Does music ever make you cry

Does music ever make you cry?


I do believe that music makes you feel a certain feeling.

Whether it's makes you happy, gain some confident, sad and it is also can make you cry.

When it comes to music that make you cry it is different with each individual.
It can be a sad music and it's also can be a very happy music.
Both type of music can makes you cry based on your own connection with that certain music.

Some music or song can connect you with certain situations or people.
And if you miss that certain people and when you heard his/her favorite song whether it is a happy song it can make you cry.
Some people will never gonna understand the reason for your tears but who cares.
You want to cry, then just cry.
There is nothing wrong with that.

My family especially in my father's side really loves music.
Sometime on a weekend they will gather around and play some music.
Sometime it is with band (keyboard and guitar) and sometime just karaoke.
Just to have some quality time together through music.

On Feb 2017 my uncle passed away and its give a big impact to the whole relative.
My uncle used to play keyboard or guitar and ask us to sing.
He was always the happiest and the friendly and silly uncle among the others.

After he passed away, the music seems to die too.
Nobody play music anymore.

After a year he passed away the whole family finally decided to play a music.
The first music that we played was his favorite song.
And that song was a very happy song and it's pumped you to dance.

But guess what.
We are crying.
Crying with a big smile.
Because we remembered how happy he was when he sang that song.
How his silly dance make us laugh till we cried.

And until now we do actually cried everytime we heard that song.

Miss you Uncle.


Yes, especially when the song enters or is from the very beginning, immersive or hits home.

Songs in which tell a story of groups of friends having the time of their lives of pure fun or telling of a particular struggle that resonates with you hard either from the song matching your situation or feeling sorry for the singer's experience.

There are however, many forms of music to keep in mind.
Songs that are instrument only, can also make a person cry.
Perhaps from nostalgia ramming into you like a train or when specific melodies connect with your brain, giving you spine chills.

My pick for the song that can make anyone cry: Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.

For a song without lyrics though I cannot recommend: remixes that are amazing and expands faithfully to the original source.

I'm not effective at putting thoughts into words, an effective way to experience songs that can make your spine tingle or make you cry, try gunning for specific genres or slower tempo'ed songs.

(it also depends on the composition, but whether it sounds good or not depends on the individual listening to said song)


That depends on my connection to the music in question.
If I have never for example, seen the Lion King, I would not have as deep a connection to the soundtrack or movie as if I did watch it.

That goes with music, as well.
That does not mean you cannot develop connection to the music overtime, by all means, that’s the kind of thing you do when you have a favorite song.

However, if said melody recalls back on nostalgia or it manages to strike a cord, it will be then that you may cry.
Examples of why you could cry to certain tracks would be chorus, and tone.
I find myself tearing if I find the chorus in a song to melt my heartstrings.

Music is subjective for everyone, and so are tolerances to certain emotions such as sadness, especially if you are a ‘hardened’ person.


As a guy of 50 years old, it can often look strange, even uncomfortable to others when they see my eyes well-up, sometimes overflow simply because of the music I’m listening to.
But there’s often a story behind each track and music is incredibly emotive, instantly bringing you back to a time and place.
I could be a simple piano piece, orchestra, pop song – melody, lyrics or both.
You can choose to be affected or not, cover up if it’s too awkward.
But it’s there and it can have a profound effect if it really means something to you.
What’s surprising to me is that others don’t have the same reactions.
Maybe music just means more to some.
I know that I can’t go a day without it, whatever I listen to.
And the tears aren’t always from sadness.
Often they come from sheer joy, an overwhelming happiness that manifests itself in watery eyes.
I like that I get this from hearing stuff I like and love.
I’m sure it’ll be with me til I hear my last ever song.
Perhaps I should choose that track now – the best of the best to say goodbye.
But until then, long may the music play – old and new.
It’s one of life’s greatest pleasures.


Yes, music is something which expresses your emotions better than words.
with passing time even the meaning of the lyrics of songs also change.
personally, I became addicted to songs after listening to “tujhe bhula diya” from “anjaana anjaani” and “mera bina” from “crook”.
at that time I was in class 3, I didn’t even understand the songs properly but still i got inclined towards them.
but now lying on my bed when I hear “tujhe bhula diya” or “tujhe kaise pata na chaala” it does make me feel like crying.


Hi there! I would love to answer this one as you know music makes me cry sometimes (Though I am not sad inside !) ….
.
I even had a playlist of ten songs which actually made me cry .

I found out that it had certain reasons( personal experiences) :
And even if you cry sometimes listening To music it's not abnormal it's completely cool ….
.
you can chill!
Let me At last say (going really deep in topic :p) it's your beautiful and eternal soul reacting towards the music which is according to me language without voice that everyone understands!


Obviously;If a slow yet stressed note doesn’t yeild emotions within you, if the faster beats don’t let you jump out of your bed and if the lyrics of a song made for an almighty believer does’nt force him to fold his hands for the Lord,the sounds heard are not to be tagged music.

Coming to my personal feelings I , on my part, is a die hard fan of music.
.

