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Songs that make you cry

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Connemara, May 9, 2007.

  1. Connemara

    Connemara Well-Known Member

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    Are there any that send you over the edge? Doesn't have to be every time...even if it's just happened once, list it.

    Mine are (like everything I type on this forum) thoroughly embarassing.

    --There's a live version of Barbara Cook singing "I Got Lost In His Arms/Time Heals Everything"...the latter tune makes me tear up everytime. She sings it even better than when she originally belted it in "Mack and Mabel."
    --"Desperado" by the Eagles.
    --"Heart's Gate" by Stephen Stills.
     
  2. BigHandMan

    BigHandMan Well-Known Member

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    --There's a live version of Barbara Cook singing "I Got Lost In His Arms/Time Heals Everything"...the latter tune makes me tear up everytime.

    Can't wait for ed to sink his teeth into this one... [​IMG]
     
  3. Connemara

    Connemara Well-Known Member

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    Can't wait for ed to sink his teeth into this one... [​IMG]

    It's the name of the medley! That's all!
     
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    I think he's trying to tell us something...[​IMG]
     
  5. BigHandMan

    BigHandMan Well-Known Member

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    It's the name of the medley! That's all!

    Ed? Ed?!?!?!
     
  6. LabelKing

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    Why not "Over the Rainbow"?
     
  7. Bandwagonesque

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    I think he prefers it, the prostate.

    But if your gf/wife/hooker does it, it's cool right? Right?
     
  10. LabelKing

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    I think he prefers it, the prostate.

    It must be gaping.
     
  11. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Well-Known Member

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    But if your gf/wife/hooker does it, it's cool right? Right?
    sure, but with the proviso that the hooker is a woman, or at least you think she is at the time.
     
  12. Dakota rube

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    Jeezus Connie. Why don't you just start a "I am gay and proud of it" thread. Enough of these little hints scattered all over the damn place.
     
  13. LabelKing

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    Connemera, where is that sweet photo of you kissing your roommate?
     
  14. Ivan Kipling

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    Never On Sunday. In Greek, the lyrics are poignant. btw: my grandmother wouldn't allow that record to be played inside her house.
     
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    Proud to be an American as performed by the US Army band. If you don't like it, go fuck yourself, and then sue me. I invite you to make something of it. edit: jesus I'm a pussy. Getting teary just thinking about it.
     
  16. kwiteaboy

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    "Dry Your Eyes" by The Streets used to make me tear up when I was mildly-to-moderately depressed, but I don't listen to music now.
     
  17. robbie

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    silly maybe, but 'Rocky Racoon' by the beatles.
     
  18. JetBlast

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    +10.

    "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes by the FDNY honour guard comes to mind for me. Memories of my uncle's funeral after 9.11. It's amazing how this stuff doesn't fade even after 6 years.

    JB
     
  19. Connemara

    Connemara Well-Known Member

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    +10.

    "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes by the FDNY honour guard comes to mind for me. Memories of my uncle's funeral after 9.11. It's amazing how this stuff doesn't fade even after 6 years.

    JB


    He died on 9/11? My sympathies, man.
     
  20. Kent Wang

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    I've cried at Metallica - "To Live Is To Die" and "Mama Said".
     

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