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Songs that make you cry :'(
5 February 2012
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mother by john lennon is the song which makes me maaad. I've listened to it after watching nowhere boy for the first time and something'd broken in me. those bells scares me… creppy they are. once when I was hanging around with my friends someone put THE song on and I couldn't get back to my normal state for about an hour. it's a shock mixed with a fear and depression stuff. I have a big respect to this song – it always makes me think how grateful should I be for everything which's around me – my familia. I've never listen to it while I'm  going to school or doing anything ordinary. it's a special song for a special moments. I treat it with a right respect, having a light in back of the head which remainds the tale of it.

other is dear friend by paul and o children by nick cave. there're also the stories connected to them but I'll write them maybe next time.

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6 February 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 It happens to me sometimes with that one.. or with God. John was showing his soul. a-hard-days-night-john-7

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
6 February 2012
8.47am
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Every time I hear either Mother Nature's Son (Take 2) or any song that you can hear either John having a good time or a nice peaceful acoustic song with John's vocals.heart

"Time wounds all heels." -John Lennon
6 February 2012
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Mother Nature's Son (take 2) is Paul on vocal and guitar.

 

Agree on God. More used to it now but on the first few times it was quite the experience. The music coming to a crashing stop on 'I dont believe in Beatles' and moving into John explaining where he now was and the dream being over. Can still here a million fans hearing that in disbelief and shock and dread (even if that didnt happen).

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
6 February 2012
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BornInThe80s
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I think Let It Be is the only Beatles song that made me actually cry and that's because it came on at the right time, twice in my life so far.

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7 February 2012
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meanmistermustard said:

Mother Nature's Son (take 2) is Paul on vocal and guitar.

 

 

Why did you say this? I knew that, I never said John was singing, I said Mother Nature's Son (Take 2) OR a peaceful John song.

"Time wounds all heels." -John Lennon
7 February 2012
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Apologies, it was the way i read the post – my bad.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
7 February 2012
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Ah, I understand.

"Time wounds all heels." -John Lennon
7 February 2012
7.02pm
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I agree, cool story. Mother gives me the creeps. It's so intense and personal, and the bells, and the screaming…first time I heard it, I was literally shaking.

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5 April 2012
6.34pm
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6 April 2012
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Across The Universe! Lennon's vocals are so clear, and the lyrics are so profound; they really make one think. I cry EVERY time I hear that, same with Oh Yoko! because I miss John SO much. When I watch A Hard Day's Night or see happy pictures of John or George, I have to remind myself, "Oh, they're dead" paul-mccartney

6 April 2012
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8NOOOO! Don't remind yourself they're dead! Think about their life rather than their death. Think of them as the beautiful people they are and love them… I try not to think of them as dead… but right now it's hitting in after listening to "How Do You Sleep?" "Dear Friend" "Here Today" and "My Old Friend" a-hard-days-night-paul-10 Don't hurt yourself too hard by thinking they're dead… be happy! apple01

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6 April 2012
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That is one strong list of reality inducing songs. Not surprising it brings home George and John's loss to you.

The first few listenings of Here Today hit me, still does at times. Paul is very honest and upfront in how he feels and it results in one of his best songs ever. A very fitting tribute to John. And once again George Martins score is not overly burdensome.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
6 April 2012
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You put it perfectly. It also makes me think about all the good times they had together, and how much Paul misses John… it's so sweet… a-hard-days-night-paul-2a-hard-days-night-john-7

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7 April 2012
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I have shed tears while watching Youtube videos of pictures of Paul and John having fun with Here Today playing in the background. God, Free As A Bird and Real Love have also made me well up a little. The Long And Winding Road has brought a lump to my throat before, and Dear Friend makes me feel sad in a sort of desolate, bitter way, especially the demo version where you can hear Linda and the children playing and talking in the background.

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8 April 2012
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Before I became a Beatles Fan, I never cried to any song. I remember, the first Beatles song I cried for, was "You Never Give Me Your Money", when Paul sings "One sweet dream came true today", 'cause I just thought about being at the Abbey Road Studios and all that… Then I cried to "All You Need Is Love", when I watched the "All Together Now" documentary about the making of the "Love" show. One day I cried while listening to "Let it Be", 'cause I thought about how it would be when my dad would die, and I just adore him. I also cried when I listened to "All Things Must Pass" (the Beatles version), 'cause the lyrics are so beautiful, and George sings it just wonderfully. There are so many other Beatles songs I cried to, like "Junk", "Golden Slumbers", "Something" (especially when Paul played it at the two concerts I went), "It's All Too Much" (the lyrics are gorgeous), "A Day In The Life" (just so mind-blowing) and some others. There are also some songs from the Beatles' solo career that make me cry, like "Mother", "Jealous Guy", "What is Life", "Love", "Oh My Love", "How?", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Here Today", "Dear Friend", "Love in Song", "So Bad" and also "Beautiful Boy". I will stop my list, or it will go on for ever…

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19 April 2012
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I cried my eyes out when I heard "Real Love" with all of those photos of John with it :( heart Its just so good and sad at the same time!

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19 April 2012
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BornInThe80s
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Let It Be is the only song that made me cry. I'd just made a decision to move back to Mississippi and the song came on as I crossed the Mississippi River into the state. It was perfect timing and the tears just started to roll.

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20 April 2012
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Same here, Starisson McLennon a-hard-days-night-george-10. Across The Universe makes me cry along with any other John song, such as Oh Yoko!

16 May 2014
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Beatleva
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When I first listened to For No Oneit did nothing with me. As so many other Beatle songs, I only started liking them after I have listened to them a few times.

Then I listened to For No One again, just so beautiful, I just kept on hitting the replay button and yes I was in a complete shock, and indeed I did shed a few (well not really a few) tears.

And I was watching it with this video, which just makes it even more emotional: 

 

 

Edit: I completely forgot about Hey Jude, that song also does the trick… 

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