Tear Jerker: Vienna Teng
- "Passage" has made many people bawl. It starts out with the words "I died in a car crash two days ago". And the album performance is even more haunting than the live.
- "Daughter", apparently an unspoken message from a parent to a daughter. "Did you know you're so beautiful on the edge of summer that years from now, I'll cry to remember how very close you were?"
- Just reading this entry made me tear up.
- "Say Uncle" was written in memory of her uncle, who died when she was 16.
- Then there is "Blue Caravan".
- And also "Watershed".
- As well as "St. Stephen's Cross". Something about the lyric "And he closed his eyes and heard no sound / But her breathing warm against his mouth" can make one tear up.
- Recessional: "'Anyway,' she says, 'I'll see you around...'" and the wails that follow... such a beautiful tragedy.
- "Lullaby for a Stormy Night".
- "Eric's Song". I paid close attention to the lyrics, and have still have no clue what she's on about, although they seem happy enough, the song makes (me, at least) want to cry...
- "Antebellum": A very sad song about a once loving, once hopeful relationship that falls apart.
- "Radio": A song premised on a terrorist attack on San Francisco as seen by a doctor/first responder.
I'm sorry MamaI held on for as long as I couldI'm sorry PapaThere was nothing more I could do