According to the New York Times, hundreds of Hungarians killed themselves under the influence of a song. Gloomy Sunday, written by Hungarian composer Rezso Seress in the 1933, was deemed responsible. Billie Holiday's version is probably the best known.
"Saving Amy" by Brantley Gilbert "You Promised" by Brantley Gilbert "When I Get Where I'm Going" by Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton "Sissy's Song" by Allan Jackson "Alyssa Lies" by Jason Michael Carroll "Just A Dream" by Carrie Underwood "If Tomorrow Never Comes" by Garth Brooks "Whiskey Lullaby" by Brad Paisley and Allison Krauss http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfF0pe7vt9U
"Valentine's Day" by Linkin Park "Little Angel" by Ana Johnsson "Goodbye" by Second Serenade "I'm Not Alright" by Sanctus Real "When She Cries" by Britt Nicole "Can't Let You Go" by Matchbox Twenty "You Be the Anchor" by Mayday Parade
OMG WHAT THE @#$& PEOPLE???!!! How is it possible that not one person has said Ronan by Taylor Swift?? That song made me burst into tears!!! Especially because I have a brother that age. Also, a few others are Carry me Carrie by Dr.Hook, Cats in the cradle by unknown, When I'm gone by Eminem.
Saving Amy- Brantley Gilbert Alyssa Lies- Jason Micheal Carroll Whiskey Lullaby- Brad Paisley This Aint Nothin- Craig Morgan One hell of an amen- Brantley Gilbert ---Theres a lot of country songs that are----
Please Don't by K. Will, the video itself is heartbreaking. I also love the song Life by SHINee. I i think think that the lyrics to that song are beautiful, and they've cried performing it onstage before. (Or at least one of them. LOL)