"Judy's Turn To Cry" as written by Beverly Ross and Edna Lewis....
'Cause now it's Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
'Cause Johnny's come back
To me

Aww when Judy left with Johnny at my party (my party)
And came back wearing his ring
I sat down and cried my eyes out
Now that was a foolish thing

'Cause now it's Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
'Cause Johnny's come back
To me

Well it hurt me so to see them dance together
I felt like making a scene
Then my tears just felt like rain drops
'Cause Judy's smile was so mean

But now it's Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
'Cause Johnny's come back
To me

Oh one night I saw them kissing at a party
So I kissed some other guy
Johnny jumped up and he hit him
'Cause he still loved me that's why

So now it's Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
'Cause Johnny's come back
To me

So now it's Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
Judy's turn to cry
'Cause Johnny's come back


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"Judy's Turn to Cry" as written by Edna Lewis Beverly Ross

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    General CommentSo Johnny gets to bang them both, but he still has anger management problems, as he's probably some asshole jock with a small dick. Lesley should kick his sorry ass to the curb.
    posterwithnonameon May 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think its an interesting song. its a nice little follow-up to "it's my Party". Guess the question remaining is- "did she keep johnny or break up with him soon after getting him back?" and yes I know that lesley gore is a lesbian i'm reffering to the character in the song taking "johnny" back. but all in all this was and is a very good song done by a very good artist.
    aaliyah4everon February 19, 2010   Link

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