"Man Don't Cry" as written by and Henry Priestman....
Times like these, I sit and wonder
Lord it really can't be right
That a love like theirs, so pure and so divine
Suffers one more lonely night

For her faith could move a mountain,
And make a blind man see.
She won't linger in the valley of despair,
As she fights to set him free.

So may his spirit never die,
Or his heart be broke in two,
For the faithful far and wide
See the daylight breaking through.
So man don't cry.

Such a clear case of injustice,
Matched with virtue unsurpassed.
How I long to hear the news that we all wait for,
Johnny's coming home at last.

So may his spirit never die,(don't let them take you),
Or his heart be broke in two,(don't let them break you)
For the faithful far and wide,(we'll never forsake you)
See the daylight breaking through,
So man don't cry.

I hope he knows he's still in our prayers,
I only hope he knows that they are people here who care.

So may his spirit never die,(don't let them take you)
Or his heart be torn in two,(don't let them break you),
For the faithful far and wide,(we'll never forsake you),
See the daylight breaking through
So man don't cry.


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"Man Don't Cry" as written by Henry Priestman

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