"It's a Cryin' Shame" as written by Dennis Earle Lambert and Brian Potter....
Love walked out the door
It's a cryin' shame we don't have it no more no more
Love walked out the door
It's a cryin' shame we don't have it no more no more

Readin' your letter I didn't know whether to call you up and talk again
When I saw the name it signed goin' through my mind
Was a memory of way back when
Now all that I can wish you is a good love baby sorry that it couldn't be me
Cause it felt so right if we held on tight I'd be with you tonight
We never should have our
Love walked out

I won't forget the summer my heart was like a drummer
Just beatin' every night away
Walkin' in the sun with you baby we were one
And our new love was really ours to stay
Now all I get to keep is a faded picture you belong to him today
And the memory of you and me is just a used to be we never should have our

Love walked out the door
It's a cryin' shame we don't have it no more no more
Love walked out the door
It's a cryin' shame we don't have it shame we don't have it
Live slips through my hands it's a cryin' shame I've been playin' no game
Love fell at my feet it's a cryin' shame and the bitter isn't the sweet
Oh oh I'm so sorry baby
Love walked out


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"It's a Cryin' Shame" as written by Dennis Earle Lambert Brian Potter

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