Because Sad Songs, Sad Songs Say So Much..

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Dubversion, Aug 26, 2006.

  1. exosculate

    exosculate a stagger with a beat

    You have awakened my curiousity.
  2. Magic Sam

    Magic Sam more dead than alive

    Bright Eyes- Art Garfunkle (whilst looking at photos of your pets that have since died)
  3. exosculate

    exosculate a stagger with a beat

    Nope - makes me think of BBLB - which makes me cringe.
  4. Funky_monks

    Funky_monks Neo-Rustic

    'A Pair Of Brown Eyes' - The Pogues

    'Hurt' - Johnny Cash

    'Who Knows Where The Time Goes' - Fairport Convention

    and the one most likley to raise a tear:

    'Bring Me a Boat' - Kate Rusby seems its folk that tugs at my heartstings.
  5. hiccup

    hiccup King of the Vagabonds

    dEUS - Right As Rain

    I can't really listen to it any more, it makes me cry.

    Tombstone and the damage done, how beautiful the poetry, how beautiful the prose
    This is where the story ends and this is where it goes
    It just turned into an alibi
    But anyway, this is where the samuel park has fit upon your toes
  6. CharlieAddict

    CharlieAddict nekomimi rocks!!!

    following - chunking
    looking down the bridge - mazzy star
    the other woman - nina simone
    missed - pj harvey
  7. hiccup

    hiccup King of the Vagabonds

    Yeah, mazzy star can get to me too.
  8. Brockway

    Brockway New Member

    Jaures by Jacques Brel, the undisputed King of Melodrama.

    Also Le Moribond (The Dying Man) by Brel which Terry Jacks did an awful version of which became the truly appalling Seasons in the Sun.
  9. madamv

    madamv Oi! With the poodle already

    Beautiful stuff. Reading this prompted me to stick on my Pandora player, and my Jacquel Brel channel, got all my chansons (sp?) on:cool:
  10. Biddlybee

    Biddlybee making knots with sticks

    :( :(
  11. Jeow

    Jeow New Member

    Same as many others here, I'd list Hurt, Reel Around the Fountain and Nothing Compares 2 U (Sinead O'Conner's).

    Thank you for the days - Kirsty MacColl
    The First Tme Ever I Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack
    The Same Boy You've Always Known - The White Stripes
  12. ToHellWeRide

    ToHellWeRide Ka-boom Ka-boom !!

    Typical 'teenage emo shit' for me i'm afraid, well at least a few are, can't say that for Feeder

    Lostprophets-4AM Forever (they are not a boyband can I just point out)
    KT Tunstall-Universe And U
    Feeder-Just The Way I'm Feeling
    Linkin Park-Easier To Run
    No Doubt-Don't Speak
    Pink-Conversations With My 13 Year Old Self
    The Calling-Wherever You Will Go

    And that's about it I believe lol OH and

    Foo Fighters-Everlong

    That song had me in tears when I saw it live.
  13. Julie

    Julie Dance little lady...

    Neil Young - Ohio
  14. kakuma

    kakuma Banned Banned

    was she asking for it? by hole
  15. k_s

    k_s Gave you my jelly roll

    Ah, my favourite song to play at open mic nights when i'm in a foul mood and tanked up on gin and tonics.
  16. Cpatain Rbubish

    Cpatain Rbubish No friends, you don’t exist. You won't be missed.

    Nightporter - Japan, nuff said :(
  17. Reg in slippers

    Reg in slippers Well-Known Member

    i want you - elvis costello

    if you could read my mind - johnny cash
  18. boozybirdie

    boozybirdie New Member

    Scar tissue - The red hot chilli peppers
    The winner takes it all - abba
    and there is one particular song by chicago (can't think of the name) :oops:
  19. blossie33

    blossie33 trailer trash

    Old Shep by Elvis
    Piece of my Heart; Janis Joplin
  20. CharlieAddict

    CharlieAddict nekomimi rocks!!!

    a bit cheesy and overplayed


    jealous guy - john lennon is still up there.
  21. lizzieloo

    lizzieloo Numpty extraordinaire

    Violet by Hole used to make me cry. Angry tears
  22. Culdee

    Culdee With a rumpty-tumpty-tump

    The Green Fields of France - The Fureys is pretty mich the only one to get the tears flowing 100% off the time...
  23. spanglechick

    spanglechick High Empress of Dressing Up

    Ode to billie joe - bobbie gentry (not sinead o'connor)
    Fake plastic trees - radiohead (reminds me of me at my lowest point - very painful)
    Mary - Scissor sisters (cos I no one i didn't share dna with ever loved me that much, till lately)
    Hobart Paving - Saint Etienne (for good reasons, lately)
  24. RubberBuccaneer

    RubberBuccaneer Hedd Wyn

    Spancil Hill
    500 miles - letting people down and not being able to go home because of it.:(

    Love 'll tear us apart - more for associations

    hello -Lionel Ritchie - sam a s above , just been chucked and in bed a lot an dthis was always on - Pavlovian response now

    Many Rivers to cross - associations again :rolleyes:
  25. gloworm

    gloworm Well-Known Member

    thanks dub...i loved them too....have you ever heard mark play?....he has such a fantastic voice. :) :)
  26. longdog

    longdog What is it you can't face?

    Kirsty MacColl: Soho Square.
  27. Julie

    Julie Dance little lady...

    The Killing of Georgie (Part I & II) - Rod Stewart
  28. zenie

    zenie >^^<

    Stevie Wonder - Lately
    Randi Crawford - One day I'll fly away
    Radiohead - Paranoid Android
    The Verve - Drugs Dont work
    Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
    Elton john - I guess thats why the call it the blues
    Pink - Dear Mr President
  29. rewritable

    rewritable byte by byte

    Low - (That's How You Sing) Amazing Grace
  30. thestraightman

    thestraightman Hand to mouth to Jaksie

    love hurts my gram parsons and emmylou harris is worth a squirt

    which leads to every grain of sand by emmylou on the wrecking ball album

    estranged by guns and roses(this is actually about slash and axls breakup, although axl dunt no it;) )

    nothing compares to u by bald mad freaks not bad either.

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