Sorry for all the Christmas songs. We just got our first big snow.
  1. "Believe" - Josh Groban
    I'm a grown adult and this song makes me weep. WEEP.
  2. "When Christmas Comes to Town" - those kids on the Polar Express
  3. "Where Are You Christmas?" - Faith Hill that why you have let me go? 😭😭😭
  4. "End of May" - Michael Buble
    This one gives me chills.
  5. "After the Storm" - Mumford and Sons
    Not really a sad song, the words just make me cry. It's whatever.
  6. Theme from "Forrest Gump"
    Reminds me of my childhood, and who the hell doesn't love that movie?
  7. "Hedwig's Theme"
    I am part of the Harry Potter generation. I remember this song coming on at the end of the epilogue scene in the last film, and I lost my shit in that theater. It was neat and not at all embarrassing.
  8. "You Were Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson (or Elvis or Michael Bublé or anyone who sings it)
    Also linked one of those strange, bittersweet childhood memories.
  9. "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)" - Don McLean
    Drop everything and listen to this now.
  10. "Annie's Song" - John Denver
    UGH. ❤️
  11. "All Will Be Well" - The Gabe Dixon Band
    But, like, a happy cry.
  12. She's Leaving Home: The Beatles
    One of my first memories was when I was 4 and I listened to the words, confused by why she was leaving. I asked my parents and they told me that one day I'd be a big girl and want to move out into my own home. I freaked out and sobbed and told them I'd never leave. For months after I kept asking them if I was a big girl yet, fearing I'd have to move out.
    Suggested by @emilyannlosey