I haven't exactly cried while listening to a song (I mean, I'm a 17 year old guy ) But there's a lot of songs that really touch me.
"Remember When It Rained" - Josh Groban; I heard this song for the first time about 2 months ago, it instantly became my favorite, and I listen to it numerous times every day. There's something about it that still makes me stop and just listen to it, which not many songs do that for me.
"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" - Celine Dion; I'll never forget the image of Celine floating around on the stage in the harness when the first hour of her first Vegas concert was shown on TV. Simply amazing.
"Exile" - Enya; Not too many people have heard this one it seems, but it's a really great song if you sit down and listen to what the lyrics say.
"Il Mare Calmo Della Sera" - Andrea Bocelli; It may be in Italian, but it's quite easy to tell that the lyrics have speciam meaning.
"Time to Say Goodbye" - Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman; Wow.. just a really beautiful song. My Grandma played it a lot and it has a lot of meaning to her, so it probaby runs in my blood
"You'll Never Walk Alone" - from Carousel; Another song that I listened to growing up. It's almost like a crime in my family to not know the words to this one.
"Wind Beneath My Wings" - Bette Midler; Easy to see why, truely one of the most touching songs ever written, I would say.
"Everything I Do, I Do it for You" - Bryan Adams; A true classic.
"My Heart Will Go On" - Celine Dion; Ok, so who didn't ever like this song at one point in time, before it was overplayed?
"The Same Sun" - Chris DeBurgh; In case you don't know who this is, he's the same guy that sings that "Lady In Red" song on the SmartOnes commercials
"Sometimes When We Touch" - Rod Stewart; Another one of those classic songs.
"She Kissed a Hero" - Kristy Jackson; one of those 9/11 tribute songs, one that really makes you sad when you hear it.
"Light the Fire Within" - LeAnn Rimes; The 2002 Olympic Theme Song. It's about doing your best at whatever you do and as long as you give it your best effort, you are a champion. I'd DEFINATLY try to find this song somewhere if you haven't ever heard it. The lyrics are so touching.
"God Bless the USA" - Lee Greenwood; I think you only need to be a little bit patriotic to have a smile of your face after listening to this song.
"Hero" - Mariah Carey; One of my favorite songs of all time, easily.
"I Believe I Can Fly" - R Kelly; Any song with a title that has such inspirational and self-believing words is going to be one of my favorites.
"I Will Remember You" - Sarah McLachlan; A really emotional song, just great.
"Angel" - Sarah McLachlan; Another touching song. McLachlan is amazing.
"Run To You" - Whitney Houston; A very nice song that I haven't really heard in a while, but it's a very nice song.
"100 Years" - Five for Fighting; One of my internet friends who I've known for years is really attached to this song, and it's quite hard not to be attached to it when one of your best friends is.
"One Voice" - Barry Manilow; This one isn't really one that I'm completly emotionally attached to, but I feel that the lyrics of this song are so powerful. It's about how if just one single person would start to sing, then one by one, everyone will join in. It has some of the best lyrics I've heard, and probably should go down as one of those old songs that the next generation will grow up listening to, just like "You'll Never Walk Alone" with my family (but unfortunately, it probably won't)
"No Holly For Miss Quinn" - Enya; This is an instrumental song, but the only reason that I'm really attached to it is because I happened to stumble across the music for it on the piano, and it's the song that I play best.
"Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me" - Elton John; Just a fun song to listen to.
"My Immortal" - Evanescence; Slow danced at the prom with the girl I liked at the time to this song, so it obviously has special meaning.
"I Believe" - Fantasia; Easily my favorite song for the longest time after it came out.
"Foolish Games" - Jewel; The only Jewel song I like, and it's a really sad one at that! Can't help but want to cry when you hear it.
"To Where You Are" - Josh Groban; Actually, I guess I lied when I said I never cried during a song.. they played this song at my Grandpa's funeral.
"Dante's Prayer" - Loreena McKennitt; This is a song that I'm next to positive none of you have heard. It's a very nice song.
"One Last Cry" - Bryan McKnight; Again, another really, really sad song
"She Believes In Me" - Ronan Keating; This is one of my favorite songs to sing. I love it.
"Butterfly Kisses" - Bob Carlisle; I know that in 30 years when my daugher is getting married, this will be the perfect song for me.
"Battle Hymn of the Republic" - several artists; Another of those songs that my whole family knows.
"Fields of Gold" - Eva Cassidy; A re-make of Sting's version, a much slower and emotional version. I personally think this song could very well be the most beautiful song ever.
"Gold" - Linda Eder; Another one of those that says not to ever give up at what you do.
"Somewhere Out There" - Linda Ronstadt & James Ingram; My Grandma always cries when she hears this song. Another one of those that just runs in my blood.
"What A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong; Same as the one above.
Jeesh that was a long list!!!