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Mama Mia - ABBA

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I cried a bit the first time I listened to Motion Picture Soundtrack by Radiohead. Such a beautiful song.

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john lennon - imagine
the beatles - let it be

because of two family members who died and those songs were played at their respective funerals.

also hurt by johnny cash.
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Under the Bridge - RHCP
Angel - Aerosmith
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Closer - Joshua Radin
Winter - Joshua Radin
Tears In Heaven - Clapton
Look What You've Done - JET
9 Crimes - Damien Rice
Lua - Bright Eyes
Dark Blue - Jack's Mannequin (not sure why)
Poison Oak - Bright Eyes
First Day Of My Life - Bright Eyes


Play until she breaks up with you.

The most brutal band to ever exist is...

You should go like them...even if you don't like them.

i didnt cry but i was like whoa...

Last Kiss,Yellow Ledbetter,and Black-Pearl Jam
November Rain-GNR
Faithfully and Open Arms-Journey
Let it Be-The Beatles
Didnt physically cry, but real powerful songs include:
Hurt - Johnny cash version
Under the Bridge - RHCP
Fljotavik - Sigur Ros
The Gunners Dream - Pink Floyd

Loads more, but i wont go on.
none of these make me cry but damn if they dont get your emotions and thoughts and reflections going.
-Hurt by Johnny Cash
-A Different Kind Of Pain by COLD
-Wasted Years by COLD
-Gunslinger by A7X ( I have a cousin in Iraq and I am really attached to this song).
-In This River- Zakk Wylde (His Performance at some ceremony for Dimebag was absolutely amazing, hits you right in the heart)

But, Ring of Gold by Bathory made my eyes water up a tad once or twice...
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Phill is a very attractive guy...

"I'm so tempted to sig that, Phill" - Sig it then

Unless otherwise stated, assume everything I say is in my opinion.
tears in heaven - eric clapton ( cause its based off his son )
let it be - the beatles
november rain - GNR
and some others
I havent cried but...

Hollow- Pantera
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Prince - Purple Rain, Gold, Anna Stesia, Paisley Park, The Cross
the cuervo gold / the fine columbian / make tonight a wonderful thing

Iris-Goo Goo Dolls... hahah
Referring to Victor Wooten
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That's all I heard in that entire interview.

My Band:
just like everyone else let it be - the beatles
and yesterday - the beatles
working class hero - john lennon
Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle made me cry the first time I heard it.
But The Way She Feels by Between The Trees gets me everytime =|
Wonderland by Angie Aparo
Christmas Eve in Sarejavo by Trans-Siberion Orchestra
Pink Floyd - A Great Day For Freedom
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (Especially when Rick Wright died)
Brand New - Play Crack the Sky and The Boy Who Blocked his Own Shot
Nine Inch Nails - Hurt
Circle Takes the Square - Crowquill
Black - Pearl Jam

and if i'm in a weird mood.
Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
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I've actually never had a song make me cry, but, if such a thing existed, it would probably be a cheesy Styx love song and/or a Radiohead one.

Misery signals - The Year Summer Ended in June

Makes me think me about the people I lost and who I still have.

Failsafe is also one that makes ya think


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I'm lost without you-Blink-182
Heaven-Angels and Airwaves
A letter to Elise-The Cure & Blink-182
I have to be in the right mood and place (by myself) to really break down and cry. These songs fill me with that melancholy feel where I think alot about the past or life in general and/or my mind feels like it's escaping into another realm. Gets my eyes watery.

I seems songs with lots of dynamics and "soul" make me get this way.

Cranberries - Linger
Johnny Cash - On The Evening Train
Smashing Pumpkins - Tonight, Tonight
Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
Ray Charles - Ol' Man River (more soul
Flaming Lips - Do You Realise
Beatles - In My Life
Beatles - Let It Be
Porcupine Tree - Trains
Allman Bros. - Blue Sky
Clifton Chenier - I'm Coming Home (To See My Mother)
The Strokes - Razorblade
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
Sigur Ros - Hoppipolla
Mercury Rev - Holes
Mercury Rev - Goddess On A Hiway
Sufjan Stevens - Casimir Pulaski Day
Keith - 98.6
Pearl Jam - Last Kiss
Cookie & The Cupcakes - Matilda
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