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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Sotakoira Musti, Nov 18, 2020.
By Alanis Morissette
I'm surprised no one has posted T.B Sheets.
After 45 years I still get chills during the first bars and become tearful during the climax.
Many, especially these of late...
Ok, sugary, elevator music, yeah, and I’ll leave my blues card at the desk as I see myself out on the last one...
The scene in "Midnight Run" where De Niro meets his daughter after all those years and she's living in a perfect suburban existence with a new dad who's a captain in the police force from which he was booted.
Roy Orbison, Crying.
Lucinda Williams - Are You Allright? (sorry if it's already been posted; +1 if it has!)
First time I heard this, I did get a bit teary eyed....
It’s probably the most recent song I do.
I play it at my solo gig, sometimes.
I'm a fan. Ben Gibbard is a great songwriter. I also like a lot of The Postal Service.
I saw their Austin City Limits taping.
It was eye-opening.
I really enjoyed the songs.
I guess that was about 15 years ago.
The 2 saddest songs ever written.
Seeds and Stems Blues
Mama Hated Diesels
This one tears me up everytime.
Anything by Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, or Florida Georgia Line makes me feel like crying...
Good God! That Jason Isbell! I don't even see how he gets through it on stage.