15 Songs That Always Get Me Emotional
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15 Songs That Always Get Me Emotional

I don't always cry at movies... but I sure do cry at songs.

15 Songs That Always Get Me Emotional
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1. All I Want- Kodaline

How couldn't these lyrics make you cry??

2. Already Home- A Great Big World

I ask again.. how could his voice not make you cry??

3. Breakeven- The Script

A good crying-while-driving song.

4. Brooklyn- Wakey! Wakey!

Thanks to One Tree Hill for getting me addicted to WW's sad songs.

5. Carry You Home- Nashville Skyline

Sweet, but still sad.

6. Clairvoyant- The Story So Far

Good luck.

7. Foreigner's God- Hozier

Hozier is perfect for when you're feeling upset— I recommend this one.

8. Go On My Child- Michelle Featherstone

A sad one. Just a warning.

9. Lift Me Up- Kate Voegele

Another One Tree Hill discovery. Love her.

10. Remembering Sunday- All Time Low

Such a throwback, but it's still amazing.

11. Show Me What I'm Looking For- Carolina Liar

Beverly Hills, 90210 got me addicted to this song.

12. Sidewalks (Acoustic Version)- Story of the Year

Personally, this is my favorite.

13. Taxi Cab- Twenty One Pilots

Any TOP song could make me cry, to be honest.

14. When the Sun Goes Down- In The Heights

If you want to sob before you say goodbye to someone.

15. Wonderwall- Oasis

An oldie but a goodie.

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