The theme from the movie "Midnight Cowboy." Every time I hear it, it reawakens my memory of the closing scenes with Joe Buck and Ratso Rizzo on that Greyhound bus approaching Miami. To me that was one of the most poignant and saddest endings to any film -- ever. ...
Spend all your time waiting for that second chance
For the break that will make it ok
There's always some reason to feel “not good enough
And it's hard at the end of the day
I need some distraction, oh beautiful release
Memories seep from my veins
They may be...
It would be a Sister Hazel song. Here's one of them-- you should look it up on projectplaylist.com and take a listen. Ken Block's voice is what does it for me. He's an Angel.
"Tear By Tear" by Sister Hazel
We all know sadness
And I feel your pain
'When She Loved Me' by Sarah McLachlan makes me cry.
I also cried when I heard 'Feed the Birds' by Mary Poppins. I never understood why that song made me so sad, but it really brought tears to my eyes!
There's another song that nearly ALWAYS makes me teary and that's 'Scarlet...
because there's a guy I'm into who introduced me to this guy's music and it reminds me of him, esp how odd but honest the lyrics are. I was listening to other songs by the artist, then I clicked on that one and instant tears. It also doesn't help that its a love song in a way...
More than words- extreme: I don't know why but it makes me sad.
Better Together- jack johnson: It was "our song". The song that played when he called me.
Nature Boy- Pomplamoose: originally by Nat King Cole. "the greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in...
I still hear your voice, when you sleep next to me.
I still feel your touch in my dreams.
Forgive me my weakness, but I don't know why
Without you it's hard to survive.
'Cause everytime we touch, I get this feeling.
And everytime we kiss I swear I...
When I was young I had a very special friend in my life. The first time I heard him laugh like a screeching chicken, I knew I would love him forever. We did everything togeather from the 6th grade thru Graduation. We talked about what we were going to do when we grew...
Dear Santa, I need to change my Christmas list
There’s one big thing I missed
You see, my Daddy’s working
far away from here.
And you know, Santa,
I asked for a Barbie doll,
And brand new soccer ball,
But you know, I’d trade it all
For just one gift...
I've already made a list a while ago but need to revise it. Having my heart & soul ripped out( getting better everyday, not crying anymore), has definitely changed my list.
1.) Without a word - Birdy
2.) The one I gave my heart to - Aaliyah
3.) Rather go blind - Etta James
I always thought this was the saddest song in the whole world. For the first ten years it could always make me cry. I just find it so sad that the person singing it has lost what sounds like their soulmate and doesn't expect to find anyone like that again but will wait until...
It doesn't necessarily make me cry..but it makes me want to. Because I obviously don't like to cry..but yeah...
And now that I'm talking about it I can't think of the name for the life of me. But it's by Aerosmith. And they play it at the end of Armaggedon when all the sad stuff...
1. Nothing Compares to you - Sinead O'connor
2. Breakfast at Tiffany's - Deep Blue Something
3. Kissing You - Des'ree
4. My Life - The Beatles
5. Into the Mystic - Van Morrison
6. I Will Remember You- Sarah Mclachlan
7. Try Sleepin With A Broken Heart - Alicia Keys
" I was dreaming of the past.
And my heart was beating fast, I began to lose control, I began to lose control, I didn't mean to hurt you, I'm sorry that I mad you cry, I didn't want to hurt you, I'm just a jealous guy, ...
Hmm music tends to get me very emotional because im definately the kind of person that attaches mmrs to songs.
My tops 5 tear jerkers are:
Xavia - The submarines
Black bird - The beatles
Evil has never - Union of lives
X&Y - Coldplay
Every me and every you...
The last verse of Mr. Tambourine Man (the real version) always makes me humid upstairs. Always. I only listen to it once or twice a year on account of how heavy it hits me. I can't explain why. It's not tied to any particular moment frozen in time... it just ... is...
Lithium, don't wanna lock me up inside
Lithium, don't wanna forget how it feels without
Lithium, I wanna stay in love with my sorrow
Oh, but God I wanna let it go
Come to bed, don't make me sleep alone
Couldn't hide the emptiness, you let it show
Never wanted it to be so cold...
The song was originally written and performed by Tim Buckley, the late father of the late Jeff Buckley, but was adapted by This Mortal Coil, an occasional collective of musicians, who have included some or all of the Cocteau Twins. Coincidentally, Elizabeth Fraser dated...
This song makes me cry... every time, this video was shot by my bestfriend Mahala three days before she was killed in a tragic car crash.. Mahala was a huge Demi fan and this video never fails to bring tears to my eyes... Rest in Peace Mahala Saylor <3Lyrics:Before I fallToo...
It makes me cry because I think about how I would feel if my sister died, the pain and emptiness I'd feel. It makes me cry almost everytime I listen to it.
Soft, dark, and dreamless
Far beneath my...
Nightmares and loneliness
I hate me ...
Music touches me both physically ( when I'm inspired to move ) and emotionally ( creates/changes my mood ). There are the songs we all know such as anthems ( and yes, depending on who the singer is, I have cried when our anthem is sung ). There are songs that...
I heard this song by a few artists.It was orginally a bob Dylan song and I heard it differently by Adele "Make you feel my love"
It spoke to me, that it is how I feel now.
It's a bit sad but it's really about devotion.Isn't that what's missing in love these days?
Feels like Home by Edwina Hayes. I cry every time I listen to it. It reminds me of my aunt who passed away because of liver cancer. It was so hard watching her fight it. I never once cried in front of her when I took care of her while she was sick. But I broke down when she died...
I'd have to say:
1. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
because it is about him having AIDS
2. Dance with my Father Again by Luther Vandross
because of some of the issues between my father and I
3. Crying by KD Lang
because it is kind of the story of my life with my first boyfriend...
These are in no particular order.
1. Jeff Carson's "The Car"
2. Ty Herndon's "A Man Holding On (To A Woman Letting Go)"
3. Terry Jack's "Seasons in the Sun"
4. Dolly Parton's "He's Alive" toward the end always get me don't know why...
5. Patty Loveless's "How Can I Help You Say...