The mood of the song is typified by its first verse: I left my heart to the sappers round Khe Sanh And my soul was sold with my cigarettes to the black market man I've had the Vietnam cold turkey From the ocean to the Silver City And it's only other vets could understand The remaining verses describe the singer's aimless drifting after his return to Australia:
It sounds like a suicide note to her son.
Rich Fantasy Lives by Rob Balder. But "A Humming Bird" may very well take the cake, a song about a man tearfully trying to cheer up his dying lover, as he has a breakdown not knowing how he can help, or how he'll manage to live without him. The song "Wanting Memories" by Ysaye M. It's a beautiful song, but at some point it becomes a serious Tear Jerker.
Not very well known, but "The Beaches of St. Those who have seen it live before the sad passing of Davy Steele - who sang it so well - would have to agree. Also, the final verse of Jenny O' the Braes from the same album - "Rain, Hail or Shine" - can be a bit of a tearjerker too, but in a bittersweet way.
The piano melody in the first 10 seconds alone could start the waterworks, but the lyrics are sure to. Please just tell me you're alright Are you way up in the sky Laughing, smiling, looking down Saying "One day we'll meet in the clouds The song uses war metaphors to show that the singer will fight any battle to protect the one he loves.
Alec Benjamin's "I Built a Friend", which became famous or infamous as the song that year-old Merrick Hanna danced the story of in an emotional America's Got Talent audition.
The next time they see each other The robot commits suicide. The youth in Alec's voice is heartbreaking.
And when you watch Merrick's dance Blackmore's Night have several Tear Jerker songs. No one noticed when she died [ Their cover of "Streets of London" mentioned below is just as much a Tear Jerker as the original. It's about a break-up that's so soul-crushing that the protagonist sees no value to his urban environment: Every place that I go Oh, it seems so strange Without you there.I Was Only Nineteen (A Walk In the Light Green) by Redgum song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position.
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I Was Only 19 Lyrics: Mum and Dad and Danny saw the passing / Out parade at Puckapunyal / It was a long march from cadets / The sixth battalion was the next to tour and it was me who drew the card.
I Was Only 19 by Redgum should be included in the Premier's Collection because it was able to capture the feelings of the soldiers in a simple and respectful way which caused the debate over the point of the war.
In , Redgum was again brought to attention through the recording of an acoustic / hip hop cover of "I Was Only 19" by Australian group The Herd with Schumann providing some vocals.
The song received high rotation on popular national radio station Triple J. Burlhorse on UK Rocketry: Here's another red thats fast, Good Color Depth, Easy to Make (only 4 Chems) and Will light from a cigarette ash at 10 Paces.