Not sure if this has been done before. I have a song that seems quite easily to make me tear up. What Sarah Said by Death Cab for Cutie. A few years ago, my father was diagnosed with cancer. He was sent in for surgery just a few weeks after the diagnosis, and after that, he was cancer free. Unfortunately, it was a risky surgery, and he suffered from a huge amount of complications resulting from the surgery. There were definitely a couple days he had come frighteningly close to death. The imagery created by the lyrics is what really gets to me, particularly one verse of the song: "'Cause there's no comfort in the waiting room Just nervous faces bracing for bad news Then the nurse comes round and everyone lifts their heads but I'm thinking of what Sarah said" This brings back the most vivid memories, of late nights in the waiting rooms of hospitals. I was just alone, with my thoughts. I remember my mum, with tear-filled eyes, walking to the waiting room with the nurse. This feeling of sheer terror just hit me, every time this would happen. The grim expression of the nurse and my mother just break me. It was just a very dark, sad time for our family. Listening to the song just brings up so much vivid imagery, and brings me right back to those nights. Thankfully, he made a full, but unfortunately slow recovery. Songs can evoke deep emotion from me, but it's a shade odd for a song to actually make me cry. It got me wondering - what song actually makes you cry?