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GuitarBoy666  
31 May 2008 18:36 | Quote
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What are some songs that when you hear you either feel like crying or you think about someone that means a lot to you?

Two I can think of right now;

With Me by Sum 41 and Every Rose Has It's Thorn by Poison

Another not so emotional song, Hate Me by Five Finger Death Punch
Doz  
31 May 2008 18:39 | Quote
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Disarm by Smashing Pumpkins, because of what the song is about. That's all I can think of off the top of my head.
BodomBeachTerror  
31 May 2008 18:39 | Quote
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Disappear by dream theater does sometimes... im not very emotional so i almost never cry =p
telecrater  
31 May 2008 18:39 | Quote
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i first herd John Brown by bob dylan i felt my stomache fall to the floor. It's a powerful song if you can get past the vocals.
JPBeausoleil  
31 May 2008 18:40 | Quote
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John Brown is the cats ass!! What about the Ballad of Hollis Brown?
EMB5490  
31 May 2008 19:19 | Quote
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hmm, tons by skynyrd theyr songs are about real things, and are very good, especially tuesday's gone and ballad of curtis loew. also clarinet quintet in a, k.581- allegro. its mozart, i just love the song, im a softy for classical stuf.
les_paul  
31 May 2008 19:19 | Quote
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Am I losin' Lynyrd Skynyrd. It's like this song was about me and my buddy Sam when we were younger. The only difference is that we didn't fall out over money it was over a girl... and I married her three years later. We talk now (12 years later) if we run in to each other but that's about it.

Here is the link if you have never heard it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uV1Sd_Zf9QI

Man that intro takes me back "I recall when I used to come home, never had a dime, lord I always had a good time"
blackholesun  
31 May 2008 19:22 | Quote
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Pretty much anything by Alice In Chains. Layne Staley and Jerry Cantrell had such amazing vocal harmonies.
Skold  
31 May 2008 19:25 | Quote
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Don't Look Back In Anger - Oasis

Obvious reasons.
Phip  
31 May 2008 19:31 | Quote
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First of May - Bee Gees (lost a friend to cancer around the time I first heard this song)

You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles

Obla Di Obla Da - Beatles (Nah, just kidding!)
Phip  
31 May 2008 19:33 | Quote
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Oh, one more
Drive all Night - Springsteen
listen to it twice and you'll never be the same!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJgR9UqVqAs

and if you don't listen to it at least once out of respect for me i'm gonna come to your house and kick your ass (well actually my friend vinny the knuckles will)! LOL
telecrater  
31 May 2008 20:57 | Quote
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JPBeausoleil says:
John Brown is the cats ass!! What about the Ballad of Hollis Brown?


I need to spend some time in my Dylan collection
Doz  
31 May 2008 21:14 | Quote
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The whole Blood on the Tracks album by Bob Dylan is quite emotional to me, but I've never really cried over a song.
EMB5490  
31 May 2008 21:41 | Quote
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@lp: wow, as a skynyrd fan, i have to say ive never heard the song, and i like it. it has a very 60s/early 70s sound, its like a 60s rock with a 70s southern rock, very tasty.
Crunch  
31 May 2008 21:49 | Quote
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Hey Hey What Can I Do by Led Zeppelin can pull on my heart strings sometimes. Similar experiences with the "speaker" of the song.
les_paul  
31 May 2008 21:51 | Quote
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Yea that's one of my favorites. Another good one you may or may not have heard "I never dreamed" or "Mister banker" if you like a blues sound.

Roll Gypsy Roll

Mister Banker

I Never Dreamed

I also put Roll Gypsy Roll on here another one of my favorites.
ThePusher  
31 May 2008 22:54 | Quote
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Dude I'v been to too many funerals so anything played at those and for some reason everytime I hear Tuesday's Gone it just makes me feel really right, and then there's that feeling where you just like feel like everything is okay and everything is right and whenver you see or hear it you want to break down adn cry and just freak out, for me everytime I see the cover of the album Boston by Boston it just makes me want to stare forever into it and it gives me chills
league  
31 May 2008 23:11 | Quote
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La Torre Bermeja by Andres Segovia or Asturias.
Afro_Raven  
1 Jun 2008 09:20 | Quote
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Fields of Gold by Sting or Eva Cassidy, the song always just makes me think of the opportunities I've passed up, the people I don't see any more and how much I will miss them when I can't see them at all.
There, you see, the Afro does have a soul after all!
GuitarBoy666  
1 Jun 2008 09:27 | Quote
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I have another one;
Floods by Pantera.
The last 46 seconds of the song have amazing sounding guitar, like it's really emotional and sad sounding but it's so awesome
EMB5490  
1 Jun 2008 09:27 | Quote
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beautiful child by fleetwood mac. stevie nicks sings it. its a beautiful song, my mom used 2 sing it to me long years ago.
soy.el.che  
1 Jun 2008 11:12 | Quote
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summer of 69... i just like this song...

