"Sister Don't Cry" as written by and Ed Roland....





Overseas through the air

Touched your heart down with care

All the thoughts left behind

Soon will catch you in time

Well if I could you know I would

Let salvation reign on you

So won't you push away

All this pain that you've been through

Yeah Sister don't cry

Sister don't cry no more

Sister don't cry anymore

While the scenes shuffle 'round

Let your world anchor down

Pull your heart from your sleeve

First react then believe

You won't always get thunder

To warn you of storms ahead

So bury all this pain

And get on with your life again

Conquer some serenity

Lay yourself in fields of poetry

Close you eyes to all you see

Lay your weary head here with me





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"Sister Don't Cry" as written by Ed Roland

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    General CommentI just heard Ed perform this song the other night and he said it was in support of a woman undergoing chemotherapy and that it was to encourage her and remind her to put her faith in God and fight to live.

    She's still around and healthy now.
    cooger72on December 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti never heard this song, is it like slipknot?
    Demon_Punkon December 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure what you're talking about. If you're referring to the band slipknot, I dont think so. Its just Ed singing with drums and piano/synthesizer. I'm not even sure if there's a guitar part. It's very quiet and vocally oriented.
    cooger72on December 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is obviously an uplifting song, the kind that you sing to someone who's been through a rough patch or had their spirit broken. One of Collective Soul's most underrated songs.
    Soundtallicaon April 28, 2016   Link

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