Music and tears seem to be accompaniments for Aussie men as a new survey has revealed that one in two Australian have been reduced to tears by a song.
While over three quarters of women have admitted to bursting into tears after hearing a song, 52 per cent of men have also admitted to crying.
The survey was conducted by Galaxy research for Sony Australia, reports News.com.au.
The Power of Sound survey also revealed that around one in four Australians have to listen to music while they are cooking and 34 per cent admit they couldn't drive for more than 2km without the stereo playing in their car.
The survey also revealed that 83 per cent associate times in their life with certain songs, while 36 per cent vowed they would not want to live without music.