MR CRY

Blackhawkwings

                                    MR CRY (by Jimmy Walker)

                                                              

             Mr. Cry, oh, oh Mr. Cry, oh what a sad guy. All the neighbors call him poor Ole' Mr. Cry;

             HE LOST HIS TRUE LOVE; SHE LEFT HIM WITH A RIVER OF TEARS, POOR MR. CRY.

             Oh, oh Mr. Cry, when will you wipe away the tears from your eyes, turn the pain around:

             Mr. Cry, all the neighbors see the tears and feel your daily expression of lasting pain.

             She brought you much unexpected and intentional pain and ever-increasing teary eyes.

             Oh, oh Mr. Cry. Poor Ole' Mr. Cry, what an unfortunate time,

             you just cry all the time and like a she was the only love ever here. Wipe away your tears.

             No, you never knew why she said goodbye, neighbors believe you were a fool to believe her;

             Oh, oh, oh Mr. Cry that no count woman left you for another man, left you looking like a cloud.

             Don't waste any more time, just crying, crying all the time. Mr cry, neighbors say you'll never be the same:

             And you'll just be alone, an island of sadness and heartbreak through and through. 

             Why, oh why Mr. Cry why you continue to cry?  Ask yourself why do you feel you lost love.

             Mr. Cry you weren't the only one for you, she lost a good guy and you that guy.

             So, Mr. Cry no more crying, be that lucky guy, look at the beautiful sky above;

             And, be thankful she didn't take the thing you treasure most.

             Mr. Cry you still have your heart and soul to share to a future woman made just for you.

             Mr. Cry, oh Mr. Cry,  I say you're such a lucky ole' guy.    - by Jimmy Walker

              

  • Author: Jim Blackhawkwings (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 2nd, 2019 12:29
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 25
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