A song has made me cry.
>know girl since middle school
>friends for years
>make start dating in senior year of high school
>date for 4 years
>she ends up cheating
>feel numb for months
>be tripping on 2c-b for the first time
>peaking on 30mg (fairly heavy dose)
>banshee beat comes up
>cue emotional wreckage
I didn't even really know what the song was about until I listened to it that time. I still didn't know the lyrics, but I could just feel it.
It's like, over the course of 2 hours, I felt everything I needed to feel for the past several months. It just came crashing down onto me. This was a couple weeks ago, and I've been doing a lot better since.
>how does it feel to lose all you know
>through your open arms?
This fucking album.
There is this song by the band Animal Collective called "My Girls." It really speaks to me and makes me tear up whenever I listen to it because of how beautiful the lyrics are.
Here is an excerpt:
>There isn't much that I feel I'd need
>A solid soul and the blood I bleed
>With a little girl and by my spouse
>I only want a proper house
This is exactly what I want in life, except that I don't want to get married or have children because I can't afford it or be a good father/spouse. Basically I want to get a stable low-skill job and reside in a one room apartment where I can live vicariously through the internet, movies, tv, and anime.
I've seen you post about this before. I fucking hate 2c chems. I used to take a lot of them but I had to back off. That shit made me pretty unstable for a while and I had a few experiences that I would describe as "meltdowns" or "freakouts" as a result of them. Because of this, I have an immense fear of taking any sort of blotter anymore, so I just stick to MDMA (that's been tested/confirmed as MDMA) and psilocybin and I would recommend you do the same
Only 2 songs have made me cry in the last 2 years or so.
>irish folk, beautiful harp
>just a heartbreaking story/ hip-hop song
>was in Berlin last week as a college trip
>had a really great time
>qt bro suggested me Salad Days in a convo about music
>listen to it, its not that great
>in a nice diner
>she recognises the song
>it's Chamber of Reflection
>we drop Jägerbombs harder than the blitz later on that night
now we both bawl our eyes out to it because of week old nostalgia
You're retarded. He was talking about 2c-x series not 25x-nbome series. There's a large difference and 2c-x chems don't fit on a blotter and 2c-b are considerably older with much more anecdotal evidence to support their relative safety. I can definitely say nbome chems aren't safe though, I had a bad meltdown on one 2mg dose and sometimes get flashbacks.
Yes, but it was more than likely caused by feelings I already had.
If you mean going from completely normalface to tears then I can only recall one time. I was listening to the song "To Be Kind" by Swans from the Album To Be Kind.
Lost me at flashbacks.
The flashbacks are just you tripping yourself up. Or you really have an underlying mental illness. You are not having "flashbacks" purely from any substances.
By flashbacks I get back to the same state of mind I had during the trip, where my mind kind of remembers a thought I had while tripping and tries to send me back on the same path of thoughts, also some specific things that gave me anxiety during the trip still leave a bad taste when I think about/see them. It's pretty unnerving to happen after such a bad trip. It might've been caused by latent mental health issues, or a break in my ability to control my sense of anxiety. It also didn't help that I though I was going to die since nbomes have a low lethal dose.
you probably won't believe me and i can't be arsed to provide proof, but my best friend died of (supposedly, as in the vendor provided dose info) 2mg 25i in december. very unpredictable drug.
Soul crushing album
Or 1:23 am, pondering an inevitable breakup.
Don't know if I cried but I definitely felt something
>Oh, and love is just an institution based on human frailty
>What's your paradise gotta do with Adam and Eve?
>Maybe love is just an economy based on resource scarcity
>What I fail to see is what that's gotta do with you and me
All the time, this is the latest one to do it.
the whole of "you've got everything now" had me weeping like a bitch
it's too close to home and too near the bone
If you're counting soundtracks, Mulholland Drive's... because of Llorando
no music has ever made me cry, but these might be worth posting
Twice. During Emily and Sawdust & Diamonds.
I already knew what this album was about going into it but I got really sad when I heard Death With Dignity, and when Fourth of July came in I started crying. My mom is not dead, but the thought is just so fucking sad. I love my mom more than anything, and I just could not fucking handle it.
Jesus Christ yes. Most of Honey Bear was emotional for me. Saw him 2 nights ago in Philadelphia and it was the greatest show I've ever attended. Ended up shaking his hand at the end. Undoubtedly one of the greatest performers of our time.
Same for me, what track? I was close to tears for most of it but Sprawl i was what got me.
Also palisades on this made me cry.
Didn't really get Hospice upon first listen. Sort of took it as overrated on /mu/.
After someone incredibly close to you loses an incredibly one-sided cancer battle, though? Hoooolllyyyyyy fuck, yeah, this one made me bawl.
These threads are always the same
>OP opens, few posts in
>tough guys show up
>people lament other people's taste
>/mu/core and sub-/mu/core is posted
>insults are starting to flow
>thread dies after 190-250 posts
This album has carried me through rough times, but on average its like this;
>good for bus rides
>get to room
>drop bag and jacket on floor
>crawl into bed
>halfheartedly play through phone
>window open with moonlight seeping in
>lighting the empty half of the bed
>fade out of consciousness not wanting to wake up
It weirdly gives me intense dreams too, so it evens out a bit.
I know /mu/ hated it, but there's some great songs on here. I didn't cry, but it's the closest I've come.
>Carissa was 35, you don't just raise your kids, take out the trash and die
>My friend Brett, he just liked to play the guitar and he never hurt anyone
Not the same song but the same album, Still Ill's closing:
Ask me why and I'll die
Oh ask me why and I'll die
And if you must go to work tomorrow
Well, if I were you I wouldn't bother
For there are brighter sides to life
And I should know because I've seen them
But not very often
Under the iron bridge we kissed
And although I ended up with sore lips
It just wasn't like the old days anymore
No, it wasn't like those days
Am I still ill?
Oh am I still ill?
Morrissey knows how to write
TL note: knew
Have cried to these
Also not to any song off of the album, but to b-sides like Tragic Girl and Waiting On You. Won't deny this album gives me plenty of feels though.
I'm pretty prone to emotional overreaction to music though
The Ballad of Keenan Milton and Daniel made me cry sometimes. This album should be /mu/core btw, but I doubt it'll happen.
Dude. I had a gf that loved this album. She was the first girl i said I love you to, and really meant it.
We spent five months travelling together, then she had to go back tu the US, i went back to my country.
Ten A few months later, i relistened this album. My life with her was so perfect, and i realised how shitty it was now. Made me cry.
This feels pretty melancholy to me at times
almost, it was the part on two-headed boy where Jeff mentions "placing fingers in the notches of your spine" that part is where the storyline gets the most morbid to me
the most i get is choked up a lot of the time, which happened recently when i was listening to campfire songs by anco
> You will always be a loser
Fuck you, I already know that, there's no reason to rub it in
listening to these two back to back is all the feels.
How to Disappear Completely and Motion Picture Soundtrack make me ball like a faggot
>tfw the scene described in "Lover You Should Have Come Over" with a rainy funeral and the attendants outside getting rained on describes almost perfectly the last day I saw and old GF.
She lived in front of a church and thats what I saw when I looked out her window that last morning.
Found the album through this place. First heard Sober to Death at a shitty time in my life. Weeping was had.
>we were wrecks before we crashed into each other
Fuck you, Will.
Try Not to Breathe, every fuckin' time
All of these as well
Roads is a song to cry with; I've also cried with it.
Memorials by Susanne Sundfor, perfection made music and #FEELS made tears.