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#1
Just wondered what they are.

Mine are:

Hallelujah - Rufus Wainwright
Creep - Radiohead
Not Everybody Has To Imagine - Mitch Benn

The first one coz it's just a beautiful.
The second because it reminds me of a really hard time in my life.
And the third because although he's a comedian, it's a really hard hitting song.
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#2
I was listening to Jeff Buckley (at last!) recently.
The entire album made me cry.
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#7
Heroes of War- Rise against or whatever the song is called
Travelin Soldier- dixie chicks
that songs allison kraus did for dumbo.
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#8
A lot of later Johnny Cash is very sad and hard-hitting, never made me cry but plenty of times it's brought tears to my eyes.

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Creep - Radiohead because it reminds me of a really hard time in my life.

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#9
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anything by cannibal corpse. The pain of bleeding ears really sucks.


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#11
romeo and juliet- either Mark knopflers version, or the Killers version played live. and only live.
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#13
Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley has on occasion when i already feel down
and Scott Kelly's acoustic stuff is like getting hit with an anvil of leaden depression

EDIT: Babe I'm Gonna Leave You by Zep has hit me hard a couple times
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#14
The last time I got misty-eyed to a song was to Iron Maiden - Wasted Years. Long story, but cut down to size; I was head over heels for this one girl who didn't feel the same way, the day after rejection and I saw her ice-skating and the sunlight just shined upon her in a way that kinda killed me. ^^ Couple of years ago now, but I'll never forget that moment.
#15
Johnny Cash - Hurt, reminds me of a lot of **** that happened, not drugs, but a lot of other things, eally speaks to me

Metallica - Fade To Black

Jeff Buckly - Hallelujah (sp?)
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#16
Has to be:
a) Brothers on a Hotel Bed - Death Cab for cutie
b) Never meant - American football
c) For my father - Andy McKee

a) for the times I spent listening to it with friends
b) for the lyrics - admittedly very high school emo kid but meh, its all good.
c) Whilst when I play it I can't get the feeling into it, he can really make it sing.

So... I wonder how far this thread will go without becoming silly to the extreme?
#17
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Johnny Cash's cover of "Hurt" deserves a mention here...

I was gonna say the Nine Inch Nails version. haha.

Underoath's Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear and Desolate Earth, together.

Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees, High and Dry. "It's the best thing that you've ever had..." Gah, that line gets me every time.

That's about it for now. Pretty much most songs that I can classify as beautiful will probably have a similar effect.
#18
Wonderwall - Oasis

this was when i was really down tho.
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Johnny Cash's cover of "Hurt" deserves a mention here...

this
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#21
Immigrant Eyes by Guy Clark
Coat From The Cold by Guy Clark
Play Crack The Sky by Brand New
That Was Me by Todd Snider
a ton of Townes Van Zandt Songs
Fiddlers Green by The Tragically Hip
Cat's in the Cradle by Harry Chapin
The Pilgrim Chapter 33 by Kris Kristofferson
Sam Stone by John Prine
Dance with the Devil by Immortal Technique
Desperados Waiting for a Train by Jerry Jeff Walker
715 for Hank Aaron by Peter Cooper

(No I don't cry every time I hear one of these songs, but at one point or another....)
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools
#22
Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits always pulls at the ol' heartstrings
as does Hurt - Johnny Cash
Rememberance Ballad - Atreyu. I'm not a fan of them but that's one powerful song.
My Sacrifice and One Last Breath - Creed because of things in the past.
The Eels in general with songs like I'm Going to Stop Pretending that I didn't Break Your Heart and It's a Motherf@cker
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#24
Remembrance Ballad-Atreyu
Cemetery Gates-Pantera (played at a buddies funeral)
You-Breaking Benjamin
#25
Soothsayer - Buckethead
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#26
Erm, not cry, but evoke feelings...


Teenager - Deftones

Hurt - Johnny Cash

Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley

Isolation Years - Opeth

Learn From This Mistake - Down

Nutshell/Rotten Apple/Down In A Hole/Over Now/Whale And Wasp/Shame In You - Alice In Chains

Black/Indifference/Release - Pearl Jam
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#28
NIN- Right Where It Belongs
AFI- Morningstar
Birthday Massacre- Movie
The Penny Dreadful- Le Madre Muerta
My Chemical Romance- Cancer- since my Mum got the big C I can't listen to it, I just can't.
Placebo- Pierrot The Clown

However, the song that has me in tears every time is:

InMe- Chamber. It was mine and my ex-girlfriend's song and when they played it live, Dave dedicated it to us. Now whenever I even think about it I'm reminded of how much I still love her.
#30
Angie-The Rolling Stones, I was so down the first time I heard it.

Landslide-The Smashing Pumpkins version
Fall to Pieces-Velvet Revolver
Both remind me of a girl.

oh, and I cried like a baby when I first heard Nirvana's version of "Where Did you Sleep Last Night".


right now, though, it'd be Black by Pearl Jam.
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#31
Both CD's Death Magnetic and St. Anger make me cry because metallica has died
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#33
some xmas song about a kid wanting to buy shoes for his mom whos dieing for xmas. but he doesnt have enough money. anyone know the name?
"You know it's funny when it rains it pours
...They got money for wars, but can't feed the poor"


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#34
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some xmas song about a kid wanting to buy shoes for his mom whos dieing for xmas. but he doesnt have enough money. anyone know the name?

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#35
Lua - Bright Eyes
Poison Oak - Bright Eyes
I Didn't Understand - Elliott Smith
Hide and Seek - Imogen Heap
A Million Fireflies - The Midway State
Chamber - InMe
Save Your Scissors - City and Colour
The Light and The Glass - Co&Ca

Don't make me cry but make me feel reeeeeally sad.

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#36
Some emotion envokers:

Bed of Roses - Bon Jovi
Lie To Me - Bon Jovi
Hallelujah - Rufus Wainwright
Live This Live - Big and Rich
Letter To Me - Brad Paisley
Losing My Religion - REM
Last Fight - Velver Revolver
Loving The Alien - Velvet Revolver
My Way - Frank Sinatra
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#37
Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley gets the obligatory mention.
Track 11 by The Matches made me cry once, but probably had more to do with how I was feeling. It's not even such a sad song.

Songs which I haven't cried at but are nonetheless quite sad:
Untitled - Interpol
Signs, Emma Kate's Accident, Blue Light - Bloc Party
Song to Say Goodbye - Placebo
Cancer - MCR
Everybody Hurts - REM
Nullaby - Denali
Your Algebra - The Shins
Sing - Dresden Dolls
Have to Drive - Amanda Palmer
Machines - Biffy Clyro
Gotta Be Somebody's Blues - Jimmy Eat World
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#38
What Hurts The Most--Rascal Flatts. [Yeah, I know. xD]
This World Can't Tear Us Apart--Trivium [Personal thing]
You Raise Me Up--Josh Groban
Make You Feel Better--Red Hot Chili Peppers
Wish You Were Here--Pink Floyd
Only Hope--Mandy Moore
Say Goodnight--Bullet For My Valentine [Why? Dunno]
Dying In Your Arms--Trivium
Don't Forget Me--Red Hot Chili Peppers
Concrete Angel--Martina McBride

That's enough for me. xD
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#39
transatlanticism - death cab for cutie
untitled #8 - sigur ros
the unnamed feeling - metallica
exit music - radiohead
vermillion pt2 - slipknot
atlantic - thrice

and too bright to see, too loud to hear then desolate earth by underoath
#40
Wake Up - Co&Ca
Welcome Home Co&Ca
Follow You Into The Dark - DCFC


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