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What song makes you cry?


By Frippertron

1 year ago



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    #251 1 year ago

    Today, it was the national anthem of France. I'm bummed.

    #252 1 year ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    I figure there is no point starting an eargasm thread with this one already going, but that's what this song is all about.
    I give you Florence and the Machine.

    While different, for some reason I can't help thinking I could see it being a Tori Amos song....but then again, maybe that's just because of my kryptonite for most any redhead. Lol

    #253 1 year ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    I figure there is no point starting an eargasm thread with this one already going, but that's what this song is all about.
    I give you Florence and the Machine.

    On a separate note.....when you said Eargasm....I thought we were going to start a thread about this LP!

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    #254 1 year ago
    Quoted from pacmanretro:While different, for some reason I can't help thinking I could see it being a Tori Amos song....but then again, maybe that's just because of my kryptonite for most any redhead. Lol

    It really needs to come out of big speakers to give you the whole vibe. It's a few years old now but I remember a couple of the first times I heard it I was blown away.

    Florence and the Machine are very big in the UK along with that entire alt scene and they play festivals of 1000s , but it seems for the most part the USA is content to ignore it. Except in a few places.

    #255 1 year ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    It really needs to come out of big speakers to give you the whole vibe. It's a few years old now but I remember a couple of the first times I heard it I was blown away.
    Florence and the Machine are very big in the UK along with that entire alt scene and they play festivals of 1000s , but it seems for the most part the USA is content to ignore it. Except in a few places.

    I'll throw my honesty out there...I remembered the name right away, but that was about it...I listened to song on my phone....

    Tomorrow eve, I want to make it a point to (even if YouTube) listen on big stereo and get a better feel now!

    #256 1 year ago

    Big Speakers! Bigger Audience!

    I've got the MTV live channel and they show all these festivals.

    #257 1 year ago

    Zombie by Cranberries (or the remake). I was listening to it a lot around the time my cat got tongue cancer and died last year. So now it's forever linked in my brain.

    RIP Statik

    #258 1 year ago
    Quoted from Fezmid:

    Zombie by Cranberries

    I still hear that a lot on a local station and to me if there was ever a theme song from the 90s that was it. I can still remember what we were doing when that song was on.

    #259 1 year ago

    Mine is a country song: "She'll tell me the price of the pinball she's sellin' once she does her research on Ebay"!

    #260 1 year ago

    Everybody Hurts by R.E.M. is one of several for me.

    #261 1 year ago
    Quoted from vid1900:

    Then if we want to follow this train of thought, Tim Buckley (the guy who wrote "Song To The Siren") son, Jeff Buckley, did "the" version of Hallelujah.
    That song is an instant tear jerk, and has been recorded so many times that the writer, Lenard Cohen, asked that people quit recording it.
    Jeff Buckley - "Hallelujah"

    Great suggestion...the entire Grace album by Jeff Buckley is exceptional. Dream Brother...

    #262 1 year ago

    Wild Horses, Rolling Stones. I've never even read the lyrics, but for some reason it relates to some heavy shit in my life. Old Stones is magic.

    #264 12 months ago
    Quoted from Jokerz777:

    Butterfly Kisses & Christmas Shoes!

    Yes those are both intense songs.

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    #265 11 months ago

    “Love lift us up where we belong...”. but only if someone says “Way to go Paula!” And starts clapping.

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    #266 11 months ago

    May have been the cocktails, but this usually up tempo Steely Dan got to me today with lyrics...

    #267 11 months ago
    Quoted from pacmanretro:

    May have been the cocktails, but this usually up tempo Steely Dan got to me today with lyrics...

    Really! What was in those cocktails???

    #268 11 months ago

    Idk...But this one got me too
    Just a bit nostalgic kinda night I guess

    #269 10 months ago
    Quoted from spidey:

    I love Credence! Hey, wanna see something *really* scary?

    Dan Aykroyd naked?

    #270 10 months ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    John Belushi doing Joe Cocker's Beatles impression.

    Love all three versions of that song.

