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  1. #11
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    Without Her -- Harry Nilsson
    You Would Have Loved This --Tarja
    Un bel di, from Puccini's Butterfly, Victoria de los Angeles
    This is All I Ask -- doesn't matter who sings it, gets me every time
    the theme from Beaches, Bette Midler
    Bill, from Showboat -- Helen Morgan
    last two acts of La Boheme -- I'm a wreck.
    the last aria of Britten's Peter Grimes -- Jon Vickers -- and then Jerome Hines says, Sink the boat, Peter. Sink it.
    there are lots of others in the opera and musical world, too many to name, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mischa View Post
    I may be showing my age here but I get emotional when listening to...
    . . .

    "Everybody Hurts" - R.E.M.
    I was feeling a little old too. "Everybody Hurts" is a cryfest for me. So many memories of my angsty teenage years.

    A few others:
    "Unchained Melody" - The Righteous Brothers
    "Casimir Pulaski Day" - Sufjan Stevens
    "Worlds Apart" - Jars of Clay
    "Hallelujah" - k.d. lang
    "Lightning Crashes" - Live
    "These Are the Days of Our Lives" - Queen (personal reasons)
    "A Better Way" - Downhere
    When I'm particularly emotional, "Come What May" from Moulin Rouge will make me cry. Gosh, I'm such a sap.

    And a couple of my cheesy German songs that bring back memories:
    "Ohne Dich" - Münchner Freiheit (so embarrassing)
    "Über die Wolken" - Reinhart Mey
    "Ich kenne nichts (das so schön ist wie Du)" - RZA with Xavier Naidoo
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    The only song that makes me cry pretty much every time is Elton John's 'Candle in the Wind'- the version he wrote for Diana, Princess of Wales after she died. The meaning behind every word, and given the situation, her tragic death and short, troubled life that should have gone on so much longer full of the happiness she deserved...

    There are soundtracks and songs from movies that make me cry because of what happened in the movie- Liesl and Maria's reprise of 'Sixteen Going on Seventeen' in The Sound of Music (and a lot of songs from that movie actually), the Gone With the Wind soundtrack, Moon River at the end of Breakfast at Tiffany's...

    @Maggie- I love Andy Williams' version of Unchained Melody, my favourite version probably because it's the one I've heard the most. I listen to a lot of older music; my mum and I actually like a lot of the same stuff, haha.
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    I cried at Taylor Swift's 'Never Grow Up' and 'Brought Up That Way', although, I probably shouldn't have listened to them one after another. And believe it or not I don't actually like Taylor Swift (music wise). Silhouette by Owl City (LOVE Owl City) is very emotional as well, but it's a beautiful song. But I don't cry much at songs, unless I'm feeling particularly rubbish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonfireazalea View Post
    @Maggie- I love Andy Williams' version of Unchained Melody, my favourite version probably because it's the one I've heard the most. I listen to a lot of older music; my mum and I actually like a lot of the same stuff, haha.
    I love oldies! I grew up listen to a lot of oldies radio while riding in my dad's car. I'm also a big fan of old swing music and French chanson style.
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