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Jim Reeves – Crying Is My Favorite Mood lyrics

Why do I sit and cry every day
Knowing in my heart it's rude
I know I'm lonely since you've gone away
And crying is my favorite mood.

Why should I stay awake every night
Just living in this solitude
Could it be I just don't care since you've gone away
And crying is my favorite mood.

I can't resist these silly things
I do can't rule my heart anymore
If I can't hold your hand in mine once again
And have those goodnight kisses we shared at your door.

Then you know why I sit and cry every day
Wishing love could be renewed
If I must be tortured by days gone by
Then crying is my favorite mood.

I can't resist these little silly things
I do can't rule my heart anymore
If I can't hold your hand in mine once again
And have those goodnight kisses we shared at your door.

Crying is my favorite mood...



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