You know what I mean. If you are a music freak like me, you have come across many songs that influence you in some way. Maybe you want to learn to play it, sing it, or rewrite it, or could be a hundred different ways that this song affects you. I remember the song "My Girl" when I had my first girlfriend. Then later "Help me make it thru the Night". Alright you get the picture? Well, I just had a song tear me up. This started about a month ago when I heard for first time "Karla Faye". Nothing too special, but something about the simple melody stuck and a couple days later I wanted to play it. The more I played the melody, the more interest in the lyrics. The lyrics led me to the true story behind it. It is a very touching story if you look at the lyrics. That led to story. Then comes the haunting, and then, when I really started analyzing the lyrics of Mary Gauthier, the melody, the flow and the singing ability of Audrey Mazera to emphasize the impact of sadness, then came the tears. IMO Mazera sings it better than Mary, but it is only available to listen to on Spotify. Mary's version is on utube. Anyway, while I wipe away my tears.... I think I'll write a song and call it, "A 66 year old man ain't suppose to cry".