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This continued to occur for their single Never Never, and many fans wondered if the new album would be any good. However, the new album seems to have received praise from many fans for returning to their Nu-Metal roots
Tear Jerker: "Daddy". The singer himself starts crying. The entire song is about child abuse. He comes close to it again in "Kill You", about his step mom.
He also cries a little bit at the end of "Holding All These Lies." Of course, considering that Remember Who You Are was all about returning to form, one can't help but question if this bit of crying was genuine or done for the sake of nostalgia.
Pretty sure the crying in "Holding All These Lies" is genuine. An interview by Revolver reveals this is the first time Jon has cried during recording since Life is Peachy.
They also made a song called Tearjerker which was the final song for See You On The Other Side.