I am crying my eyes out while listening to music?

I'm a 38 years old man. I'm listening to music by John Denver, America, and David Gates... and I am crying my eyes out because they make me think of how short life is, and how one day I won't be around for my wife, my son, and my mom.

Is It Normal?
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  • I like listening to golden oldies from the 60' and 70's but I remember the happy times and smile. I can't stand most of today's so called music. Gimme that good old rock and roll and a joint and I'm good!!!!

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  • I understand. I am 40 years old and I can't listen to certain songs without tearing up. Put on Love, Me by Collin Raye and I can't hold back the tears.

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  • I completely understand my friend.

    I can't count the number of times per day that music moves something in me.

    Music is the most universal of the arts.
    If anyone tells you they have never been moved by song they're lying.

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    • Thank-you for understanding.

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  • Maybe try listening to something else

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  • The songs that made me cry when I first heard them are My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion and All That You Are by The Goo Goo Dolls.

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  • I don't know if it's normal, but I never listen to sad/slow music because it makes me sad. I don't cry but it depresses me severely. It reminds me of all the things I've done to feel guilty about in my life. So I won't listen to it.

    One of my most hated songs is Phil Collins you'll be in my heart. I smashed my laptop over that one lol

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  • ;'(

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