"Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" as written by and Joe Greene....
Don't let the sun catch you cryin'
Cryin' at my front door
You done daddy dirty
He sure don't want you no more
Don't let the sun catch you lyin'
Lyin' at my front door
Daddy's done turned salty
And, baby, you made him so sore
You can cry, cry, cry
Yes, baby, you can wail
Beat your head on the pavement
Till the man comes and throws you in jail
Don't let the sun catch you cryin'
Cryin' at my front door
You done your daddy dirty
I tell you, he just don't want you no more

Don't let the sun catch you lyin'
Lyin' at my front door
Daddy's done turned salty
Baby, you made him so sore
Whoa, you know you done me dirty now
And I just don't want you no more


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"Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying" as written by Joe Greene

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    General CommentWell I guess I'll start the ball rolling here.....

    It pretty obvious really...It's the bitterness everyone feels when they are hurt by someone they care about. Obviously he wants this woman to feel the pain she caused him.
    RebelMC7on September 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthe's pissed at his old lover and wants her to get bent. but instead of saying it like that, he makes it sound all smooth and jazzy
    koshercracker28on October 22, 2009   Link

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