Cryin' My Heart Out Over You
Written by Carl Butler, Louise Certain, Gladys Stacey Flatt & Marijohn Wilkin




Off somewhere the music's playing soft and low,
And another holds the one that I love so,
I was blind I could not see,
That you meant the world to me,
But like a fool I stood and watched you go.


Now I'm crying my heart out over you,
Those blue eyes now they smile at someone new,
Ever since you went away,
I die a little more each day,
'cause I'm crying my heart out over you.


Each night, I climb the stairs up to my room,
It seems I hear you whisper in the gloom,
I miss your picture on the wall,
And your footsteps in the hall,
While I'm crying my heart out over you.

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