    #271 10 months ago
    Quoted from tdunbar:

    Iron Eyes Cody (born Espera Oscar de Corti April 3, 1904 – January 4, 1999) was an Italian-American actor. He portrayed Native Americans in Hollywood films.[ He also played a Native American shedding a tear about litter in one of the country's most well-known television public service announcements, "Keep America Beautiful".[

    He was a disgrace.

    #272 10 months ago

    Smack my bitch up by Prodigy always brings a tear to my eye. Reminds me of my ex who never learned her lesson. Good times.

    #274 10 months ago

    If you have been with your ol’ lady long enough (21 yrs for me)...and at any point really wanted it to be over...BLAST this one...BUT you have to really LOVE her...tears every time...........Joey

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    #278 51 days ago

    Surprised this thread dropped off....

    Mary Chapin Carpenter

    He thinks He'll keep her.....

    #279 49 days ago

    Lyrics: "I remember I cried when my father died never wishing to hide the tears , at 65 years old, my mother god rest her soul, couldn't understand why the ony man she had ever loved had been taken" can't remember the singer but 70's era
    Great song.

    #280 49 days ago
    Quoted from cdnpinbacon:

    Lyrics: "I remember I cried when my father died never wishing to shed a tear , at 65 years old, my mother god bless her soul, couldn't understand why the ony man she had ever loved had been taken" can't remember the singer but 70's era
    Great song.

    Alone again, naturally by Gilbert O Sullivan

    #281 49 days ago
    Quoted from jhanley:

    Alone again, naturally by Gilbert O Sullivan

    Thanks alot!

    #282 49 days ago

    No problem. I love that song too.

    #284 48 days ago

    “Homesick” by Mercy Me.

    #285 48 days ago

    Three Little fishes always brings a tear to my eye.

    LTG : )

    #286 47 days ago

    Love Hurts by Nazareth
    Last Kiss by J Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

    And the song "Lava" about two volcanoes in love.

    Yeah, I'm a weirdo.

    #287 47 days ago

    For anyone who is moved by Cats In The Cradle, I highly suggest "Mama Hold My Hand" by Aloe Blacc.

    #288 47 days ago

    I'm if in the right mood for it. Learning to Fly by Pink Floyd will hit me in those feels.

    #289 45 days ago

    Beautiful song. Edit** click on "Watch on youtube", one of those "Blocked on other sites" vids

    #290 45 days ago

    I'm pretty sure remembering "Honey" was written based on a true happening..

    #291 45 days ago

    My goodness where do I start. I cry over a lot of songs. Had a lot of screwed up life experiences which made me into a sofety I guess

    The singer looks like my older brother who passed away suddenly at the age of 41 because of weight related issues

    The video more so makes me cry because it is about two brothers and one of them gets sick and dies. See the above for why it pulls at my heart strings.

    My first real girlfriend made this our song. Being we were both young and I was immature the relationship didn't last. We split up and I was an a-hole. Last time I ever saw her I flipped her the bird while driving past her. The next day I got the news she was dead. She was in a bad car accident. Both her and her friend died. The two boys they were with didn't. She lived for some time but died enroute to the hospital of a torn aeorta. I have tried to move on but when I hear this song it brings her back up and I will never let myself live down the last thing I did was be rude to her. If we were still together I would of been driving that day instead of this other friend.

    Just a sad song and video

    This song coupled with dogs looking sad in cages, shivering, shaking makes me ugly cry, I am a huge animal lover and have to turn the channel as soon as it comes on.

    This song makes me think of my friend that killed himself over some chick. He loved AVSF

    I actually did a drum cover of so far away for him as well. This song now makes me tear up because of him.

    #292 44 days ago

    Jeff Carson- the car

    #295 39 days ago
    Quoted from twoplays25c:

    'Dis one. The wife's and me's song.

    That’s a damn good song!!!

    #296 39 days ago

    The Thunderbirds theme song.

    #297 39 days ago

    Oh man every one of those made me cry!

    -1
    #298 39 days ago

    Fatty Boo Hoo,... I mean Fatty Boom Boom

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