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9 thoughts on “ Cry Me A River

  1. “Cry Me a River” is Justin Timberlake ’s second single from his debut studio album, Justified (). It was an international smash, reaching the top 5 in the US, UK, Canada and Australia (and the.
  2. cry me a river Beside the bad singer's one, there is a classic, popular version of a song with this title published by Arthur Hamilton in and later performed by numerous other artists. Julie London's .
  3. cry (someone) a river Said sarcastically to someone whose whining, complaints, or tears fall on unsympathetic ears. Most often said as "cry me a river." You can cry me a river, but you're still not going to that party tonight!
  4. Watch the video for Cry Me A River from Joe Cocker's The Ultimate Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Cry me a river Cry me a river Cry me a river Cry me a river Know that they say That some things are better left unsaid It wasn't like you only talked to him and you know it (Don't act like you don't know it) All of these things people told me Keep messing with my head (Messing with my head) Should've picked honesty Then you may not have blown it.
  6. Introd: A7 Am7/F# F E Am A9 Am Dm7 G7 C E7 Now you say you're lonely, you cry the whole night through; A7 Am7/F# Well you can cry me a river, cry me a river, F E7 Am E7 I cried a river over you.A9 Am Dm7 G7 C E7 Now you say you're sorry for being so untrue; A7 Am7/F# Well you can cry me a river, cry me a river, F E7 Am7 I cried a river over you.
  7. After the song was cut from the film, Hamilton offered it to his high school girlfriend and Webb’s ex-wife, Julie London. London agreed to record it as a favor to Hamilton and as a final “f*** you”.
  8. Cry Me a River Lyrics: Now you say you're lonely / You cried the long night through / Well, you can cry me a river, cry me a river / I cried a river over you / Now you say you're sorry / For being so.
  9. Cry me a river is a song that was written by Arthur Hamilton. It was first recorded in According to sources, Hamilton said that he had never heard the phrase before. He thought that it was an interesting way to get his message across.

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