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#1
Well pit.....

Any songs that no matter what they crush you, as soon as you hear them you well up like a nancy boy?

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You are part of the rebel alliance, and a traitor.

#4
The Poet and the Pendulum by Nightwish. Those suspensions at the end are real tear-jerkers.
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#7
Let Down is one of my favorite Radiohead songs...makes me happy actually! Casimir Pulaski Day by Sufjan Stevens and I Didn't Understand by Elliott Smith have hit pretty hard before...
Yeah, well...you know, that's just like, your opinion, man....

#8
frank black and the catholics - "dog in the sand"
miles davis - "it never entered my mind"
johnny hartman and john coltrane - "my one and only love"
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#11
Hurt - johnny cash
your whisper may sway the weak, but when i speak it roars the seas
#14
Hurt - johnny cash
Time in a bottle - Jim Croce
Amused to death - Roger waters
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#16
Anything by Mono.

See them live and you will understand.
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#17
Nutshell - Alice in Chains
Hurt - Nine Inch Nails
Silver and Gold - City and Colour
A Long December - Counting Crows
Wonderful - Everclear
Matthew Good Band - Strange Days
In Repair - Our Lady Peace
Pearl Jam - Wishlist
Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
How's it Going to be - Third Eye Blind


While these songs don't really make me cry/well up unless I am already really depressed, they can make me feel pretty sad just listening to them.
#18
So Far Away - Avenged Sevenfold
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#19
Can't believe no one has said it:

The Ballad of Curtis Loew - Lynyrd Skynyrd.

You can't listen to that song and not get emotional.
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#23
I can't listen to Roadside by Rise Against since my first girlfriend broke up with me. Even though the experience didn't hit me too bad that song always makes me well up
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#24
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Let Down is one of my favorite Radiohead songs...makes me happy actually!


It's one of mine too. I think it depends on your mood when you listen to it. If i'm in a happy mood, it'll make me feel happy and uplifted, however if i'm in a sad mood, it can be a bit of a tear-inducer
#26
Hurt -Johnny Cash
Real good looking boy - The Who not because it's a sad song, it's just become an important song in my life somehow.
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#30
Farewell - Apocalyptica

Gets me nearly every time.
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#31
Hurt - Johnny Cash
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Through Her Eyes - Dream Theater
The Spirit Carries On - Dream Theater (dat solo)
Through the Glass - Stone Sour
The Man Who Can't Be Moved - The Script
Burning in the Skies - Linkin Park
Song to the Siren - John Frusciante
Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Disappear - Dream Theater
Paradise Lost - Symphony X
Pearl of the Stars - Coheed and Cambria
Wake Up - Coheed and Cambria

Etc, etc.
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#33
Neon Moon - Brooks and Dunn
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#34
Mother Love by Queen.

The saddest song I've ever heard. Made even more heartbreaking by the fact that it was the last song Freddie Mercury recorded. He died before he could finish the third verse so Brian May sang it instead.

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#35
Stevie Ray Vaughan-Life without you. The dialogue in the middle made me cry.

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#37
Dry Your Eyes by the Streets.. not the entire song but that chorus
"Of all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: it might have been."

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#38
The National - Exile Vilify
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#39
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Dry Your Eyes by the Streets.. not the entire song but that chorus

Get out
You are part of the rebel alliance, and a traitor.

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