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Time To Cry lyrics and chords

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Time To Cry 
Recorded by Roy Orbison
Written by Bill Dees and Roy Orbison

I see through teardrops that old clock on the wall
A# C A# C F
The hands are far apart they tell me that my heart misses you
Fm F
And you're not with me
Gm C Gm C F
Guess it's time to cry yes it's time to cry

I hear the doorbell the postman just came by
A# C A# C F
All he ever brings are bills and nothing things oh no
Fm F
He returned your letter
Gm C Gm C F
And it's time to cry yes it's time to cry

C C7 A# F
Time to cry ever since you said goodbye
Am A# F C
Time to cry what else can I do but cry over you

I just can't stand it the telephone won't ring
A# C A# C F
The sun is out of sight another lonely night begins
Fm F
And you're not mine
Gm C Gm C A# F
Guess it's time to cry yes it's time to cry


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Time To Cry lyrics and chords