Songs that make you cry!

SgtH

Old-Salt
#1
ok, time to own up.... all you big ruftie-tufties out there.
We've all been 'around a bit', and seen some wierd and wonderful things in some wierd and wonderful places, but......
How often have you been listening to the radio, and a song comes on, and the lyrics reminds you of something/someone/somewhere and make you blub!.... and what was the song?

..... or is it just me.... very in touch with my feminine side??

3 that do it for me!

1. two little boys, by Rolf Harris
2. Comouflage, by Stan Ridgeway
3. Carry me Home(?), by that 'awfully nice' James Blunt

....there ARE more, but 3 will do for now..... YOUR turn now, be honest!!!!
 
#2
SgtH said:
ok, time to own up.... all you big ruftie-tufties out there.
We've all been 'around a bit', and seen some wierd and wonderful things in some wierd and wonderful places, but......
How often have you been listening to the radio, and a song comes on, and the lyrics reminds you of something/someone/somewhere and make you blub!.... and what was the song?

..... or is it just me.... very in touch with my feminine side??

3 that do it for me!

1. two little boys, by Rolf Harris
2. Comouflage, by Stan Ridgeway
3. Carry me Home(?), by that 'awfully nice' James Blunt

....there ARE more, but 3 will do for now..... YOUR turn now, be honest!!!!
!. The good ship lollipop.
2. How much is that doggie in the window?
3. Puff the magic dragon.
4. The green Beret, and
5. Oh. Oh.Oh What a lovely war.

But not in any particular order.
 
#5
Green Fields of France by Eric Bogle

Couple of beers and this has me weeping like a little bitch with a skint knee
 
#6
1) Green fields of France by Eric Bogle
2) Fields of Gold by Eva Cassidy
3) Streets of London by Ralph McTell

Fields of Gold Linky
 
#8
Anything by Boyzone .........mmmmmmm
 
#9
'Honey' by Bobby goldsboro

One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
The angels came
Now all I have is memories of Honey
And I wake up nights and call her name
Now my life's an empty stage
Where Honey lived and Honey played
And love grew up
And a small cloud passes overhead
And cries down on the flower bed
That Honey loved
 
#10
Come to daddy - Aphex Twin...such a gentle song.
 
#11
menacingboots said:
Come to daddy - Aphex Twin...such a gentle song.
Did'nt he do one called "Windowlicker" ? with one bizarre video for it !!!
 
#12
charlotte-the-harlot said:
'Honey' by Bobby goldsboro

One day while I was not at home
While she was there and all alone
The angels came
Now all I have is memories of Honey
And I wake up nights and call her name
Now my life's an empty stage
Where Honey lived and Honey played
And love grew up
And a small cloud passes overhead
And cries down on the flower bed
That Honey loved
Feck me that's my howler too. You weren't at Pontins in Southport when this came out were you ? If so, I may have copped a feel of your titties in the swimming pool. :oops:
 
#13
TTT. Yeah. Another one from Aphex Twin (which caused even Prof Steve Hawking to speak in a tenous robotic voice) was 'Rubber Johnny'. Serious moving, sad and witty music. Check You Tube.
 
#14
Spank-it said:
Feck me that's my howler too. You weren't at Pontins in Southport when this came out were you ? If so, I may have copped a feel of your titties in the swimming pool. :oops:

Oh my Lord....you were my first love ...you broke my heart when you went off with the winner of the most knobbly knees competition!!! you cad! :censored:

Actually this came out in 1968... I was a baby!! you perv!!!
 
#15
#16
alternatively 'Animal Fcuk like a Beast' by W.A.S.P. has such sensitive lyrics...can bring a tear to my eye! Its a very special song for me and my 'special one!'!

I'm on the prowl and i watch you closely
I lie waiting for you
I'm the wolf with the sheepskins clothing
I lick my chops and you're tasting good
I do whatever i want to, to ya
I'll nail your ass to the sheets
A pelvic thrust and the sweat starts to sting ya
I fcuk like a beast

So touching....I'm welling up now!
 
#19
charlotte-the-harlot said:
Spank-it said:
Feck me that's my howler too. You weren't at Pontins in Southport when this came out were you ? If so, I may have copped a feel of your titties in the swimming pool. :oops:

Oh my Lord....you were my first love ...you broke my heart when you went off with the winner of the most knobbly knees competition!!! you cad! :censored:

Actually this came out in 1968... I was a baby!! you perv!!!
So it IS you ? I was three at the time :)

Sorry :oops:
 
#20
Paul Hardcastle - nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nineteen

"none of them received a heros welcome"


Stan Ridgeway - Camouflage

"I was awfully glad to see this big marine"

God, Im welling up thinking about it now :crying:
 

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