Tell us which classic song would make you cry in public and we'll tell you your best quality

Grab your tissues!

 

Few things are better than a good cry. It's refreshing, it's cathartic, and after you're done, your day can only improve. In this quiz, we're asking you to choose a song that's more likely to get you weeping in public without a care who sees you. In return, we're telling you what your most admirable quality is.

A note: There is no option to not cry! We're all cry babies in this quiz, and you've got to let those emotions free! 

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Tell us which classic song would make you cry in public and we'll tell you your best quality

Your Result...

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89 Comments

TheBobcaster 27 days ago
How about "Down to Seeds and Stems Again Blues" by Commander Cody and The Lost Planet Airmen? That's gotta be one of the saddest songs ever. The guy loses his girl, his house and his dog. And now he's down to . . . well, you know.
Charleshorse 1 month ago
Which classic song would make me cry in public? That would be Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, by Ohio Express because.......it's so terrible! LOL. And Sugar, Sugar by The Archies.
Wendy57 1 month ago
My best quality is my sense of humor.
I have been told that, surprisingly. 😁
JHP 1 month ago
another scary quiz:)

The song that gets me is "Beautiful" by Gordon Lightfoot

Moverfan 1 month ago
Took the quiz today (2/25) and got honesty. Took it the other day and got loyalty. Make up your minds, people...
soonersjlg Moverfan 1 month ago
Did you answer all the same answers or did you change some of them the second time you took it? I mean if you changed some of the answers then I could see you getting a different result.
FlaFeral 1 month ago
I like, totally never heard of at least, um, alot of these songs. EENEE MEENEE Miny MOE'D it!

Your best quality is your kindness
You always have a good word for everyone, and people feel welcome in your presence!
Hopefully that part is right. I do try!!??
soonersjlg FlaFeral 1 month ago
Same here. Surprisingly, didn't know most of the songs.
texasluva 1 month ago
Your best quality is your sense of humor
You brighten even the darkest days with a good joke, and can get anyone laughing!
KJExpress texasluva 1 month ago
I can attest to that, Tex! 😀
spider 1 month ago
There are some sad stories behind all of these songs. There is only one that is truly heartbreaking. That would be Eric Clapton and the song that came after the heartbreaking death of his son. It doesn't get any worse than that. On the other end of the spectrum, if the song "What A Wonderful World" was listed, I may be inclined to take the quiz. That song always brings a tear to me eyes. Can't muster up enough tears to complete this quiz, Guess I'll have to sit this one out. See you on the next one.
canttouchthis 1 month ago
for once they got it right
A Sense of Humor..

saddest song for me and brings me to tears thinking about it..
"Landslide"
Sung by my Nephews Wife at my Mothers Funeral Service,
And
Was a contestant on American Idol..
the rest of the song, some have a special meaning in my life,
some good and some not so Good.
72doug 1 month ago
My best quality is my kindness!
Kramden62 1 month ago
IMHO, the saddest song I've ever heard has to be Stevie Nicks' "After the Glitter Fades," from January 1982 (it was the third single from her debut solo album, "Bella Donna"). Something about it seems to conjure up images of saying goodbye to either a friend or loved one
(most likely underscored by that sad-sounding steel guitar heard behind Ms. Nicks' vocal).

Most of the songs mentioned above seemed rather tame to me.
THOMASTERRYJR 1 month ago
I was given the "Loyalty" badge. But seriously, have you ever been in public, a supermarket, retail store, sporting event, car repair waiting room, where there is music playing and you see someone standing or sitting there crying because one of the songs mention in the quiz is playing?
Ira1213 1 month ago
Humor, pretty much spot on. Not sure how they determined it!
riethmeier 1 month ago
“Your best quality is your kindness.”
HA! Try again, Me TV!
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