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what is the most moving/sad song ever?

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I must mention "Stairway To Heaven" by Led Zeppelin too. The first lines of the song sometimes makes me really sad in my special moments, especially live versions.

Agreed¡

for me it would be "Creep", by (creepiest) "Radiohead"

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For me, Tangerine, That's The Way, The Rain Song, Tear In Heaven by Clapton, Bell Bottom Blues by Derek and The Dominos, Fool In The Rain, All My Love, Desperado by The Eagles, 'Cause We've Ended as Lovers by Jeff Beck, You're So Good For Me by Humble Pie, and Rough Boy by ZZ Top, there's probably a few other but those make me particularly emotional.

Edited by LZFord

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They should have called Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits...."just throw the rope over the barn rafters now and if you see me twitchin, it'll probably be just my nerves"........

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VINCENT ~ Don McLean

I can never get a friggen youtube to post....it's there though....teary for sure.

"This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you......"

There!

Edited by Hotplant

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Some moving Songs:

Ten Years Gone - Led Zeppelin

Us And Them - Pink Floyd

You Take My Breath Away - Queen

Expecting To Fly - Buffalo Springfield

Little Green - Joni Mitchell

Reynardine - Faiport Convention

After The Gold Rush - Neil Young

Polly Come Home - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Songbird - Fleetwood Mac

The Grey Havens - Howard Shore

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Any Elton John fans out there? How about "We All Fall in Love Sometimes"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7y_aiGU0DI

I am a true Elton John fan,and I must say he made numerous moving songs,Blue eyes and Somemone saved my life tonight(this song is a genuine masterpiece,Elton at his best) are some of my favourites,and of course Your Song.

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Conway Twitty - I See The Want To In Your Eyes

You've Never Been This Far Before ( Conway Twitty )

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Frank Zappa - Watermelon in Easter Hay.....That brought many a tear at a friends funeral a few years ago.

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I, once upon a time

Carried a burden inside

I sung a last goodbye

A broken rhyme I had underlined

There's an ocean of sorrow in you

A sorrow in me

I saw movement in their eyes

They said I no longer knew the way

I had given up the ghost

A passive mind submit to fear

And the wait for redemption at hand

Waiting to fail

Failing again

If death should take me now

Count my mistakes and let me through

Whisper in my ear

You've taken more than we've received

And the ocean of sorrow is you

Unfortunetaly they edited it a bit, for the full version check Watershed....

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=DnD2maKnVBA

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Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (part 6-9, especially at the end there's such a "hopelessness")

...and something newer: in my opinion "Long Slow Goodbye" by the Queens of the Stone Age is quite a sad song, too

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She - Marianne Faithfull

Nobody Loves You When You're Down and Out - John Lennon

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Clarence Carter - Patches

Never had a song make me cry, but this song is very sad and might come close.. :D

It's too upbeat to make you cry, but if it were slowed down to a very low tempo, I might cry. :D

Edited by austinzeppelin68

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Sorry if this has been posted, this one gets to me every time

Brooks & Dunn - Believe

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I find the more recent version of "Both Sides Now" truly very moving; sung with maturity and experience, and reflection. It strikes me as a totally different song than the original.

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I think this is a better version of the original. You'd expect it from Trent. But not from Mr. Cash.

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For me (depressing songs):

Zep - Ten Years Gone; Tea For One; I'm Gonna Crawl

Pink Floyd - Nobody Home; Two Suns In The Sunset

Fleetwood Mac - Man Of The World

Joan Baez - Diamonds And Rust; Where have all the flowers gone?

Santana - Samba Pa Ti

Harry Belafonte & Nana Mouskouri - September

Leonard Cohen - The Faith

A-Ha - Forever Not Yours

Everything But The Girl - I don't want to talk about it

Blur - No Distance left to run

:stereo:

But I think that the winner is Cohen's "The Faith" :depressed:

Edited by zdr

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The Cure - Pictures of You

Thin Lizzy - Still In Love With You (I'd swear Phil is crying in the version on the "Life, Live" album, but Sykes' solo isn't as heartbreaking as robbo's on "Live And Dangerous"

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