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Writer: autry inman
Artist: hank williams
Contributed by: felton hall

This song is hard to pick out on the copy I have. It is pretty scratchy
And a couple of the words I have for lyrics in here may be wrong but I
Think they are right. Email greg if you see a problem with it.

I cried again key: g

(g)teardrops (c)fell the night you (g)said
I love you dear but you are (d)wed
I (g)watched you (c)as you held his (g)hand
Then I turned (d)away and cried again

[Chorus:]
I (c) cried again when I reached (g)home
There sat your picture all a(d)lone
I (g)thought of (c)things that might have (g)been
I bowed my (d)head and cried a(g)gain

I took your letters from the shelf
Then read aloud just to myself
But just before I reached the end
I bowed my head and cried again

Chorus

And heres the reason why I say
Dear, I must throw your things away
For they would only bring me pain
And I'd bow my head and cry again

Chorus



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/h/hank_williams/i_cried_again.html

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