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    I was with Dill in his kitchen today with his wife and daughter and Little Aye in the backgound..................

    He asked me do I want a beer???????????

    I said!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    glenn campbell - he was talented


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    Patsy Cline. The Queen of tearjerkers. No idea if I'm following the right procedure to post a video but if it doesn't show up here just follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWCUh6tf7PA

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    A few more:





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    Yep I knew someone would break the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    I think this once got voted as one of the saddest songs of all time or maybe it was 'most depressing', same effect really I suppose:

    Repeatedly played after the early flight back to Kiwiland (&, no, we played another tune... ).

    &, who BROKE this thread???
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    who BROKE this thread???
    Pretty easy to figure out.

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    My maternal grandfather was in the Legion (he was French, not a crim) and when senility made him retreat into melancholy of some time in his past my mother would play his old favourites and this was one of them.

    I remember as a tiny kid seeing my mother crying, looking at her father becoming more and more of a stranger, so whenever I listen to this I get quite sad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    I was with Dill in his kitchen today with his wife and daughter and Little Aye in the backgound..................

    He asked me do I want a beer???????????

    I said!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    He just smiled and gave me a bit of his sandwich

    Those Patsy Cline songs have took me right back to my mom's sunday hoovering sessions


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    I always listen to this at Christmas to remind myself of Christmas as a kid. Never fails.


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    I cried at the end of Brokeback Mountain when I first watched it in 2006 (at home, not in the cinema).

    The following day I put this somewhat unsettling episode down to the full bottle of red wine I had consumed during the movie and attempted to bury all memory of the event deep in my psyche.

    However I summoned up the courage to watch it a second time just recently and I was surprised to find, 13 years later, and only 2 glasses of sparkling white for the worse, that the ending still packs an unexpected emotional punch.

    Kudos to Ang Lee. Masterful direction.

    10/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post


    I cried at the end of Brokeback Mountain when I first watched it in 2006 (at home, not in the cinema).

    The following day I put this somewhat unsettling episode down to the full bottle of red wine I had consumed during the movie and attempted to bury all memory of the event deep in my psyche.

    10/10
    It sounds like you've had a few things buried inside you in your time.

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    Not crying, just testing if I can make the page have a 4th different colour scheme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    I cried at the end of Brokeback Mountain when I first watched it in 2006 (at home, not in the cinema).
    I hope you lit some candles, ran a hot bath and phoned some of your besties to cheer you up?
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Why has this page gone black?

    Its rather morbid


    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    It sounds like you've had a few things buried inside you in your time

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    Scott Walker. Smooth bar-steward with a macho baritone. Sorta makes it 'noble' to squeeze out a solitary tear. When a favourite sports star pegs it, e.g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I prefer cutting onions in an enclosed space myself.
    chew gum, no tears

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gipsy View Post
    Patsy Cline. The Queen of tearjerkers.
    Gipsy missed my favorite Patsy Cline tearjerker. Makes me want to howl when she sings, “You don’t love me, it’s plain.”


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    Probably need to be a Blacklist (and Tom Keen's character) fan to think this was a tearjerker. The song just makes it more sad, great cinema though!. Can't find it on YT, only on Vimeo which won't link like YT does.

    http://vimeo.com/257051396

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    To this day;
    any Lassie the dog tv series
    Flipper the dolphin,
    Skippy the Bush kangaroo,
    Daktari,
    you get my drift - kiddie's tv shows with animals....

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    One of my fave songs, and certainly the bestest version;


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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    Probably need to be a Blacklist (and Tom Keen's character) fan to think this was a tearjerker. The song just makes it more sad, great cinema though!. Can't find it on YT, only on Vimeo which won't link like YT does.

    http://vimeo.com/257051396
    That sounds like the Disturbed version:



    Even Simon and / or Garfunkel gave that the nod of approval.

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