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Cry Me A River:Julie London
 9 on the Pop charts in 1955.
One of the best singers AND song,
ever,in my humble opinion.

(Slow blues)


[Verse 1]

A7                 Am7
Now you say you're lonely,
Dm7         G7          C
You cry the whole night through,
E     E7      A7              Am7
Well, you can cry me a river, cry me a river,
Dm7       E7         Am  E E7
I cried a river over you.


[Verse 2]

A7                 Am7
Now you say you're sorry,
Dm7       G7     C
For bein' so un..true,
E     E7      A7              Am7
Well, you can cry me a river, cry me a river,
Dm7       E7         Am
I cried a river over you.


[CHORUS]

Am7           E7               Dm7       E7
You drove me, nearly drove me, out of my head,
E     Am        Dm7    E7
while you never shed a tear.
Am7        E   E7     Dm7          E7
Remember...I remember all that you said...
Am7                  Am
told me love was too plebeian,
Am7              Am           Bb7  E7
told me you were through with me...and...


[Verse 3]

A7              Am7
Now you say you love me,
Dm7           G7        C
Well, just to prove you do,
E    E7     A7              Am7
Come on and cry me a river, cry me a river,
Dm7       E7         Am  Dm7 E7..Bb7 E7 Am
I cried a river over you.


[CHORUS]

Am7           E7               Dm7       E7
You drove me, nearly drove me, out of my head,
E     Am        Dm7    E7
while you never shed a tear.
Am7        E   E7     Dm7          E7
Remember...I remember all that you said...
Am7                  Am
told me love was too plebeian,
Am7              Am           Bb7  E7
told me you were through with me...and...


[Verse 3]

A7              Am7
Now you say you love me,
Dm7           G7        C
Well, just to prove you do,
E    E7     A7              Am7
Come on and cry me a river, cry me a river,
Dm7       E7         Am  Dm7 E7..Bb7 E7 Am
I cried a river over you.
Am7       Dm7    E7    Am  Dm7 E7..Bb7 E7 Am
I cried a river..over..you(x3).


A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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chelz 173 Sep 24, 2012 08:29 AM

I think it sounds better/easier to sing to with the capo on 4th...but I might be wrong

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Sep 24, 2012 11:26 PM

Whatever sounds good is OK by me. KK.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Sep 19, 2016 02:43 AM

Found the sheet music for this, finally, and my tab is pretty accurate.
It's in the Key A and I admit it's a difficult piece to get the
right timing on. A friend, who's a guitar ACE, played it through and
said it sounded fine to him, except for the odd chord not quite in the right place. I will place them where he suggested but he also said it doesn't really ruin the tab for anyone who can play guitar.

But this dim-witted ****hole, (aron360) gave it a 1 star rating. This tells
me he/she/it knows nothing about music. NOTHING!
So, (aron360) thanks for nothing. GFY. KK.

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