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Im So Lonesome I Could Cry - Johnny Cash - Im So Lonesome I Could Cry (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Lyrics to "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" by JOHNNY CASH: Hear that lonesome whippoorwill? / He sounds too blue to fly. / The midnight train is whining low: / I'm so lonesome I could cry. / I've never seen a night so long, / When time goes crawling by. / The moon just went behind a cloud, / To hide its face and cry.
  2. I'm so lonesome I could cry. I've never seen a night so long, When time goes crawling by. The moon just went behind a cloud To hide its face and cry. Did you ever see a robin weep, When leaves begin to die? That means he's lost the will to live. I'm so lonesome I could cry. The silence of a falling star Lights up a purple sky. And as I wonder.
  3. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 3/4 Johnny Cash/Lyle Lovett Hank Williams Standard Tuning No Capo Transcribed by Ken Lee Errors or Corrections to [email protected] Intro: Last Line Instrumental C / / Am / C Hear that / lonesome / Whipoor - / will, / C / Am / C / C7 He / sounds too / blue to / fly, / / F / / Am / C The / midnight / train is / whinin' / low, / C / G7 / C / I'm so / lonesome / I could.
  4. Im So Lonesome I Could Cry. Sitemap. Lounging - BMP (3) - Waiting In His Office (CDr, Album), Chihuahua (XTN Remix) - DJ BoBo - Pirates Of Dance Album (CD, Album), Le Grand Amour - Michel Conte - Chante Conte (Vinyl, LP), Good News - Les Sympas - Negro Spirituals (Vinyl), Viel Zu Weit Weg - M.D.W. - Der Himmel Ist Offen (Cassette, Album), How High The Moon - Duke Ellington - The World .
  5. I'm so lonesome I could cry. I've never seen a night so long, When time goes crawling by. The moon just went behind a cloud, To hide its face and cry. Did you ever see a Robin weep, When leaves begin to die? That means he's lost his will to live. I'm so lonesome I could cry. Instrumental break. The silence of a falling star, Lights up a purple sky.
  6. Nov 18,  · I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 3/4 Johnny Cash/Lyle Lovett Hank Williams Standard Tuning No Capo Transcribed by Ken Lee Errors or Corrections to [email protected] [Intro] Last Line Instrumental C / / Am / C Hear that / lonesome / Whipoor - / will, / C / Am / C / C7 He / sounds too / blue to / fly, / / F / / Am / C The / midnight / train is / whinin.
  7. Al Green’s Call Me is one of the best soul records of the ’70s – in fact, it’s one of the best records of the ’70s, period. In addition to hits like “Here I Am (Come and Take Me)” and the title track, Green does wonders with “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” making it so silky smooth it nearly dissolves – but he never forgets the pain inherent in the sorrow, no matter how.

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