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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date:  September 9, 1997  Realigned: February 7, 2003
Album: Highway 101
Written by: John Scott Sherrill\Don Devaney


       CRY, CRY, CRY           Highway 101


Intro

 D
It's just a little creek now but when the rain comes down
 G                       D
It's gonna be a ragin' river
D                           A    D
I just heard my baby say goodbye He left me here holding back my tears
G               D                                A                     Db D
Now he's gone forever The dam's gonna break and I'm a-gonna cry, cry, cry.

Chorus:
            G
I'm a-gonna cry and I don't care who sees
    D
I wonder if he knows what he's done to me
           G
I'm gonna love that boy till the day I die
  D                           A         Db    D
Until the day I do I'm gonna cry, cry, cry

                        LEAD
 D                                         G                   D
Now he's gone the pain's comin' on  I can feel my whole body shakin'
                                   A     D
Lookee here now what's this in my eyes  All I hear, ringing in my ear, 
          G                D          
is the sound of my heart breakin' 
                        A                     Db D
The dam's gonna break, I'm a-gonna cry, cry, cry
                    
Chorus.           Repeat last line of chorus for ending  Chorus.



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