"Cryin' In The Rain" as written by and Howard Greenfield Carole King....
In the twilight glow I see her blue eyes crying in the rain
As we kissed goodbye and parted I knew we'd never meet again
Love is like a dying ember only memories remain
Through the ages I'll remember blue eyes crying in the rain
Now my hair has turned to silver all my life I'd loved in vain
I can see her star in heaven blue eyes crying in the rain
Some day when we meet up yonder we'll stroll hand in hand again
In a land that knows no parting blue eyes crying in the rain
Blue eyes crying in the rain blue eyes crying in the rain


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"Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain" as written by Fred Rose

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    General CommentBefore I continue, I have a confession.
    I know NOTHING about the Everly Brothers.
    The reason I am here to interpret this song is because my favourite band A-ha (go check 'em out...they rock!) did a cover version of this, and i am a big believer in crediting the original artists of every song.....Here goes:
    This is a beautifull song, and so often I've felt this way myself, but I am nowhere near as noble.
    It's about a young man who, after having his love rejected by his sweetheart, cannot stop himself from crying.
    But since he loves her so much, and refuses to let her see how she has effected him, for fear of upseting her. He says he will spend his days outside in the rain while he crys, so as to hide the fact.
    Quite wonderfull. Such a shame life isnt like that anymore.....WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO ROMANCE FOLK!!!????
    Shadowsoal2000on January 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentStory of my life...
    spunkychickon August 14, 2011   Link

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