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Tell me the most emotional song you have ever heard. Keep in mind that emotional does not always mean sad. When I say "emotional", I mean any song that ignited your emotions. It does not matter what the emotion is. Love, hatred, jealousy, it does not matter.


My most emotional song is "Dreaming a Broken Heart" by John Mayer.
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#2
Hmmm....

Soco Amaretto Lime - Brand New
More of Myself to Kill - BTBAM ("my memory is the only thing keeping these old tears inside...")
Shevanel Cut a Flip - BTBAM ("and if the world that were forced to see...")
Mordecai - BTBAM ("from the reciting of the show from the Plip and the Shevanel...")
The Drugs Dont Work - The Verve
Jesus Christ - Brand New
I Won't See You Tonight pt. 1 - A7X
Giving Up - Silverstein

oh and also, Konstantine - Something Corporate
Sail on Soothsayer - Buckethead
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#3
I Could Have Lied - RHCP
Kill You - Korn
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#4
Hmm... Overall emotion?

I guess "Kim" by Eminem tops it for anger...

"How To Disappear Completely" by Radiohead for sadness.
#5
I, personally, must say 'Brothers in arms' by Dire Straits is the most emotional. Probs got a few others, butthat the one that comes to mind (:
#6
Maggot Brain - Funkadelic

Eddie Hazel knew how to make a guitar cry and this was the best example of it
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#7
I'd have to put forward entire albums, really.
Lady in Satin by Billie Holiday is probably the most powerful in terms of evoking sadness and sorrow (though most Radiohead albums do a great job of that too), wheras Louis Prima's The Wildest! is certainly the most happy, carefree, fun album I've ever heard.

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Maggot Brain - Funkadelic

Eddie Hazel knew how to make a guitar cry and this was the best example of it


+1 for that, too
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#8
Tears in Heaven by Sir Clapton. No doubt about being the most emotional song I've heard so far. Good Morning Kaia by BT comes extremly close, certainly it has the most emotional and incredible music video I've seen in my life so far.
#10
Jesus of Suburbia and St. Jimmy from Green Day - they are the songs that got me into guitar. I still love them!

I AM SAINT JIMMY!
Do you remember when we were young,
And you wanted to set the world on fire?
Well I still am,
And I still do.

My band needs a singer!
#11
My Application To Heaven - Pg. 99
Kill the Switch - Circle Takes The Square
Never Too Late - Three Days Grace
White Walls - Between The Buried And Me
The Divine Suicide Of K. - Protest The Hero
Tigersuit - Raein
Chaque Seconde - Daitro
I Wont See You Tonight Part 1 - Avenged Sevenfold
43% Burnt - Dillinger Escape Plan
#12
it has to be fix you -by- coldplay

seeing it live was the most amazing and emotional experience of my life

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Jesus of Suburbia and St. Jimmy from Green Day - they are the songs that got me into guitar. I still love them!

I AM SAINT JIMMY!


YES.
#15
Tears in Heaven and my Fathers Eyes by Eric Clapton
Glycerine by Bush
Everlong by Foo Fighters
#16
The Stars are Projectors- Modest Mouse
Edit the Sad Parts- Modest Mouse
Ready, Able - Grizzly Bear
Angels of Debauchery- Winds of Plague
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#17
For me... maybe:

Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees, Let Down, No Surprises, How to Disappear Completely, Idioteque, All I Need, Videotape.
Kent - Sjukhus, Mannen i den vita hatten (16 år senare), Vals för Satan, Ensammast i Sverige, Stoppa Mig Juni (Lilla Ego), Cowboys.

Those are probably the two bands that I'm listening to the most at the moment, so it was pretty hard to choose just a couple haha .
#18
Silverchair- Emotion Sickness,Spawn Again,ana's song!!!!!!!!!! without a doubt the most emotionally charged songs ive listened to!!
#19
Radiohead - Exit Music (For a Film)
Tom Waits - Johnsburg, Illinois
Anything by Sigur Ros, I guess
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#22
Machine Gun by Jimi Hendrix always provokes some kind of emotion from me but I interpret it different each time I hear it.
Maybe Tommorrow by Stereophonics give me a nostalgic feeling.
Wet Sand by the Chili Peppers is another one that provokes different emotions each time
Whenever I listen to music it makes me feel some kind of emotion
#23
Black Label Society-Spoke in the Wheel
Black Label Society-In This River
Black Label Society-Sold My Soul
Megadeth-In My Darkest Hour
Pride&Glory-The Chosen One
Zakk Wylde-"Any song from the Book of Shadows album"
S:Strength
Determination
M:Merciless
F:Forever
#25
Glad to see Megadeth get on there, but I didn't see November Rain? Stairway To Heaven?
#27
Pink Floyd - Southampton Dock
Eric Clapton - Tears in Heaven
Johnny Cash - Hurt
XTC - Dear God


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#28
John Lennon - mother, isolation, beautiful boy, love
Pink Floyd - the gunner's dream
Billy Joel - tomorrow is today, got to begin again, honesty, souvenir
the Who - behind blue eyes, love reign o'er me, dr. jimmy

I could think of more, but it would be a long long list
#29
pink floyd - comfortably numb, us and them
gnarls barkley - whos gonna save my soul now (abbey road version)
jeff buckley - hallelujah
jimi hendrix - little wing
yann tiersen - la valse d'amelie
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pink floyd - comfortably numb, us and them
gnarls barkley - whos gonna save my soul now (abbey road version)
jeff buckley - hallelujah
jimi hendrix - little wing
yann tiersen - la valse d'amelie


Jeff Buckley +1

Jeff Buckley - I Want Someone Badly
Warren Haynes - Beautifully Broken
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#31
Too many songs. Of course Angie by The Rolling Stones is the only song to ever make me cry, so that.

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I, personally, must say 'Brothers in arms' by Dire Straits is the most emotional. Probs got a few others, butthat the one that comes to mind (:

Am I the only one who noticed this?

Also to the people saying St. Jimmy, does anyone else make the connection to 'Jimmy The Saint' from Bruce Springsteen's Lost In The Flood?
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My Application To Heaven - Pg. 99
Kill the Switch - Circle Takes The Square
Never Too Late - Three Days Grace
White Walls - Between The Buried And Me
The Divine Suicide Of K. - Protest The Hero
Tigersuit - Raein
Chaque Seconde - Daitro
I Wont See You Tonight Part 1 - Avenged Sevenfold
43% Burnt - Dillinger Escape Plan


This is the most confusing list and its just confounded by the approval of the greenday songs.
I'm an asshole.
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#33
for me its definitly these 3
Fade to Black- Metallica
In My Darkest Hour- Megadeth
Wish you Were Here- Pink Floyd
#35
Eric Clapton - Tears in Heaven
Metallica - Fade to Black
Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven
#36
For me it would have to be:

Steely Dan - Dirty Work
Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
UFO - Out in the Street
To name a few for now
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#37
this probably sounds lame but...
the only time a song ever made me like have a like a real huge reaction was
where did you sleep last night?-nirvana
about 2 years ago (when i was 13) i saw the video for them preforming that at MTV unplugged and when Kurt looked up from his guitar i felt like some had punched me in the guy and i started to cry a little...idk i feel wierd saying this =/
#38
I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton
Shape Of My Heart by Sting
I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston
Stay With Me by Shakespeare Sister

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#40
Look on youtube for Phil Wickham singing Hallelujah. It's really emotional.
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