My Heart Cries for You

Album: The Definitive Guy Mitchell (1950)
Charted: 2
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  • (My heart cries for you)
    (Sighs for you, dies for you)
    (And my arms long for you)
    (Please come back to me)

    If you're in Arizona, I'll follow you
    If you're in Minnesota, I'll be there too
    You'll have a million chances to start anew
    Because my love is endless for you

    My heart cries for you
    Sighs for you, dies for you
    My arms long for you
    Please come back to me

    An unimportant quarrel was what we had
    We have to learn to live with the good and bad
    Together we were happy, apart we're sad
    This loneliness is driving me mad

    My heart cries for you
    Sighs for you, dies for you
    My arms long for you
    Please come back to me

    Please come back to me
    Please come back, come back, come back to me

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 22, 1964, Ray Charles' "Baby, Don't You Cry" entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #83; four weeks later on March 15th it peaked at #39 {for 1 weeks} and it spent 7 weeks on the chart {it reached #7 on Billboard's Hot R&B Singles chart}...
    The record's B-Side, "My Heart Cries for You", also made the Top 100, it made it to #38 and to #9 on the R&B Singles chart.
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