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Del Shannon – Two Kind Of Teardrops lyrics

There are two kinds of teardrops (two kinds of teardrops)
That I know you can cry (two kinds of teardrops)
One is known as lonely teardrops (two kinds of teardrops)
That come when lovers say goodbye

I know the last lover you had
He let you down and treated you bad
I know he made you cry, oh yeah
I know he made you cry-y-y-y-y
Those lonely teardrops

But thereґs another kind of teardrop (two kinds of teardrops)
That I know you can cry (two kinds of teardrops)
And theyґre known as happy teardrops (two kinds of teardrops)
That come from feeling good inside

Iґll make you cry those tears of joy
Iґll mend the heart he nearly destroyed
Iґm gonna make you cry, but donґt worry
Iґm gonna make you cry-y-y-y-y
Those happy teardrops

I know your little heart has suffered in vain
He hurt you over and over again
But he wonґt hurt you any more, so
Just forget the lonely past
And the romance that didnґt last
And dry those lonely teardrops from your eyes
(From your eyes)



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