i was listening to Pharcyde just the other day, Runnin' is a great song.
as much as i love the Pharcyde original version, i think the cover without the verses in it is great, it is a lot more mellow than the original. both versions are pretty awesome.
For sure Vincent and Time in a Bottle by Jim Croche made me cry when I was a kid. Also when my sister used to play Stairway to Heaven on the piano I would cry uncontrollably even without the lyrics. She would ask me why and I really didn't have a clue other than the music sounded so lonely. Which reminds me, the Beatles All the Lonely People made me cry too.
As an adult I only tear up for sentimental reasons such as Moon River (because it was my parents song and they have both passed away) or because I'm touched by the beauty of a song. The first time I heard the Cocteau Twins Alice (LONG BEFORE the Lovely Bones came out). YouTube - Cocteau Twins - Alice (Lyrics)
I also wept through a live performance of Paganini once.