What Song Brings A tear to your eye (fan, movies, videos)
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You Got a Friend, by James Taylor - I think of my best friend and everything that she has done for me, I worry about her every day cause I know that breast cancer runs in her family (her mother died of it @ the age of 38, my besst friend is 35) and I would just be DEVISTATED if something happened to her. She has shown more love to me than my own mother and father has!
Bridge Over Troubled Waters - This reminds me of when I was five (1978) and my father was going to work I watched him leave and this song was on the radio. I balled my eyes out cause I wanted me daddy home (my father was hardly home because he worked so much at his business and I was "daddy's girl" back then).
Baby Mine - makes me remember the day when my mother was so loving to me before she became a "full time drunk" (in '88).
Jealous Guy by John Lennon - Okay do you all remember "Look Who's Talking Too"? WEll there was a scene in that movie where as Mikey the older brother is over at his little sister's crib watching her sleep and he says that he will protect her or something like that. The song in the back ground was Jealous Guy and that scene reminds me of my own older brother and how he always tried to protect me when I was younger. So sometimes I get a tears in my eyes when I hear that song remembering those days how my older brother would protect me.
I'm a real hard azz and little can make me bring a tear to notice but this song is one I can't get through. This is the other red head in my life. My feelings for Reba run deep down and go way back. One rainy night after a concert in San Diego in 1991 she decided to stay behind for another night while her entire band and crew got into the private plane which crashed just 10 miles from the airport killing everyone.
She disapeared from the spotlight for a full year and upon returning made this beautiful sad song in memory of all her friends who died. She also made a guest appearance at a Garth Brooks rodeo concert and did this song in memory of all the victims of the Oklahoma bombing. She was born nearby.
"Kentucky Rain" by Elvis Presley (Gets me each time I hear it!)
"100 Years" by Five For Fighting (This chokes me up, too!)
"The Dance" by Garth Brooks (How true!)
"End of the Innocence" by Don Henley
"It Doesn't Matter" by Alison Krauss and Union Station
Last edited by educator1953; 12-07-2009 at 06:30 AM..
I don't cry at movies, but when it comes to music I guess I'm bordering on "fem." Anyway
Hold on by Sarah McLachlan (The Freedom Sessions version) Gold Dust by Tori Amos A Boy and His Frog by "filker" Tom Smith (It doesn't effect me like it does my sister, but sometimes it can come close)
Probably many others, my mind is just blanking. Although there are some renditions of Farther Along, the Southern Gospel song, that can make me tear up a bit.
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