So I was sitting in my East Asian Ethical Thought lecture earlier this morning, daydreaming and what not, and then for some reason or other, Rush's "Nobody's Hero" started playing through my mind. So, after class I grabbed a burger at Carl's Jr. and came back to my room. I slapped in the Counterparts CD, and went to track 4. About a minute into the song, I started singing along and found myself on the verge of tears. Now, I've always thought it was a really touching song and if I ever found out that an old friend who I had lost touch with over the years had passed away, I would undoubtedly have that song in rotation on my stereo or discman, but this has never happened to me before. Maybe it's in combination with the crappy weather we're having here in LA right now, even though it's a lot nicer than Hong Kong during rainy season. I dunno, just thought I'd share that with y'all. Anyone else have any other stories of music moving them to tears for no reason that they could see (at the time)?