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Don’t Call Me Cryin’




We’ve seen a lot of pain
We’ve weathered a lot of storms
Fell asleep in the moonlight
But that rooster never crowed at dawn

I wish that I had ears
To hold all the troubles in your mouth
But some things get lost, honey
And some things can’t be found

We’re just strangers passing each other on the side of the road
Just strangers, in the checkout line at the grocery store
And I have no answers so what do you keep doing this for?
Don’t call me crying, don’t call me crying no more

I hate to be course
But you had your chance to complain
All those times on your front porch
When I was on my knees, on my face

But when a house burns down
You rebuild or move away
It’s not your fault for being broken
It’s your fault for choosing to stay

We’re just strangers passing each other on the side of the road
Just strangers, in the checkout line at the grocery store
And I have no answers so what do you keep doing this for?
Don’t call me crying, don’t call me crying no more