"Cry on Your Own Shoulder" as written by and David Frederick Wakeling....
Don`t you think that you`ve already done enough?
Doesn`t your mouth ever stop
Soft focusing on what you insist on calling love?
Well I hope it comes along to shut you up

It`s a sad but natural fact
There`s something deep inside
That stays lonely forever
It`s a sad but lonely fact
It all comes right in time
Don`t cry on your own shoulder
Cry on your own shoulder
Cry on your own shoulder

Don`t fight it`s just a feeling like the rest
Tell me what else had you expected
A less array of wide and ever opening doors?
Hah!
You take that much that you can take no more

Now it`s a sad but natural fact
There`s something deep inside
That stays lonely forever
It`s a sad but natural fact
It`s just a waste of time
Don`t cry on, don`t cry on, don`t cry on
Cry on your own shoulder
Cry on your own shoulder
Cry on your own shoulder

Couldn`t even lie straight in your bed
Reach out for yet another, another cigarette
Oh help me to forget
The sting of remembering things
Was that the dreadful sirens call?
Get up and watch the buildings start to fall
Look if we don`t set our minds
To try and save this pretty world
Soon there won`t be anything left

Don`t you think that you`ve already done enough?
Stop soft focusing on what you insist on calling love
Well I hope it comes along to shut you up
To shut you up, shut you up, just to shut you up

Look it`s a sad but natural fact
Natural fact, natural fact
There`s something deep inside
That stays lonely forever
It`s a sad but natural fact
It`s a pantomime
Don`t cry on, don`t cry on, don`t cry on
Cry on your own shoulder
Cry on your own shoulder
Don`t cry on your own shoulder


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"Cry on Your Own Shoulder" as written by David Frederick Wakeling

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