"You Never Cry Like A Lover" as written by and John Souther Donald Hugh Henley....
You never cry like a lover should
Sighing out loud when it feels real good
Or see the sky through the stone and wood
You never cry like a lover

I thought I saw somebody I loved
Sleeping deep inside you
If I could catch you in an unguarded moment
I'd stay right there beside you

You never smile at me late at night
Laugh out loud when we get it right
You can't get loose if there's too much light
You never smile like a lover

(Try a little harder) I can't live with you baby, can't live without it
(Try a little harder) Sometimes I believe in love, sometimes I doubt it

But your life goes on
Like a broken down carousel
Where somebody left the music on

I was hopin' you were the one
I was hopin' you were the one
I was hopin' you were the one
I was hopin' you were the one

You never move like you used to do
Pour it out when you're feelin' blue
Somebody must have put some pain on you
You never cry like a lover

You never cry like a lover
You never cry like a lover
You never cry like a lover
Cry like a lover
You never cry like a lover
Cry like a lover
You never cry like a lover


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"You Never Cry Like a Lover" as written by John Souther Donald Hugh Henley

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