Cry Baby

Album: The Lady Killer (2011)
Charted: 58
  • Yeah, let me hold you
    Don't cry baby

    If this makes you cry
    Girl I didn't mean it
    Next time I should lie
    The truth is inconvenient
    I bet if you try
    You could live without me
    I really don't know why
    You bother to cry about me

    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    I guess that I'm the bad guy now (I guess that I'm the bad guy now)
    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    And just like all the other ones (and just like all the other ones)
    Cry, cry baby, oh

    I hate to see you cry
    Sad to say I've seen it
    We should say goodbye
    And this time really mean it
    When some time goes by
    I'm sure that you'll feel better
    But if she needs to cry
    Then maybe I should let her

    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    I guess that I'm the bad guy now (I guess that I'm the bad guy now)
    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    And just like all the other ones (and just like all the other ones)
    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby) oh

    Now, help me find a way, yeah
    What more, can I say, to you

    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    I guess that I'm the bad guy now (I guess that I'm the bad guy now)
    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    And just like all the other ones (and just like all the other ones)
    Cry (cry) cry baby (cry baby)
    Build a wall around your heart (lalalalalala)
    Cry, cry baby
    Baby

    Ohh, ohh, ohh (just like all the other ones)
    Oh-ohh, ohh, ohh (just like all the other ones)
    Cry baby, cry baby (lalalalalala)
    Whenever she cry baby, cry baby
    Ah-ohh!
    Don't cry baby Writer/s: Rick Nowels, Thomas Callaway
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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