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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Pixie-Bob, Oct 10, 2019.
South Tacoma Way by Neko Case
Red Army Blues by The Waterboys
Billy Austin by Steve Earle
Closing scene of West Side Story: Leonard Bernstein’s score with Natalie Wood’s portrayal reduces me to tears.
Probably this is one of the saddest to me, wonderful song though.
Seasons in the sun by Terry Jacks
Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton.
This one gets me every time.
Patterson Hood: "'Two Daughters And A Beautiful Wife' is about a horrible tragedy, a family we knew who were murdered in their home on New Year's Day. That was one of the first I wrote for this record, trying to make sense of something there's no making sense of."
Here's the back story: https://www.salon.com/2015/07/05/an...f_the_harvey_family_and_the_song_it_inspired/
For me it would have to be When I get Where I am Going by Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton and the other is The Hand That Rocks the Cradle by Glen Campbell and Steve Wariner. Whenever I hear either of those songs it brings memories of my mother and dad who have both left for a better place.
Last Game of the Season, David Geddes
OMG !!! The mere mention of this song has made me verklempt !
or the vocal version if you prefer. For me, the results are the same with either.
You guys aren't even trying. Surely it has to be this...
You Don’t Know Lonely Til it’s Chiseled in Stone...Vern Gosdin
Simon and Garfunkel - "Bookends"
Maybe 'cause it has become THE funeral song, but seeing Vince almost lose it on his own song just hits hard. Patty Loveless pretty much carries him through that verse. Didn't affect his guitar playing though
+1. So many Chains songs get to me. Layne is so good at allowing the listener inside. So good that it can be unsettling.
The Verve - The Drugs don't work
Riding with Private Malone by David Ball. I’m not sure if its meant to be sad but it is to me. Instant tear jerker.
Deserves at least a mention.
Vince Gill---A world Without Haggard.