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A Song That Really Touches Your Soul And Why
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Posted on Sun, Jul 22, 2007 18:25

I love music and sometimes I run across a song that sums up in a few clever lyrics a deep feeling that I wouldn't have known how to express in words. It absolutely awes me when that happens.
So I thought it would be fun to hear what kinds of songs have touched other folks like that.
An example of that for me would be My Immortal by Evanescence... In fact the lines "These wounds won't seem to heal. This pain is just too real. There's just too much that time cannot erase" gave me the ability to see that the relationship that I had been in and trying to save for 13 yrs. was never going to get better.
So anyway, do you have a song like that?
One that makes you see yourself or your situation in a new light?
Hope this isn't too sappy for the guys :)



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Posted on Wed, May 21, 2014 05:00

Leela James "tell me you love me" soul through and through, why!!!!!!! Well she's telling my story



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Posted on Sun, Feb 21, 2010 11:53

Voice of Hope, Inside Out, Love is Hard ... so many!!

I love worship music so anything which really brings God in gets me.

I love music that touches my soul which James Morrison always does!!

Jennifer



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Posted on Fri, Dec 25, 2009 15:27

for me its deffinently the song "EVERYBODY'S SINGING THAT SOUTH WEST SONG" by ICP i have dysthimic depression, so when i was real close to suicide this song pretty much sumed up how i didnt care about life, and how much the words of people who brought me to this point didnt matter anymore.

it was pretty much my last words.................

Some say I'm real and some say I'm fake
But I really don't care cuz it's all too late
You see, my mind is weak and I'm losing breath
As I crawl along I can feel the death

Everywhere I go I bring with me pride
And then I pay the carny and I take a ride
But see, the wheel is wicked and it spins me death
So I try it again with what pride is left

If we have to go then you can take me fast
You see, I started under and I'm sinking fast
And when the joker's card is missing from your deck
Then you know the rope has finally caught my neck

Eh, yo, don't look, now, there we go again
It's me and the grim reaper, best of friends
He's always hanging round waitin for me to die
We shot a game of pool, he's not a bad guy



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Posted on Fri, Dec 11, 2009 09:16

"This Woman's Work" by Maxwell makes me cry every time I hear it. I don't know why it does, but it just touches like no song ever has.

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Posted on Mon, Dec 07, 2009 01:00

wild horses by natashia bedingsfield relates to me on a lot of levels



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Posted on Tue, Sep 23, 2008 22:45

One of my favorite songs is Fly Like a Bird by Mariah Carey. It makes me feel like I can overcome a difficult situation because I'm not alone.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 06, 2008 19:35

I'd say my song is I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For by U2.

I'm still looking for Mr. Right.



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Posted on Fri, Sep 05, 2008 23:24

Truly, Madly, Deeply by Savage Garden. This would have to be my favorite song, I love the singer's voice, the melody, but most of all the lyrics. Imagine..... finding a love like that?



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Posted on Sat, Nov 17, 2007 16:45

Well being in a country/souther rock band we did a lot of songs like that. I was also one of the lead singers in the band and one that we did that really touched me was "Turn the Page" by Bob Seger. Especially on the last verse when he wrote "Later in the evening as you lie awake in bed with the echo of the amplifiers ringing in your head you smoke the days last cigarette remembering what she said... now here I am on the road again there I am up on the stage and here I go playing the star again there I go... turn the page" It seem like when we were out and the miles rolled by that this song hit even closer to home. Another song that we didn't sing but I like is Jeff Healey's "Angel Eye".



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