"Tears In Your Cup" as written by Benjamin Joseph Levin, Mike E. Love, Brian Douglas Wilson, Katy Perry, Lukasz Gottwald, Martin Max, Bonnie Leigh Mckee, Joshua Emanuel Coleman, Ester Dean, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik...
By nature you are quiet
Your shyness leaves your wisdoms on the floor
So if I want to hear you talk I
See you when you're under your favourite spell

I always thought that there were
Tears in your mug
But years went by and I never saw you cry
It's you and the Yardbirds, you on your own
Drinking wine
And I can't turn the volume down
Now it's "anything and more for your love"
And why would I deny you the fun?

Expelled the Marxist ghost
The cynical consumerist remains
I suppose I want to be depressed when I
See you when you're under your favourite spell

I always thought that there were
Tears in your mug
But years went by and I never saw you cry
It's you, Ten Years After and a
Bottle of scotch
In your tobacco jacket out in the cold
You raise your glass and indulge in "Love like a man"
And why would I deny you the fun?
Why would I deny you the fun?

It's you and the Stones now sharing
Some alcohol
You'll have whatever Keith has
And I always thought that there were
Tears in your mug
Under a blanket, out in the cold
Sing along will you, "this will be the last time"
But then again, why deny you the fun?
Then again, why deny you the fun?


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"Tears in Your Cup" as written by Mike E. Love Benjamin Joseph Levin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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