"Cry Baby Cry" as written by John Lennon and Paul Mccartney....
Cry baby cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.

The king of Marigold was in the kitchen
Cooking breakfast for the queen.
The queen was in the parlor playing piano
For the children of the king.

Cry baby cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.

The king was in the garden picking flowers
For a friend who came to play.
The queen was in the playroom painting pictures
For the children's holiday.

Cry baby cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.

The duchess of Kilcardy always smiling
And arriving late for tea.
The duke was having problems with the message
At the local Bird and Bee.

Cry baby cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.

At twelve o'clock a meeting 'round the table
For a sentence in the dark.
With voices out of nowhere put on specially
By the children for a lark.

Cry baby cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.
Cry cry,
Make your mother sigh.
She's old enough to know better,
So cry baby cry.


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"Cry Baby Cry" as written by John Winston Lennon John Lennon

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