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This song brings tears to my eyes.

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LC:
This time of the year, many people share good times with family and friends.

However, for me, this is also a time of sorrow and missing the people I cared for that are no longer here...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTFbGcnl0po&ab_channel=JamesBlunt    James Blunt - Monsters

Cherish what you have, for tomorrow it may change ...

BigBassRob:
damn tear jerker for sure that one!

Drifter:
Not a tear jerker per se but definately a song that forces quiet contemplation whenever I listen to this and also one of the best songs lyric wise that the previous century produced.
Mike and the Mechanics - Living Years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGDA0Hecw1k

My favourite cover version of this track by The Isaacs is also one of my hifi reference/test tracks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDU6IoLj-A8

There is only one song that forces a tear whenever I listen to it, irrespective of my mood and it is this one performed here by Franco Corelli: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eg-59NoES2o&t=4s, one powerful piece of music - I don't think Puccini realised what he created when he penned this aria as part of the conclusion of Turandot - of course he sadly died of throat cancer before he finished Turandot.

zer0:
Top of my list would Those Were The Days by Mary Hopkin https://youtu.be/y3KEhWTnWvE

Then there's Allan Sherman's Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (Camp Grenada). A cheerful song but I had a puppy who used to howl along whenever it was played. Sadly she died before she was a year old and I just can't listen to the song https://youtu.be/er50h8W8vWg

No.3 is Help Me Understand by Hank Williams https://youtu.be/L0w1Qu0o3GU

The Eschatologist:
James Blunt gets a lot of hate but he does have some genuinely good songs

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