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Kentish

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What to you is the saddest song you have heard?

I nominate - Luther Vandross; Dance with my Father.

Maybe not the saddest I've ever heard but tugs at the old heart if you have ever lost a parent cry

HowMuchLonger

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73 months

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Not necessarily sad, but definitely melancolic; anything by Anthony and the Johnsons.

doogz

22,254 posts

67 months

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Something Corporate - Konstantine.

Not the saddest, but pretty sad.

johnvthe2nd

1,141 posts

77 months

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'Our Town' Iris DeMent

NeMiSiS

4,275 posts

55 months

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Dancing Queen by Abba.
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broken biscuit

1,573 posts

81 months

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Changes by Black Sabbath - the original, not the stupid Ozzy / Kelly rubbish

HowMuchLonger

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NeMiSiS said:
Dancing Queen by Abba.
Just sad to like it.

No offence meant.

Kentish

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NeMiSiS said:
Dancing Queen by Abba.
Really?

Too much Mama Mia? wink

pacman1

7,230 posts

73 months

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NeMiSiS said:
Dancing Queen by Abba.
snigger

The Lukas

2,770 posts

74 months

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Sigur Ros do some pretty sad stuff.

Dibble

7,902 posts

120 months

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Not a song, I realise, and perhaps slightly clichéd, but Barber's "Adagio for Strings" gets me every time.

After 9/11, the BBC proms changed the "Last Night" programme, and Adagio for Strings was on of the pieces played. The conductor was an American guy, Leonard Slatkin. If you want to see barely restrained emotion, have a look at his face at the end of the piece, from about 9'45" in the YouTube clip.

Easy_Targa

297 posts

74 months

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Listen to Lisa Gerard, especially "Sacrifice".
My kids call her the "whale woman" but I love a miserable song.

Cock Womble 7

29,908 posts

110 months

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"Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.

Fort Jefferson

7,418 posts

102 months

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Ludovico Einaudi's, Fuori Dal Mondo.

YarisSi

1,480 posts

124 months

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Two Little Boys or Nothing Compares 2 U

Alfachick

1,608 posts

77 months

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Neil Young, Old Man.
I think that's the title of the song anyway. Its such a good song but it makes me sad frown

miniman

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142 months

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Cock Womble 7 said:
"Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.
I suppose "sad" can, in some cases, mean "nauseating whiny drivel"?

doogz

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miniman said:
Cock Womble 7 said:
"Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.
I suppose "sad" can, in some cases, mean "nauseating whiny drivel"?
I thought that about the Sinead O'Connor suggestion. I could slap her baldy head for hours before i got fed up.

Lefty

13,241 posts

82 months

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In the living years.

Mike and the Mechanics?

al1991

4,352 posts

60 months

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Cock Womble 7 said:
"Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.
Agreed.

I seem to have some sort of bizarre masochistic obsession with listening to songs that make me feel sad!

Edited by al1991 on Friday 21st January 15:41

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