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Author: Subject: Things that make you Cry

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 12:39 AM
I was out surfing the net when I came across something from my youth. This was sung by Ernie on ataped episode of Sesame Street I grew up with:

Well, I'd like to visit the moon
On a rocket ship high in the air
Yes, I'd like to visit the moon
But I don't think I'd like to live there
Though I'd like to look down at the earth from above
I would miss all the places and people I love
So although I might like it for one afternoon
I don't want to live on the moon

I'd like to travel under the sea
I could meet all the fish everywhere
Yes, I'd travel under the sea
But I don't think I'd like to live there
I might stay for a day there if I had my wish
But there's not much to do when your friends are all fish
And an oyster and clam aren't real family
So I don't want to live in the sea

I'd like to visit the jungle, hear the lions roar
Go back in time and meet a dinosaur
There's so many strange places I'd like to be
But none of them permanently

So if I should visit the moon
Well, I'll dance on a moonbeam and then
I will make a wish on a star
And I'll wish I was home once again
Though I'd like to look down at the earth from above
I would miss all the places and people I love
So although I may go I'll be coming home soon
'Cause I don't want to live on the moon
No, I don't want to live on the moon


This made me sob like a baby. I'm still crying as I type this.

Just wondering, does anybody else have anything hopelessly romantic that makes them cry that they'd like to share?

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 01:10 AM
"It's not rocket science, it's a simple question. Do you wanna go to mars with a dead man and a sandwich?!" ~harry carrey

Yeah, there are...I'm such a sap to admit it too. "Hit song" by peter murphy makes me BAWL....
and I can barely hold it together after hearing Louis Armstrong's "what a wonderful world". I don't know what it is about those songs, but I turn into a friggin baby when I hear them. They're just so GOOD and so SAD and so HAPPY and...I dunno...

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 10:41 AM
Guess it's just you and me sitting on the couch witha box of kleenex and the Louis Armstrong CD's, Bettie.

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 10:48 AM
for soem reason the ending of the 6th sence always makes me water up. LOL.

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 11:29 AM
i dont know, maybe its just the "mom" in me, but i get extremely emotional when i see children in danger in movies, when parents die and leave their children, and **rolling eyes at myself** even when pets get hit by cars.

eesh ... i make myself sick.

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 08:40 PM
Louis Armstrong and Billie Holliday...you bring the tissues and I"ll bring the booze.
*sniff*

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 11:00 PM
I get very teary-eyed with the song "Fall with your knife" by Peter Murphy...and the song "Time passages" by Al Stewart.....and when I read or see stories about animals being reunited with their owners or rescued or doing the rescues.....*reaches for the tissues just thinking about some of that stuff*....

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 11:10 PM
November Rain by Guns and Roses. Not that it makes me cry, but it makes me remember things from my past. Plus i was born a Wendsdays child in November.

 

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  posted on 27/10/2002 at 11:55 PM
Oh god november rain...I'm a fucking GNR MANIAC. That song has a lot of memories for me too....about 8 years old, just got done with my sister's new crimper *yay* trying to play it on my mom's friggin electric keyboard/organ thing...rather unsuccesfully mind you.
You know axel wrote that song to keep his girlfriend from dumping him...it worked, temporarily

That song by johnny cash...the "I was born in the soul of misery, I've had my fill.."...it doesn't make me cry perse, but it just makes me feel..uh...just sort of desperate and cold. I love that song, I just hate how it makes me feel. Too many imaginary tied in emotions and thoughts and feelings...not sad..just desolate.

You know what song ALWAYS sends me wailing, even if I'm driving...like I have to turn the station or hit to the next song on the cd when it comes up or I'm DONE...
"Somebody" by Depeche Mode.
"tho things like this/make you sick/in times like this/I'll get away with it"
For some reason that song just breaks me into two little bleary puddles...it's such a LONELY song, not depressing, but achingly lonely and wanting and sad, even if it's supposed to be a love song. I think it's right there with "what a wonderful world", even if only a step behind. I cry without fail to BOTH of those songs.

And starlight, on one of the more recent Peter albums, Recall, the very last track, the one with no music, just him singing....my god. If "I'll fall" makes you cry, this one will ruin you. "this message will endure it strong, this journey's one way ticket long"
*bawls, runs and locks self in the bathroom*

Even if a song makes you cry, it can still be your favorite,,,sometimes you cry because it makes you remember great wonderful things, sometimes because it makes you remember sad, lonley, and worse times...and sometimes it just hits you in such a way the only way you CAN express the feeling it gives you is simply tears.

This is one damned fine forum comedian.

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 12:50 AM
Oh man, when I watch (sometimes just listen to) "The Wall" it makes my eyes water.

