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Songs That Are Almost Too Emotional

Those songs that you can only listen to once in a while because they damn near make you cry... or just straight make you cry.
1Tool
Lateralus


"Lateralus"... this song is so powerful lyrically I get choked up nearly everytime I listen to it. It's so uplifting, yet saddening. The lyrics in the second half of the song are sometimes just too emotional for me to listen to, especially with the sentimental value this album as a whole has for me.
2Porcupine Tree
In Absentia


"Collapse the Light Into Earth" uses the analogy of a sunset and a break up to connect to just the overall meaning of something coming to an end. When looked at in the context of the album's concept it isn't as powerful, but when I look at it as it relates to myself, it's heartbreaking.
3From Indian Lakes
The Man With Wooden Legs


"We Thought Your Hearts Were Beating" This song can be interpreted in a lot of ways but it's another one that is uplifting and absolutely depressing at the same time. The singer's style of singing just adds to the emotion.
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