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CRY (Frank Musker / Garth Murphy) Tanya Tucker - 1982 I heard her cry at night, I heard him slam the door There was a screech of tires, but he'll be back for sure Now through my apartment wall Well I can hear the sweet tears startin' to fall So cry, baby, wash out your heart Hang your life out to dry and make a new start Then came the telephone ring, it was the logical thing I left it for awhile, I let him hang up and redial And then I picked up the telephone And I said don't worry, honey no, no, no, no, no, no, you're not alone So cry, baby, wash out your heart Hang your life out to dry and make a new start I really feel for you and what you're going through And this sad situation, it's all part of this sentimental education (Instrumental Break) This is a tale of woe, you've heard it all before There's nothing I can say to ever ease the pain But still I picked up that telephone (Picked up the telephone) And I said don't worry, honey, no, no, no, no, no, no, you're not alone So cry, baby, wash out your heart Hang your life out to dry and make a new start Cry, baby, wash out your heart Hang your life out to dry and make a new start Ooh, cry, baby, wash out your heart Hang your life out to dry and make a new start Cry, baby............FADE (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2013)

    


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