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'Red Moon' by The Walkmen.
After a couple of gins it never fails to get blubbering. Beautiful.
Just a very pretty song and I was pissed and emotional. Pussy
or Play Dead, I'm not sure, I was drunk, but her voice tears me to shreds.
By Macca and Wings got my mate tonight. Caught him off guard. His moms fave song. A Tune indeed.
I heard this AFTER euro 96 when I was in the car with my dad. Made me think of the Germany penalty shootout and I cried. Dammit Southgate.
by Aereogramme, one of the last times I saw them.
to Kentucky Avenue by Tom Waits last night.
For an elitist private student of songwriting, it is hard not to burst into tears at its perfection in emotional resonance. It is just an unfaultable nostaligic song about childhood, and the sadness at growing old.
NB. May also cause tears in people with real emotions.
It always gets me crying. It was only a few hours ago. It's so beautiful.
i get much pleasure in making fun of people who would cry over something that they're "supposed" to like, like Kid A
I don't think I'm supposed to like it at all, I'm just a bit of a sap. Radiohead are my favourite band and Kid A is one of my favourite songs.
I am only teasing
I adore Radiohead. I've seen them many times in concert
and Kid A is their best album, it does make me emotional as well
sorry for teasing
Just the way he sings it is excellent.
I don't know whether to feel lame...probably will in a minute. I've had enough drinks for it to be permitted though. Maybe.
at "The Moon" by The Microphones. It'll get me someday, I know it.
Doesn't actually make me cry, but it is a beautiful song
The Only Living Boy In New York by Simon and Garfunkel
Staying Alive/A Gentleman Caller by Cursive (it's the "the worst is over bit)
slint - good morning captain (live in london in 2005?)
neurosis - stones from the sky...again live in london years ago