- I Hope You Dance -- I don't often listen to country stations so Lee Ann Womack doesn't blindside me too often but you'd have to be dead inside not to get weepy at this tune.
- Make You Feel My Love -- This is originally Bob Dylan but Adele does a fantastic version, though I'm partial to the way Tim McGraw sings it.
- My City of Ruin -- This takes me back to Bruce's 9/11 TV performance which I sobbed through. Like any good Bruce song, it's timeless and universal and sad and hopeful all wrapped up together.
- Imagine -- But only the slow John Lennon version. Eddie Vedder recently covered this tune and it's the worst thing he's ever done. No, Eddie. No.
- Let It Be -- For me, it's all about the mother Mary line. My heart breaks for Paul every time.
- This Women's Work - Because I'm a child of the 80s and remember the raw emotion of this scene in She's Having a Baby despite not really understanding what a cesarian section was. OMG, the tear drop with the blood drop?!
- Arms of an Angel -- I know most people would go with I Will Remember You for Sarah McLachlan, which is a pretty sad. But this one is 100x more depressing. I can't do much more than lay down when I hear this song.
- I Shall Believe - This Sheryl Crow song is basically about telling her it's all going to work out even though it's a big fat lie. Gah.
- True Colors - I used to sing this Cyndi Lauper song to my girls as a lullaby and by the end I'd be all misty. Be true to yourself. Sniff.
Did I miss any?