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'The songs that made you cry'

Discussion in 'music' started by Joe Hutch, May 11, 2021.

  1. zeon

    zeon pfm Member

    This woman work... Kate bush. It popped up this week funny enough on a itv drama ( the kept ). Someone dumped there boss in the woods, and the following day
    the song opened up with " Pray god you can cope " lol.
     
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  2. Frizzy

    Frizzy Liberal anarchist

    [​IMG]Ladies night
     
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  3. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Hawkwind and Fire

    Day in the life of a tree by the Beach Boys. I always hear it as a chronical of Brian's mental decline.
     
  4. evand

    evand pfm Member


    For those left wondering, the album is:

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  5. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    I like Victoria de Los Angeles take:
     
  6. irons1965

    irons1965 pfm Member

    Subterraneans - David Bowie

    September Night - Van Morrison
     
  7. GaryT

    GaryT pfm Member

    This is where I roll out my 'classical music favourite version theory'. I believe, for most people, the first version of a classical piece they hear tends to be the one that becomes their favourite, regardless of how many other interpretations subsequently heard. In my case, the von Stade version of Bailero was the first one I heard, and even though I have heard other, perhaps more highly regarded versions (Te Kanawa, Davrath) it remains my favourite.
     
  8. colinp

    colinp pfm Member

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  9. Dozey

    Dozey Air guitar member

    Trisha Yearwood - She's in love with the boy. Don't ask me why.
     
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  10. runforfree69

    runforfree69 pfm Member

    Nirvana "where did you sleep last. night'. Eric Clapton 'tears in heaven'.
     
  11. Euan

    Euan pfm Member

    Jarlath Henderson - Trees. This is such a sad song.

     
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  12. martin dawson

    martin dawson pfm Member

    Listening to the beauty of Love - Forever Changes stunning.

    Regards,

    Martin
     
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  13. LostAtSea

    LostAtSea "33 222 1 222"

    'Before You Cry' - Camera Obscura.
     
  14. Bart

    Bart pfm Member

    You have to go back to the 60’s for the real tearjerkers
    Honey- Bobby Goldsboro
    Terry - Twinkle
    Tell Laura I Love Her - Ray Peterson
    Ah, they just do make ‘em like that any more. ;-)
     
  15. Bob Edwards

    Bob Edwards pfm Member

    Bob Mould - Lonely Afternoon
    Husker Du - Hardly Getting Over It
    Jackson Browne - The Load-out/Stay
    Moody Blues - Never thought I'd live to be a hundred (particularly poignant now as I'm fighting cancer!)
    REM - Leaving New York

    Edit: Neil Young - Unknown Legend

    Just off the top of my head . . .

    And make of this what you may, but Taps gets me EVERY time. Made it VERY difficult to present the flag to the next of kin at military funerals, even if you almost never know the person you're presenting it to.
     
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  16. johncee

    johncee pfm Member



    One of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written. The string crescendo in the last verse gets me every time.
     
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  17. Frizzy

    Frizzy Liberal anarchist

    [​IMG] Cripple and the starfish, weird and wonderful
    Anthony and the johnsons.
     
  18. Jason P

    Jason P pfm Member

    I always find this moving - Ewan McColl song but the Unthanks' version is beautiful:



    And this gets me in the feels every time as it reminds me of an ex:



    This, guaranteed to make me well up:

     
  19. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK I had amnesia once or twice...

    I'll add "Where are we now?" by Bowie.

    It's a fairly sad song about times past but it's the last part

    "As long as there's sun
    As long as there's sun
    As long as there's rain
    As long as there's rain
    As long as there's fire
    As long as there's fire
    As long as there's me
    As long as there's you
    "

    That chokes me up for a number of reasons.
     
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  20. Frizzy

    Frizzy Liberal anarchist

    [​IMG] Dedicated to one I should have loved more,
    She called it our song, and I missed the point.
     

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