Alone just sitting there
Thinking of you till it hurts
You're young so innocent
Without a care in the world

You're there but not visible
My expectations become

Do you think it's right?
And do you think it's right?
Crying in the night
For crying in the night
(Oh in the night)

My road was different
There's so much that you have to learn
A little hand in mine
And all the smiles and laughter is fine

Wherever I'll be, land or sea
I will care for you

Do you think it's right?
And do you think it's right?
Crying in the night
For crying in the night
(Oh in the night)

Each day provides it's own gifts
Time brings all to pass
Writing comes more easily
When you've got something to say

You're young and beautiful
Have no enemy but time
In time, take time
When time does last

For time is no time
When time is passed

Do you think it's right?
And do you think it's right?
Crying in the night
For crying in the night
(Oh in the night)


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Crying In the Night Lyrics as written by Raymond George Hedges Martin Sean Brannigan

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