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In addition to feeling heartbreaking sadness over the poor girl who was abused to death at the hands of her own motherthe thought of anyone doing that to their own children can make any compassionate person's blood boil. Perhaps the most gripping part of the music video is that the girl's only friend is her guardian angel and that her mother catching her talking to him is what throws her into the fit of rage that causes her death.
The music video shows the funeral of the child being sung about and how she goes to a happier place with the other children with similar fates. Turned Up to Eleven when a few country stations under the Froggy brand played this a few days after the death of Leelah Alcorn, a transgender teen whose emotional abuse suffered at the hands of her parents drove her to suicide in Decemberand dedicated it to her memory.
Turned up even more when you realize that the young boy could've been with the little girl because he knew what was going to happen. The music video to "Independence Day". His mother was told that they didn't think he would live when he was born. But every day shows her just how wrong they were. It may be more of a sentimental song, than truly a sad song — but may also, however, be considered Narm for others.
Jason Meadows's 18 Video Tapes. A man learns he is terminally ill just as he and his wife are expecting a child. To ensure his son has all the knowledge he needs while growing, the man makes a series of tapes instructing the boy how to do certain things. The final tape tells the son to be there for his own children, even if he has to do it from beyond the grave too. It starts with kids listening to their grandfather tell war stories, and leads into the narrator finding his wife and having a family, but he has a crummy job and they don't have much.
He wonders if he's let his father down, and if he's ashamed of how things turned out. His dad tells him "If all you're really doing is the best you can, you did it, man.
That's something to be proud of. The song "Letters From Home" is a tear jerker for anyone that has a family member in the Armed Forces, but the final verse is what may be the worst. The narrator's father, who hadn't spoken a word to him since his announcement to join the military, finally swallows his pride sends a letter to let his son know how proud of him he is.
It actually makes the song's narrator cry. In Justin Moore's "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away", he uses rather vivid imagery to describe those who have passed on, and wishes that he could take a one-day trip to Heaven just to visit them all again.
Craig Morgan has a couple: The narrator is horribly split over seeing his son after a divorce, because he really wants to be there but can't. It's about an old man who had his house destroyed by a tornado, but mentions that he's been through much worse in his life like the death of his wife.
While some of the lyrics not to mention that the title is a double-negative can make it Narmy to some, the way the singer delivers it makes it rather touching. Lorrie Morgan's "Dear Me", especially when you consider the song was released just after the death of her husband Keith Whitley. Willie Nelson has a couple: Him performing "America the Beautiful" at the September 11 telethon, with everybody slowly joining in — including Muhammad Ali, who stood for most of it, despite his condition.
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And they sang all the verses. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band has a couple: The song is sad enough on its own a child's experience of his mother's funeral and the family's sorrowbut this version is sung by a who's who of country stars, with the first two verses being sung by Johnny Cash and Roy Acuff, both of whom have passed away The moment it really hits you is when the singer's voice changes on the line "She was a happy little girl!
The way it is laid out, first listing extraordinary things the mother hasn't done ranging from rescuing someone from a burning building to walking on the moon, to singing a sold out show and then declaring that she's a hero anyway, is what makes it such a tearjerker.
A quick line in the last verse is tearjerking in a more traditional way. Said line declares that the mother, now an old woman, is envied by the rest of the facility where she lives.
Because her daughter visits her each and every afternoon. Fridge Horror suggests she's envied because most of them don't get that pleasure. Eventually he did love her Whitney Houston 's long since rocketed the song to Narm levels, but the original "I Will Always Love You" is heartbreaking, because the vulnerable, quiet way she sings it evokes the image of someone who's falling apart, but trying her damnedest to be gracious and leave with a smile.
Johnny Paycheck's "Old Violin". Kellie Pickler has a couple: She herself burst out crying, as she sang that song at the CMA's. Wino passed out on the sidewalk Doesn't anybody care? Some say, "He's worthless, just let him be" I, for one, would have to disagree And so would their mamas.
Also notable for being a country song containing a Gay Aesop released in Which would be bad enough if it didn't have a bouncy, singalongable chorus shifting the story to his kids' POV and hinting that he's just passing his inability to deal with life on to them. There's a hole in Daddy's arm where all the money goes Jesus Christ died for nothin', I suppose Li'l pitchers have big ears Don't stop to count the years Sweet songs never last too long on broken radios It gets you once the little girl starts asking if she has a daddy, then really drives home the point with "it would kill me if he ever raised his hand to her.
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Even though that chorus has already been heard once, the final verse changes the meaning of it completely. The credit should go to Skip Ewing, who wrote the song. Raye was known for his tearjerking ballads, which alternatively celebrated the finding of true love, and mourned the loss of it. The latter are especially good at this. Austin Roberts' "Rocky," a tale about a young couple in their early 20s that, although having its narmish moments such as a rambunctious kids' birthday partyhas the tearjerker in full effect during the final verse.
Successfully covered that same year for the country market by singer-songwriter Dickey Lee. It's about a woman and her husband as he goes through Alzheimer's and how she deals with him forgetting her and their life together.
The first verse is about the singer learning to ride a bike; the second verse is about the singer getting married; the third verse is about the singer's father wasting away due to cancer.
Definitely have a box of tissues handy. Blake Shelton has a couple: In " The Baby ", the singer's mother is on her death bed, and her dying wish is to see her son one last time. He doesn't make it.
He recalls sneaking a couple beers, getting sick and then getting yelled out by dad then bottling up all his emotions towards said dad, who is now dead, until his wife encourages him to let it all out. Throughout, he realizes that he can't hide his emotions from those who know him so well.
Sons of the Desert's " Leaving October ", a great song about a lover who has died. Nirvana fans volunteered to fill the bleachers but after being on set for 12 hours, they were irritated and restless. Near the end of shooting, Cobain suggested they trash the set and the iconic footage reflecting raw teen angst and destruction was captured.
The craze would begin later in the s with the emergence of YouTube but inno one had seen anything like it. The moment her real tears appear and fall down her face makes this video captivating 27 years later. After writing and recording the entire debut Foo Fighters album himself in an effort to heal from the death of Kurt Cobain, the self-titled record was the first music most Nirvana fans heard from Grohl.
The fourth single is ultra pop and became a crossover hit for the band. Embracing the jingle-like melody of the single, the band agreed to a parody video concept. Replacing Mentos with Footos, the band mocked the corny Mentos commercials and created what would be the first in their series of hilarious music videos.
Focused on the message of the song, director Jake Scott son of director Ridley Scott displayed subtitles of the lyrics throughout the subtitled thoughts of strangers who sit stuck in a traffic jam. The retro costumes, wigs and moustaches worn by The Beastie Boys as they portray various fictional characters gives the video a ridiculous humour making it even more engaging to watch.
It was reported that Glazer had originally pitched the video idea to Marilyn Manson. Yorke himself collapsed during the making of the video. The robots represent the singing voice, the tall athletes in tracksuits with small prosthetic heads symbolize the bass guitar, the synchronized swimmers represent the high-pitched keyboard, the skeletons symbolize the guitar line and the mummies represent the drum machine. Stern created the feel of a single continuous shot with over 50 takes.
Lead singer Richard Ashcroft walks down a London street without changing his pace or direction bumping fellow pedestrians, knocking a woman onto the ground, walking over the hood of a car, only stopping once for a moving car in his path.
Instead of using digital effects to depict multiplying objects, Gondry used real objects, dancers and choreography to create the flaring and kaleidoscope effects throughout the video. Though the floor appears to be moving throughout the video, it is actually the set that moves, creating an optical illusion.