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Tear Jerking Jams
Are there certain songs that move you to tears the moment they begin to play? Some songs can trigger painful memories, or remind you of joyful events of the past. Some songs don’t remind you of anything and are just so beautiful that you get instantly choked up.
by zippidydo » Sun Sep 16, 2012 11:44 am
“There are four songs that instantly send tears streaming down my face. So, if you ever want to see me cry out of nowhere, turn on: “Hear You Me” by Jimmy Eat World, “Fix You” by Coldplay, “Cosmic Love” by Florence & the Machine and “My Immortal” by Evanescence. I can’t pin point the memories that these songs are triggering, if any. Or maybe they’re just so beautiful that I’m moved to tears?
Am I alone in this? Do you have songs that cause you to weep?”
Fact vs. Fiction
Do you prefer reading fiction over non-fiction? Do you feel that one is better than the other? Some of our forum users prefer getting lost in a world imagined and some say that even non-fiction can take you to an unknown place.
What do you think? Share your thoughts here.
Wedding Weight Loss
Many soon-to-be-brides feel the pressure of not only fitting into the dress, but looking they best they possibly can for their big day. It’s a lot to handle! You are completely aware that all eyes will be on you as you walk down the aisle. One of our forum users is going through this very thing now. Her big day is coming and she wants to get fit and shed some poundage. Let’s show her some support, eh?!
Do you have any tips for the bride-to-be? Have you gone through this? Drop your wisdom here.
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