What song brings a little tear to your eyes when you hear it played,??

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    ...maybe not to my eyes... but to his ... (sniffle..wimp)


    That little guy is going to be a wonderfully sensitive man some day.

    Jackson is adorableness wrapped up in a 5 year old suit.... he's empathic! (I actually cried...but only 'cause he made me...) (sniffle... pass the tissues please Bobby!)

    Sorry, I've used them all. The answers here are all so touching! Who'd uh thunk this bunch was so sentimental :)


                   Harry Chapin



    I'm crying and all I saw was the TITLE of the song.

    I Always thought Harry Champion ,was an old time Scottish singer,who had a crooked walking stick,
    country bumpkin

    It's a tear jerker for the people who grew up having or knowing a father as described in this song.
    country bumpkin

    Boiled Beef and Carrots Dennis.

    Are thier you go theres a song with real meaning,

    I listen to this even now, with tears, and wonder if I was "there" enough for my children. Right now, I am thinking of my son, working 10 hr days, getting home to say goodnight to my 2 yr. old granddaughter. He is always sad to think that he doesn't see her but weekends! They are expecting their little boy in Sept. Yaaa...

    I will beat myself up forever, and that's ridiculous. I hope your son has good time with his daughter, and that his time will free up for family soon.
    country bumpkin

    I know what you mean Ray. This song reminds me of my son and his father. My cousin has three kids ages 11, 8 and 2. He's a directional driller and hardly sees his children. He's coming home today after being away for 32 days straight.

    A Train By Ed Sheenn.....

    Theme song to M*A*S*H


    T/U ,Witchway,

    Me, too! Not the one first on my mind, but definitely gives me a lump in my throat.

    I Like Hunny sung by Bobby Goldbrough

    There are four that always move me to tears. 
    1. Christ the Lord is Risen Today  (sung specifically on Easter Sunday) 

    2. Forever Young, a Rod Stewart song   

    3. What a Wonderful World, sung by Louis Armstrong:   

    4. Somewhere Over The Rainbow/Wonderful World, by Izzi:   


    A nice choice Bob,
    country bumpkin

    He Could Have Called Ten Thousand Angels made me snotters every time we sang this during church.

    My kids' preschool teacher couldn't make it through the first verse of Amazing Grace.

    This one does it to me all the time.


    A Great song Digger,i downloaded it,i also like his Time to say goodbye,
    country bumpkin

    My mother likes him and Luciano Pavarotti too.
    Very nice song Digger.

    Eric Clapton - Tears in Heaven


    When you know why he wrote it, even more sad!         they used to play this song on Qantas when it was about  10 minutes from landing back in Aussie,,,,,,,,it is really good for me ,because my biggest fear when travelling overseas, is dying outside of my country,,silly but very real.....................................................................................................................                             ....       sorry guys , but a second one that means the same,,


    A great song Terry,somthing to be proud of,and the second very good Graphics,
    terryfossil 1

    nice of you to say so Hec,,,,,,,stay well

    TU+TU+TU Terry.The best! It does it for me too.
    Funny thing.I was only talking about Pete Allen to my daughter yesterday.Telling her what a great performer he was.
    terryfossil 1 .... Have a look at this one Tommyh,,let me know what you think,,,check out why Beccy Cole wrote the song

    That brought back sad memories for me Terry.Lovely song.Good artist.
    terryfossil 1

    sorry tommyh,,i seen it as more of a song of someone standing up for our boy's..............I am sorry if it saddened you...

    Thanks Terry, it does bring a tear, I am thinking of my recent loss of my Aussie mom-in-law, passed in Sept. We went to grave yesterday, I poured a beer over her grave in her honor, she loved her beer... She loved Australia, and this song by Peter Allen. Thanks again, Mate...
    terryfossil 1

    if she came from Queensland Bustie She would have liked it if you poured Fourex over her grave mate.............always nice talking mate  It reminds me of my son. He's growing so fast.


    That is a new song for me; thank you for sharing. John Denver is an all time favorite of mine, and now there is another song to enjoy.

    When ever I hear a new student of violin or accordion practicing, I don't care what tune they are playing, it brings a tear to my eyes.


    Must be heart rendering,Vinny,

    More like ear shattering...
    country bumpkin

    I remember when my son started playing the Violin in the 5th grade it was torture. :)

    "Nero fiddled while Rome burned." Do you know if he was a new student at the time, practicing?

    Clonge: I'm not totally certain of Nero's music credentials, but if he just sat there for six days and seven nights playing the violin while Rome burned, he probably did have something to do with it. Personally, I would have loaded my chariot and got the hell outta dodge!

    100 years to live. i heard it in a store last week and it brought tears to my eyes. i love that song & it touches my heart.

         No Charge


    Now our little boy came up to his mum in the kitchen this evenin' 
    While she was fixin' supper 
    And he handed her a piece of paper he'd been writin' on 
    And after wipin' her hands on her apron 
    She read it - and this is what it said 
    For mowin' the lawn - five dollars 
    For makin' my own bed this week - one dollar 
    And for goin' to the store - fifty cents 
    An' playin' with little brother, while you went shoppin' - twenty-five cents 
    Takin' out the trash - one dollar 
    Gettin' a good report card - five dollars 
    And for rakin' the yard - two dollars 
    Total owed - fourteen seventy-five 
    Well, as mum looked at him standin' there expectantly 
    And I could see the mem'ries flashing through her mind 
    And so she picked up the pen, and turnin' the paper over 
    This is what she wrote 
    For the nine months I carried you 
    Growin' inside me - No charge 
    For the nights I've sat up with you 
    Doctored you, and prayed for you - No charge 
    For the time and the tears 
    That you've cost through the years, there's No charge 
    And when you add it all up 
    The full cost of my love is No charge 
    For the nights filled with dread 
    And all the worries ahead - No charge 
    For advice and the knowledge 
    And the cost of your college - No charge 
    For the toys, food and clothes and even for wipin' your nose 
    There's No charge, son 
    And when you add it all up 
    The full cost of my love, is - No charge 
    Well, when he finished readin' 
    He had great big old tears in his eyes 
    And he looked up at her standing there and said 
    Mama, I sure do love you 
    Then he took the pen, 
    And in great big letters 
    He wrote PAID IN FULL 
    Lord knows when you add it all up 
    The cost of real love is - No charge




    That was a little tear jerker,Pythy,Wish my Mum was still around to thank her for all that i had forgot to at the time,and Dad of course,

    Que Sera, Sera.....................whatever will be,  will be............


    A Doris Day one huh,
    country bumpkin

    Isn't this one of your favorite songs Dennis?

    ... when I was just a little pup I asked my mother, what will I be|?
    ... will I be Poodle or Pekenese? Here's what she said to me
    country bumpkin

    Hahaha...cute Lindilou. I had two Pekenese and they were the so sweet.

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