Top Ten Songs That Make You EmotionalThese are the top ten songs that make us real emotional.
The Top Ten Songs That Make You Emotional
Men have been moved to tears, and have written poems and music after hearing Jackie Evancho sing Lovers. "You fly around me like a butterfly"; "Your voice still echos in my heart"!
Goosebumps, my goosebumps now have GOOSEBUMPS! HOLY CRAP! Where did she learn to sing like THAT! What the heck? Tears! TEARS!? I'm crying now? This girl is too much! She really is an angel.
Theme from the movie "House of Flying Daggers", the final acapella line "Your voice still echoes... in my heart" are the last words of the princess as she dies in the snow. Quite possibly the most heart-wrenching lyrical music ever recorded.
It seems impossible that a singer so young could convey such emotion. But there she is, making people cry as much as any singer ever.
From her "Awakening" album, PBS special, and concert tour.
For anyone who has ever lost a loved one, a song of hope. - BobG
Outstanding music. I love this song! - keyson
From her "Prelude To A Dream" album and concert tours.
I feel like I'm a new person every time the song ends. - MontyPython
Spamming the lists with that nobody Jackie Evancho won't make her any less popular.
And by spamming, you mean anyone who votes for something you don't like.
You simply can't hate this song and feel the emotion of it. - Userguy44
I miss my deceased family
I really love this song Adam..
I hate this song really.
Poignant when sung by Martina McBride. Heart-wrenching when sung by a nine year-old Jackie Evancho. From her "Prelude To A Dream" album, and on YouTube. - Trancas
See the YouTube video on Jackie Evancho's VEVO channel.
O my goodness, I had had to sing this for choir and was ended up in tears half the time...
Performed live at Longwood Gardens, this song features a nice blending of the two voices. - BobG
I'm so happy this songs
It is amazing!
Listen to it all day if I could! - Marshmallow
Bob Dylan is better
Especially emotional with these two singing David Foster's much recorded song. - Trancas
Jackie Evancho with Susan Boyle - quite a combination! - BobG
AWESOME SONG. THIS SONGS CHORUS AND BRIDGE I LOVE. I don't KNOW WHY ITS ON NUMBER 12? IT SHOULD BE AT LEAST IN TOP TEN.
I like this song wow
This remarkable recording blends two voices (Jackie's and Peter's, with overdubbing), without instruments, to tell a poignant story with a heavenly ambience. - BobG
Always makes me cry...:-(
Why is such a powerful song being shoved over for a mediocre teen singer?
What this song stinks its just annoying - simpsondude
Make me think of letting my stress go
So overrated and stupid - JaysTop10List
This is so good always makes you feel a range of emotions from sad to happy its d best
This is a song which can be associated with any form of significant loss. That, I would say, is what gets to anyone. - PositronWildhawk
A song of hope from "West Side Story". David Foster approached Barbra about mixing Jackie's voice into their original Grammy-winning hit. She approved and assisted. - Trancas
It's a sad and lyrically beautiful song. It tells a painful story.
This song needs to be higher, Jackie Evancho is polluting this list
It's very sad and the last solo makes my fly! - Userguy44
This song is about his son that died by falling through a window - Sabbath
When I went to watch a choir concert they sang this song and me and my friend were in tears by the end of it.
Sadder than bastard!
I want to cry every time I listen to this song.
Dark, brooding, ominous, and very emotional, as could be expected with music from "Game Of Thrones".
If you've listened to it only on computer speakers or a system without a subwoofer, you're missing half of the music. The low frequencies add a visceral sense of foreboding to the ethereal vocals of the singer. The intent of the author to be sure.
Ethereal, mystical, funereal, mournful... Words don't do it justice! - BobG
See her 10/27/2014 Wall Street Journal Cafe interview with George R.R. Martin on YouTube. - Trancas
She sings as if it were my heart singing.
No other singer can do that.
From "Moulin Rouge", the emotional final song. This one from Jackie's "Songs From The Silver Screen album, and he second PBS special "Music Of The Movies". See the YouTube video. Powerful, with perfect harmony. - Trancas