"Boys Don't Cry (Cover of The Cure)" as written by Robert James Smith, Michael Stephen Dempsey and Laurence Andrew Tolhurst....
I would say I'm sorry if I thought
That it would change your mind
But I know that this time I have said
Too much, been too unkind

So I try to laugh about it
Cover it all up with lies
I try to laugh about it
Hiding the tears in my eyes
'Cause boys don't cry
Boys don't cry

I would break down at your feet
And beg forgiveness, plead with you
But I know that it's too late
And now there's nothing I can do

So I try to laugh about it
Cover it all up with lies
I try to laugh about it
Hiding the tears in my eyes
'Cause boys don't cry
Boys don't cry

I would tell you that I loved you
If I thought that you would stay
But I know that it's no use
That you've already gone away

Misjudged your limits
Pushed you too far
Took you for granted
I thought that you needed me more

Now I would do most anything
To get you back by my side
But I just keep on laughing
Hiding the tears in my eyes
'Cause boys don't cry
Boys don't cry, boys don't cry



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"Boys Don't Cry" as written by Michael Stephen Dempsey Laurence Andrew Tolhurst

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