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#81
Emotionally, chord progressions can only go so far. I think that the thing that really gives a song its feeling is the way it links to your past.
#82
How Do You Get That Lonely? - Blaine Larsen

How do you get that lonely? How do you hurt that bad?
To make you make the call that having no life at all
Is better than the life that you had
How do you feel so empty? You wanna let it all go
How do you get that lonely and nobody knows
#84
matthew bellamy has written some pretty moving songs. "Blackout" comes to mind.
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My life in all aspects is going fucking brilliantly, so I just thought I'd offer a cyncial scrap of wisdom, gloat a little, and then leave.
#85
Staind - Outside
Radiohead - Creep
Regina Spektor - The Call (I heard this one in Narnia 2 soundtrack)

My first post here in UG
#86
Listen to Yellow Ledbetter by Pearl Jam. You'll want to start crying and you won't even know why.
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#87
Yesterday - The Beatles. It can make me cry if I'm in the right mood.
Call me Jack.
All that you love...
...you must love now.
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#88
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Staind - Outside
Radiohead - Creep
Regina Spektor - The Call (I heard this one in Narnia 2 soundtrack)

My first post here in UG

congrates on your first post, want a cookie?
Scar tissue that I wish you saw
Sarcastic mister know it all
Close your eyes and I'll kiss you cause
With the birds I'll share
This lonely view
#89
Little Motel-Modest Mouse
Give a Man a Home-Ben Harper
She's In It For The Money-Matthew Good.
#91
naked as we came by iron and wine
...and
hallelujah by jeff buckley
"I am myself, like you somehow, I'll ride the wave where it takes me."
#94
Lick My Lovepump

EDIT: damn beaten ... oh well it's so sad that it deserves mutiple mentions ... after all it is in the key of Dm, the saddest of all keys.
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#96
Hope-Apocalyptica
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#97
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Yesterday - The Beatles. It can make me cry if I'm in the right mood.

This one...... and Dry your eyes by The Streets.... im not comparing the two though lol
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#98
mr big - i'll leave it up to you

still chokes me up a little sometimes. to add to the big pile of angst in here
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#99
Entrails Ripped from a Virgin's Cunt by Cannibal Corpse.

Seriously though, I think Getaway by The Music is quite a sad song lyrically.
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+1

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#103
Mad World Cover - Gary Jules,. kind of gets me every time.
This is my sig, isn't it

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[quote="'[x"]Huffy[x]']I never understood Christianity.

A religion that is essentially based on stories about an invisible man that made the universe and a magic zombie that could walk on water and got nailed to a cross.
#105
That "Don't you forget about me". Reminds me of the end of that futurama episode with Fry's dog.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#106
One of these, I can't decide:
A Tout Le Monde - Megadeth
As The Footsteps Die Out Forever - Catch 22
Hurt - Both the NIN and Cash versions.
?!
#107
I could have lied - RHCP
Landslide - Smashing pumpkins
Death of a martian - RHCP

just a few
#108
Always - Bon Jovi

Objects In The Rearview Mirror - Meat Loaf
May the Force be with You.
Carmel is hawt
#110
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gary moore, i think

Nope
The better known cover is by Gary Jules
its originally down by Tears for Fears
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#112
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hahahaha

Mosquito Song - QOTSA



+1

Tell me why I had to be a powerslave
I dont wanna die, Im a god, why cant I live on?
When the life giver dies, all around is laid to waste.
And in my last hour,
Im a slave to the power of death


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#113
The Ship - Swallow the Sun, it sounds very gloomy and haunting. When my brain will work i might post another.
#114
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Nutshell unplugged-AIC
Burden-Opeth

I agree with you on the AIC. That unplugged album really gets me, especially "over now"
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#116
Space Doggity- Jonathon Coulten (Video makes it worse)
Hide and Seek- Imogen Heap
The Day That Never Comes- Metallica
Soothsayer- Buckethead
Hallelujah- Leonard Cohen or Jeff Buckely
Let It Be- The Beatles (Especially in Around the Universe)
The Wall- Pink Floyd (The Entire Album)

Edit: Mad World- Gary Jules
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#119
Hurt by NIN/Johnny Cash.
In This River by Black Label Society.
Tallulah by Sonata Arctica.
Simple Man by Shinedown (The cover with Brent Smith's speech at the start).
Show Must Go On, No One But You (Only The Good Die Young) by Queen.
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“This is ridiculous; my job is to sit here and do this bloo-loo-loo-loo, bloo-loo-loo-loo” - Paul Gilbert on sweep picking.
#120
Quote by DimebagLivesOn
I agree with you on the AIC. That unplugged album really gets me, especially "over now"


Same here, really good album.

Lots by Pink Floyd: On the turning away, Shine on you crazy diamond, Breathe, etc.

Steve Vai: Sisters, Blue Powder.