The Nixons - Don't Cry This is a fairly simple song. I'm not sure of the words exactly, since they aren't printed in the insert. This song is played tuned down 1/2 step. I just listened to the song to get the tuning right, but I am sure that it is 1/2 a step down. The C with a * beside it is a different fingering. If you know how to play Sister then it's the same C in that song, but for those who don't here's the fingering: C* - 0 3 2 0 3 0 G - 3 2 0 0 0 3 Em - 0 2 2 0 0 0 C - 0 3 2 0 1 0 D5 - 0 0 0 2 3 0 G Em C If you ever turn, if you ever stop, and ask the question G Em C If you only knew the right question G Em C Take a look around, you're the only one still here G Em C And the lights went out hours ago Pre-Chorus D5 C* It all started out, so innocent D5 C Is where we are so wrong? Chorus G D5 Em C* Don't cry, I only hurt you once and then you walk away G D5 C Just try to learn to stay Verse 2 G Em C If you ever go to another place just know I'm trying G Em C To keep what I can together G Em C I'm seeing for a time, I can never fill the empty space that you G Em C Keep inside to be more alone Pre-Chorus D5 C* It all started out so innocent D5 C Is where we are so wrong? Chorus G D5 Em C* Don't cry, I only hurt you once and then you walk away G Em C Just try to learn to stay Chorus x2 Bridge D5 C* I know the clouds are coming (but it's not enough to tell) D5 C* The way the sunlight's burning (it brings another day) D5 C* Don't go (don't go) no matter what I say Guitar Solo Just play G Em C Pre-Chorus Chorus x2 Then there's kind of an ending verse G D5 Em C* I wanted to see you just one last time before your flight G D5 Em C* I wanted to be your fuse on the fourth of July G D5 Em C* I wanted to see you just one last time before you go G D5 Em C* I wanted to only, let you know Then play G Em C a few times repeating the words "let you know" every once in a while, and then end on G.