If someone doesn’t feel so, I personally would recommend them to sit on the terrace under the beautiful sky and then tap the play button of the song “KHAMOSIYAN” from your music list.
It will then give you your answer for the given question


Music is a kind of emotional thing for people.
It not only makes you cry.
It's also make you sleep, dance,felt better.
If a person is broken up he likes to hear that kind of broken up songs.
Similarly for party mode and sad mode, Happy mode.
Even sometimes it'll make you feel high.
Most powerful thing is music, in my view


It definitely does.
When your current emotions or life situations suddenly connect to the lyrics or visualization of that song.


Yes-sometimes it does makes me cry.
For example some songs remind me of some of my best/worst memories or times when I was going through something difficult in my life .
Music always gives me lots of emotions and helped me many times as well.
I always try to feel music,I love music and it also helps me to forget about everything what’s bothering me I can just leave this world behind and fully be with my inner self.
Sometimes it makes me cry more in a positive way as well-like happiness cry not even talking about the times when I use to do drugs lol .


Yes, if I relate to the lyrics, or the lyrics say something that matches how I felt in a certain situation in the past, I would cry.

Example: One day that I got rejected, I listened to Trees by Twenty One Pilots, not selected, it was on shuffle, so it felt more deep.
Though the song can be interpreted as a suicide song, I cried because I interpreted the lyrics as loneliness, false hope, and disappointment at myself.
Now I've learned how to cope with rejection and know that listening to sad songs will just make those feelings deeper, at least in my case.

Have a good day ♡


Oh my god! What a nice question.
Only a deep musician can understand.

Well, coming to your question, yes, of course, it makes you cry depending on your music genre.
I am a Classical Dancer and a Musician.
So there is a Teentaal in classical music (Syllables:- Dha Dhin Dhin Dha Dha Dhin Dhin Dha Dha Trak Tin Ta Tita Kata Gadi Gena……Actually it makes me cry….
Cant Explain it in words….
Happy Singing !


yes.
.
music has a power to make anyone cry…
espcly when uh feel sm connection with tat music.
.

when uh find smthing connected with the lyrics…
each nd every word of ur fvrt song.
.
jst cnt stop ur tears.
.
when uh feel tat music frm.
.
the bottom of ur heart…


Does music ever make you cry?


I do believe that music makes you feel a certain feeling.

Whether it's makes you happy, gain some confident, sad and it is also can make you cry.

When it comes to music that make you cry it is different with each individual.
It can be a sad music and it's also can be a very happy music.
Both type of music can makes you cry based on your own connection with that certain music.

Some music or song can connect you with certain situations or people.
And if you miss that certain people and when you heard his/her favorite song whether it is a happy song it can make you cry.
Some people will never gonna understand the reason for your tears but who cares.
You want to cry, then just cry.
There is nothing wrong with that.

My family especially in my father's side really loves music.
Sometime on a weekend they will gather around and play some music.
Sometime it is with band (keyboard and guitar) and sometime just karaoke.
Just to have some quality time together through music.

On Feb 2017 my uncle passed away and its give a big impact to the whole relative.
My uncle used to play keyboard or guitar and ask us to sing.
He was always the happiest and the friendly and silly uncle among the others.

After he passed away, the music seems to die too.
Nobody play music anymore.

After a year he passed away the whole family finally decided to play a music.
The first music that we played was his favorite song.
And that song was a very happy song and it's pumped you to dance.

But guess what.
We are crying.
Crying with a big smile.
Because we remembered how happy he was when he sang that song.
How his silly dance make us laugh till we cried.

And until now we do actually cried everytime we heard that song.

Miss you Uncle.


Yes, especially when the song enters or is from the very beginning, immersive or hits home.

Songs in which tell a story of groups of friends having the time of their lives of pure fun or telling of a particular struggle that resonates with you hard either from the song matching your situation or feeling sorry for the singer's experience.

There are however, many forms of music to keep in mind.
Songs that are instrument only, can also make a person cry.
Perhaps from nostalgia ramming into you like a train or when specific melodies connect with your brain, giving you spine chills.

My pick for the song that can make anyone cry: Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.

For a song without lyrics though I cannot recommend: remixes that are amazing and expands faithfully to the original source.

I'm not effective at putting thoughts into words, an effective way to experience songs that can make your spine tingle or make you cry, try gunning for specific genres or slower tempo'ed songs.

(it also depends on the composition, but whether it sounds good or not depends on the individual listening to said song)


That depends on my connection to the music in question.
If I have never for example, seen the Lion King, I would not have as deep a connection to the soundtrack or movie as if I did watch it.

That goes with music, as well.
That does not mean you cannot develop connection to the music overtime, by all means, that’s the kind of thing you do when you have a favorite song.

However, if said melody recalls back on nostalgia or it manages to strike a cord, it will be then that you may cry.
Examples of why you could cry to certain tracks would be chorus, and tone.
I find myself tearing if I find the chorus in a song to melt my heartstrings.

Music is subjective for everyone, and so are tolerances to certain emotions such as sadness, especially if you are a ‘hardened’ person.


