Songs That Have Made Me Cry

These are songs that I have sobbed through while they were on repeat, or they just made me cry. Some of them aren't even sad. I've just cried as they looped through. *sigh*

Someday Soon by KT Tunstall

Flightless Bird, American Mouth by Iron and Wine

Jesus the Mexican Boy by Iron and Wine

On Top of the World by Boys Like Girls

The Call by Regina Spektor

Wake Me Up When September Ends by Green Day

True Love Waits by Radiohead

Hey Jude by the Beatles

Hero/Heroine by Boys Like Girls

The Interview by AFI

the untitled track by The All American Rejects on When the World Comes Down

Tomorrow by Avril Lavigne

Imaginary by Evanescence

No Questions Asked by Fleetwood Mac

The Unknown by Crossfade

We Believe by Good Charlotte

I Don't Wanna Be In Love by Good Charlotte

Valentine's Day by Linkin Park

Everything Will Be Alright by the Killers

The One That Got Away by Natasha Bedingfield

Getting Into You by Relient K

The Door in the Air from the Narnia: Prince Caspian soundtrack (don't even ask)

Put Your Lights on by Santana

Winnie's Choice from the Tuck Everlasting Soundtrack

Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol

And I think I'll stop there. Now, go cry to those songs. I promise you you will feel like shit. *sigh*

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