and of the beatles: something in the - youve got to hide your love away - well.. there are many songs of the beatles that get me

by led zeppellin - tangerine - stairway to heaven...

by fernando delgadillo - caminante no hay camino - coincidir - con cierto aire a ti (this guys lyrics are very good)

thats all i remember for now
GuitarBoy666  
1 Jun 2008 12:00 | Quote
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I'm surprised no one said November Rain by Guns n Roses yet.
Especially me cause I love that band
keniemn  
1 Jun 2008 12:29 | Quote
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good freinds and a bottel of pills-pantara, if that dont move you nothin will
soy.el.che  
1 Jun 2008 12:49 | Quote
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yeah, i like november rain, but the songs that get me the most are acoustic
Phip  
1 Jun 2008 18:48 | Quote
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quite amazing that it's so different for each person. I think it has alot to do with where you were and what was going on in your life when you heard these songs. it's all so very personal, and yet there are some universal tear jerkers and my favorite would be "Danny Boy".
On the other hand if I never hear "Amazing Grace" again in my lifetime it would be just fine by me!
league  
1 Jun 2008 19:01 | Quote
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I dont think "Amazing Grace" is sincere and it is overused.
Crunch  
1 Jun 2008 19:13 | Quote
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You're right, Phip, Danny Boy gets me every time! Angie by the Rolling Stones is another, along with Videotape by Radiohead-Yorke's voice, the piano, and even the drums, which have a kind of "raindrops-on-a-funeral-day" feel.


CaseyJones  
2 Jun 2008 00:17 | Quote
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tears in heaven(eric clapton)
dust in the wind(kansas)
wish you were here(pink floyd)
sunday bloody sunday(U2)
sunday bloody sunday(john lennon)
blackbird(the beatles)
every rose has its thorn(poison)
EMB5490  
2 Jun 2008 05:35 | Quote
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ye, dust in the wind and wish you were here i forgot, i love those songs, they played dust in the wind at my great grandmas funeral.
highonbodominflames  
2 Jun 2008 07:51 | Quote
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anything done by pink floyd mostly
comfortably numb( that song added some of my more interesting times)
The guitar solo in time-pink floyd
shine on you crazy diamond

and i hate to be cleche but freebird
CaseyJones  
2 Jun 2008 10:40 | Quote
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pink floyd has awesome stuff, its so mellow, its all real good if you just need to calm down, but like if you wanna be mellow but have an edge

Money by pink floyd

oh here is another one

Behind Blue Eyes(The Who)
Mother(pink floyd)
The end(the doors)
learning to fly(tom petty & the heartbreakers)
telecrater  
2 Jun 2008 11:29 | Quote
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Nine Inch Nails- the downward spiral, Broken, Pretty Hate Machine

Maybe a bit to Emo or whatever
Skold  
2 Jun 2008 11:32 | Quote
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Tears In Heaven - Eric Clapton

CaseyJones  
2 Jun 2008 11:35 | Quote
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I will follow you into the dark - Death Cab for Cutie, really sad song but so powerfull and raw
brodyxhollow  
2 Jun 2008 22:39 | Quote
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Don't You (Forget About Me) by Billy Idol.

haha. kidding
CaseyJones  
2 Jun 2008 23:11 | Quote
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thats not by billy idol thats by The simple minds
Skold  
3 Jun 2008 00:23 | Quote
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Yeah, and it happens to be the theme song of an entire decade (80s).
CaseyJones  
3 Jun 2008 07:55 | Quote
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yea its one of the few, non hairmetal, rock songs that were actually good
soy.el.che  
3 Jun 2008 17:26 | Quote
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simple man.... by... lynyrd sknyrd or any band that has performed it... i really like that song
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