is very powerful...

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    Reading through this thread made me teary-eyed, since several people mentioned songs that would go on my list of tear-jerkers.
    "Fire and Rain" by James Taylor, because it reminds me of my dad, who died when I was 15. I associate a lot of folksy-70's songs with him, but on this one it's the words, too.
    For the same reason, a Bruce Hornsby song called "The Lost Soul" or something like that. It was on a tape I had but I don't think it was ever on the radio.
    "Travelin' Soldier" by the Dixie Chicks; the words, yes, but also their harmonies are so beautiful.
    "Where Have you Been" by Kathy Mattea.

    There are more but now I've got to find a Kleenex.
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    the one by Paul Simon: there never was a father who loves his daughter as much as I love you. Always makes me tear up, happy, that my girls are so close to their dad.

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    What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

    It was the first song right after my son was born that I sang to him. He's 5 now and goes around singing it all the time. Makes me cry every time I hear his little voice singing it because it reminds me of that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeeJay
    What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

    It was the first song right after my son was born that I sang to him. He's 5 now and goes around singing it all the time. Makes me cry every time I hear his little voice singing it because it reminds me of that day.
    I love that song! I think I mentioned this earlier...my daughter's kindergarten class sang this at their graduation. Imagine a group of sweet 5 and 6 year olds singing this *sigh* (Yes, I was bawling like a baby! )

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    Alone Again Naturally - Gilbert O'Sullivan

    I know it's sappy but it was on the radio 2 days ago and brought tears to my eyes.

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