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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by RnR Nolan, Feb 16, 2019.
Game, Set, and Match; The Possum
Yea, this one gets me. Love me some Counting Crows.
1. Honey - Bobby Goldsboro
2. Sunday Morning Coming Down - Johnny Cash
3. Operator - Jim Croce
Photographs and Memories- Jim Croce
Summer skies and lullabies, nights we couldn't say goodbye....of all of the things that we knew, not a dream survived. I still can't sing the song without choking up. Croce sang Gunga Din (poem by Rudyard Kipling). I was reciting it to my wife the other evening and had to stop and dry my eyes.
Also Tangled up Puppet- Harry Chapin written about his daughter growing up....he, sadly, didn't live to see her reach adulthood.
I'm not going to wade through all 8 pages (so far) to see if this has been mentioned already, but...
Surely, the saddest song of all is Spinal Tap's "Lick My Love Pump".
After all, it's in D min which, as we all know, is the saddest of all keys.
Just a fantastic sad song.
My favourite sad song to play on acoustic guitar. Its a piano song but plays quite well on acoustic
If there's any such thing as triumphant sadness, this one has it:
Two more melancholic masterpieces by Sandy Denny and Nick Drake...
I mentioned this previously but here’s the video link. This is worse than the end of old yeller
My pick, you beat me to it...
Holy Mother.EC & someone whose name I can’t remember (the writer)
Holy mother, where are you
Tonight I feel broken in two
I’ve seen the stars fall from the sky
Holy mother can’t keep from crying
Eric Clapton ~ Give me strength
Oh Lord give me strength to carry me on
Clapton - Circus
Couldn’t find the link before.
Gonna toss this underrated classic on the pile..
John Mayall's 'Mists of Time' fits the bill for me, hauntingly sad. Give it a listen, you won't be sorry.
This one was always a melancholy favorite, but after Brad Delp's suicide, the lyrics took on an entirely new meaning. I wonder how long he battled with depression before it took him down? It's almost a glimpse into the future.
Lou Reed, the Kids followed by Sad Song off his Berlin LP