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Music

High Five

Nick Urata on a few songs that get him choked up

I am not ashamed to admit that DeVotchKa has made me cry in a concert hall. It usually happens when the band performs “You Love Me.” There’s just something overwhelming about the way frontman Nick Urata, his voice wistful but heavy with regret, sings this verse about a former flame:

And, oh my Lord, how you’ve grown

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