Which record reduces you to tears

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    We've had all the record questions

    Which record reduces you to tears

    not because it was crap

    But the words and structure of them

    Mine is cats in the cradle

    Was on a team bonding course in Brighton without a choice of no :Eeek:
    Every employee had to attend
    This record was played we had just been nearly indoctrinated in my opinion

    This was the week beckham kicked another player in a footy match
    1996 I think

    Anyway here is the song what was is yours

    Remember not bad songs but ones that reduce you to tears
    [ame]http://youtu.be/KUwjNBjqR-c[/ame]


    :Eeek::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Every time elaine plays donavans tin soldier thats it hankys out
     
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    not sure about reduced to tears, but...:Blush:

    Bring him home.... Les Misserables :cry:

    pref by Hugh Jackman
     
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    'Scarlet' by The Adventures

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-4hQvw3X-c"]The Adventures - Scarlet (1990) - YouTube[/ame]

    :tears:
     
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    Radio playing somewhere "Some where over the rainbow " Judy Garland

    Still end up a soggy heap in the corner hearing any version of that song!
    In tears now, just remembering
     
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    Dance With My Father by Luther Vandross and The Living Years by Paul Carrick because they both invoke memories of my parents.
     
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    Because it reminds me of my grandad, the most special person I have ever known
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    I loved him completely, he cared for me when I was little and I cared for him until his last day.
     
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    Song

    October by U2 not tears but great great song.
     
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    Bright Eyes by Art Garunkel because it always reminds me of Sharif, my beautiful saluki dog, who died 30 years ago. I will never forget him.

    [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a502RejLz8s"]Bright Eyes - Art Garfunkel - YouTube[/ame]
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    Once, twice, three times a lady. The Commodores.
    This was at number one when my mum collapsed, and died in my arms, at my house.
    She was 59, I was 28.
    I cannot listen to that playing at all.

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    Not sure how to do the link ( tears aren't helping either ! ) but the theme tune from The Virginian just takes me back to watching it on an old black and white tv with my Dad. Played it at his funeral and I wasn't the only one blubbing :Smile:
    [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S423KrdanTM"]The Virginian TV Theme - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    ' I will always love you' the Dolly Parton version. :cry:
     
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    one of my mothers favourite's we played it as the curtains drew at the crem, :cry::cry:
    makes me cry still today, reminds me so much of her and my father

    ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK
    "The Last Waltz",
     
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