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Songs that make you tear up


#1

For me:


Songs that cheer you up
#2

Isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew?
I’ll be watching over you
isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew?
I’ll be watching over you

Goodnight my sweetheart
Until we leave tonight
Hold me in your arms
Wish me some luck as you
wave goodbye to me

You’re the best friends I ever had
Goodnight, sleep tight
Goodnight, God bless
Goodnight, nos da
I’ll try my best

Isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew?
I’ll be watching over you
isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew
I’ll be watching over you

I will be waiting all my cares are for you
Dreams they leave and die
I’m just gonna close my eyes,
think about my family
And shed a little tear

Goodnight, sleep tight
Goodnight, God bless
Goodnight, nos da,
I’ll try my best

Isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew?
I’ll be watching over you
isn’t it lovely, when the
dawn brings the dew?
I’ll be watching over you

Leave me, go Jesus
I love you, yeah I love you
Just let me go
I even love the devil
For yes he did me harm
To keep me any longer
’Cos I’m really tired
I’d love to go to sleep and wake up happy
Yeah I’m really tired
I’d love to go to sleep and wake up happy,
Wake up happy.


#3

Frank Ocean’s “Bad Religion” (I don’t know what the deal is with the album cover Youtube’s got)

Also Frank’s vocalizing at the end of Kanye’s "New Slaves"


#4

My sappy bad breakup songs…


#5

I think only Leonard Cohen ever did that for me.


#6



"For your sake, O G-d, act, and not for our [sake]. See our state- impoverished, with nothing. The Soul is yours and the body is your work; Pity your handiwork.“

"And LORD will erase tears from every face, and his people’s shame he will remove from everywhere in the world. And it will be said on that day: Behold! This our G-d; This is the LORD; we hoped for him; let us rejoice and be happy for his emancipation [of us]”
(This is more tears of hope)


#7

Also:


#8

Maybe the only thing you and Michael Moore have in common.

This makes me sad and made me tear up once while driving alone, because Macca loved her so much.


#9

Which song?


#10

He’s a KoRn fan.

(I am too, kinda.)


#11

I’m not, I just listened to that song for…reasons.


#12

#13

If you’ve never heard the name Håkan Hellström… Wow. You have so much to discover. It’s Swedish Morrisey

The lyrics is lost on everyone here, I assume… Look up some of the translations if you like his stuff. Lots of tear jerkers.


#14

One of my best friends died the other day. One of those people that were always loved by everyone. I loved her. I was bad at it, but she never let me go. And now I can’t let her go.


#15

Into the West, Annie Lennox

A couple of months after The Return of the King came out, a boy I’d looked after for about a year died. His mother sang that at his funeral. I can’t hear it without thinking of him.

Poke, Frightened Rabbit

Different reasons :slight_smile:


#16

#17

More for the people that these remind me of than for anything in the songs themselves.


And not actually a song but a piece of music.


#18

Rise by Herb Alpert.
For a couple of reasons…
Mostly because it reminds me of my parents.

Ditto Arthur’s Theme by Christopher Cross

And because I’m a soppy romantic type.

ON AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT NOTE:

This makes me tear up for a whole set of other reasons…

Hot damn.


#19

This is a Dutch song I may have shed a tear over at some point, It is about East and West Berlin and communism and capitalism, all that stuff. De Muur (The Wall) by Klein Orkest.

It’s very poetic,The refrain is:

En alleen de vogels vliegen van Oost- naar West-Berlijn.
Worden niet teruggefloten, ook niet neergeschoten.
Over de muur, over het IJzeren Gordijn,
Omdat ze soms in het westen soms ook in het oosten willen zijn.
Omdat ze soms in het westen soms ook in het oosten willen zijn.

transl.:
And only the birds fly from East to West Berlin
Are not called back, not shot down
Over the Wall, over the Iron Curtain
Because they sometimes want to be in the East, sometimes inthe West.


#20

Paul Anka’s Times of your Life. Reminds me of my daughter and how fast they grow up.