That and I have a special connection to "Here Comes the Rain Again" by the Eurythmics.

"Take on Mee" by Aha brings back memories but not the kind that make mee sob.

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 01:29 AM
Lisa Gerrard's first solo album... Mozart's Requiem... Cure's Picture Of You... Faith And The Muse live... A-ha's Hunting High And Low... Clan Of Xymox' Backdoor... Kate Bush' Wuthering Heights... Well, any sad song when I have a hangover, really!

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 04:58 AM
I'm another one that always cries when the animals in films get hurt... like in Black Beauty... God, I cried my heart out at that film. And reading 'Call of the Wild' when they're mean to the dog, and, when I was eight, the book 'Hurry Home Candy' both used to send me into a little sobbing ball. *sniff*
 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 05:00 AM
Oops, ^ That was me, I swear I signed in!

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 05:37 AM
Shit yes, I remember having serious Cleenex-issues when I read Lassie aaages ago... And I still get way too sentimental when Nicodemus dies in The Secret Of Nimh - or whatever it's called in English!

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 03:41 PM
Books are another crying point for me.

When I last read Siddhartha I had to work hard to hold back the tears at the end of the book. I finished the book in one sitting, and then read it again, and I didn't crack but I came damn close to crying.

The other book that was a real tearjerker for me-- and I'm almost ashamaed to admit it-- "Of Mice and Men." A lot of people laugh at me for crying at the end of that book, but it just struck some chord in me.

As for movies, I've cried at only a few. I cried at "Shawshank Redemption." I cried during "I am Sam." I cried during "Shall We Dance." I also cried during "Amadeus."

But songs, man, can they make you die. Die and come alive a few verses later and die again with the refrain-- some songs you can just sit and sing along to and feel some part of yourself touching another. I may not seem like it, but I cannot sing Amazing Grace or Swing Low, Sweet Chariot without bursting into tears. Something about that root heart of gospel music just hits me in the stomach and drops me to my knees like a Mace high.

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 10:31 PM
I don't think I've ever cried quite so long ...in an all-consuming sobbing manner...with a movie as much as I did with Titanic-the motion picture....omg I was sobbing in the theatre bathroom for at least fifteen minutes and so was everyone else in there....I can still cry when I play the cd from the movie...

 

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  posted on 28/10/2002 at 11:29 PM
Oh jesus i saw that movie...but I was trapped on the couch with the flu and my MOM had the remote *groan*
I didn't get it. Probably because I knew how it was going to end. THere is only ONE possible ending to it...the boat sinks. I should start my own psychic hotline *grin*
The ONLY part that got me a little TINY bit sniffly was the old couple on the bed just laying holding each other as the water got deeper, and that's ONLY because I got this thing for little old people. I luv 'em, I adore 'em, and it REALLY bothers me to see old people hurt/in danger/dead.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not demeaning you because you like it at all....it's just there was this girl that ran the radio in the lunchroom in the morning and she would literally play that goddamned celine dion song for the ENTIRE 45 MIN over and over and over and over and over....*screams and pulls out hair*
We all got our weak spots don't we? *grin* I guess I'm just not girly enough...michael says I'm "butch" *snicker*
If it makes you feel better I cried at "gone with the wind". THERE I ADMIT IT I ADMIT IT ALL AND YES SCARLETT I DO GIVE A DAMN!!!

 

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  posted on 29/10/2002 at 03:53 AM
Oh Goddess, yeah. I never cried at Titanic, the bit where Jack died didn't really bother me, but the old people in bed waiting for the water to rise and the mother telling her kids the story about the lad of nod, that made my stomach go wobbly.

Actually I'm the same for songs like Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Something about them does the wobbly thing to my stomach as well and makes me want to cry. I haven't a *clue* why!

 

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  posted on 29/10/2002 at 09:11 AM
A couple things I wanted to add on that I just remembered-- I cried during Lady and the Tramp. Oh yeah. I had to leave the room and cry.

I few Clint Eastwood movies i have sniffled at-- Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, and The Outlaw Josie Wales. Those scenes where he puts the cigar in the dead kid's mouth always sent me to the little girl's room.*hah*

The Green Mile. Oh yeah.


And I do cry during quite a few Ray Charles songs.


And thanks Bettie, every now and then I try.

 

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  posted on 29/10/2002 at 04:34 PM
I would have to agree GNR gets me all misty eyed.............

November Rain
Estranged
Don't Cry
Knockin on Heavens Door

I also cry when I watch certain movies................

Beauty and the Beast (always gets me everytime)
Legends of the Fall (he had the worst fucking luck!)
The Green Mile

and I am sure plenty more, anything where animals die makes me cry like a little baby!

 
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