As a guy of 50 years old, it can often look strange, even uncomfortable to others when they see my eyes well-up, sometimes overflow simply because of the music I’m listening to.
But there’s often a story behind each track and music is incredibly emotive, instantly bringing you back to a time and place.
I could be a simple piano piece, orchestra, pop song – melody, lyrics or both.
You can choose to be affected or not, cover up if it’s too awkward.
But it’s there and it can have a profound effect if it really means something to you.
What’s surprising to me is that others don’t have the same reactions.
Maybe music just means more to some.
I know that I can’t go a day without it, whatever I listen to.
And the tears aren’t always from sadness.
Often they come from sheer joy, an overwhelming happiness that manifests itself in watery eyes.
I like that I get this from hearing stuff I like and love.
I’m sure it’ll be with me til I hear my last ever song.
Perhaps I should choose that track now – the best of the best to say goodbye.
But until then, long may the music play – old and new.
It’s one of life’s greatest pleasures.


Yes, music is something which expresses your emotions better than words.
with passing time even the meaning of the lyrics of songs also change.
personally, I became addicted to songs after listening to “tujhe bhula diya” from “anjaana anjaani” and “mera bina” from “crook”.
at that time I was in class 3, I didn’t even understand the songs properly but still i got inclined towards them.
but now lying on my bed when I hear “tujhe bhula diya” or “tujhe kaise pata na chaala” it does make me feel like crying.


Hi there! I would love to answer this one as you know music makes me cry sometimes (Though I am not sad inside !) ….
.
I even had a playlist of ten songs which actually made me cry .

I found out that it had certain reasons( personal experiences) :
And even if you cry sometimes listening To music it's not abnormal it's completely cool ….
.
you can chill!
Let me At last say (going really deep in topic :p) it's your beautiful and eternal soul reacting towards the music which is according to me language without voice that everyone understands!


Obviously;If a slow yet stressed note doesn’t yeild emotions within you, if the faster beats don’t let you jump out of your bed and if the lyrics of a song made for an almighty believer does’nt force him to fold his hands for the Lord,the sounds heard are not to be tagged music.

Coming to my personal feelings I , on my part, is a die hard fan of music.
.

If someone doesn’t feel so, I personally would recommend them to sit on the terrace under the beautiful sky and then tap the play button of the song “KHAMOSIYAN” from your music list.
It will then give you your answer for the given question


Music is a kind of emotional thing for people.
It not only makes you cry.
It's also make you sleep, dance,felt better.
If a person is broken up he likes to hear that kind of broken up songs.
Similarly for party mode and sad mode, Happy mode.
Even sometimes it'll make you feel high.
Most powerful thing is music, in my view


It definitely does.
When your current emotions or life situations suddenly connect to the lyrics or visualization of that song.


Yes-sometimes it does makes me cry.
For example some songs remind me of some of my best/worst memories or times when I was going through something difficult in my life .
Music always gives me lots of emotions and helped me many times as well.
I always try to feel music,I love music and it also helps me to forget about everything what’s bothering me I can just leave this world behind and fully be with my inner self.
Sometimes it makes me cry more in a positive way as well-like happiness cry not even talking about the times when I use to do drugs lol .


Yes, if I relate to the lyrics, or the lyrics say something that matches how I felt in a certain situation in the past, I would cry.

Example: One day that I got rejected, I listened to Trees by Twenty One Pilots, not selected, it was on shuffle, so it felt more deep.
Though the song can be interpreted as a suicide song, I cried because I interpreted the lyrics as loneliness, false hope, and disappointment at myself.
Now I've learned how to cope with rejection and know that listening to sad songs will just make those feelings deeper, at least in my case.

Have a good day ♡


Oh my god! What a nice question.
Only a deep musician can understand.

Well, coming to your question, yes, of course, it makes you cry depending on your music genre.
I am a Classical Dancer and a Musician.
So there is a Teentaal in classical music (Syllables:- Dha Dhin Dhin Dha Dha Dhin Dhin Dha Dha Trak Tin Ta Tita Kata Gadi Gena……Actually it makes me cry….
Cant Explain it in words….
Happy Singing !


yes.
.
music has a power to make anyone cry…
espcly when uh feel sm connection with tat music.
.

when uh find smthing connected with the lyrics…
each nd every word of ur fvrt song.
.
jst cnt stop ur tears.
.
when uh feel tat music frm.
.
the bottom of ur heart…


Am


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no i want to like my partner will be join fir sex.


Once.
‘when I'm gone’ by Eminem made me cry.

The music, the lyrics and the way he raps it is so effective.
the first time I listened to it, after it finished I realised that i was crying and my nose was running.
.
why??
I thought that it was very silly to cry over a song, but then as I said, the story and the meaning behind it were so precious.

Or maybe it was my hormones that weren't stable at the time .
.
I don't really know.
.

But in general, music makes me fascinated and feel happy .
.
I'm a music addict and I know it.


No


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no


Yes!do make me


Absolutely…all the time! Music soothes your soul… but can also bring on past hurts and memories you relate the song too.


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