Category: Classical

  1. Zulkitaxe Reply
    Don't let the sun catch you cryin' The night-time shadows disappear And with them go all your tears For the morning will bring joy For every girl and boy So don't let the sun catch you cryin' We know that cryin's not a bad thing But stop your cryin' when the birds sing It may be hard to discover That you've been left for another.
  2. Vira Reply
    Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying (Live / ) Lyrics: Don't let the sun catch you cryin' / Cryin' on my front door / You done daddy dirty now / And honey he ain't gonna love you no more / And.
  3. Kagar Reply
    And honey he ain't gonna love you no more.?? And don't let the sun catch you cryin', Cryin' on my front door, You done daddy dirty now? And honey he don't love you no more. Well you can cry, cry, cry, cry? Oh now baby, you can wail? You can bang your little head on the pavement? Till the man comes and throws you in jail. Don't let the sun catch.
  4. JoJorr Reply
    This is a good collection of music from Gerry and the Pacemakers. The sound is good too. The CD is made up of 2 LP albums; `Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" and Second Album'. Most of the music is not the well known songs of this group; it does not include Ferry /5(3).
  5. Kami Reply
    Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying features the group's first three British hits ("How Do You Do It," "You'll Never Walk Alone," and the title tune) and captures the band at its best, centered around Gerry Marsden's clear, agreeable vocals and the tight, upbeat sound of the boygarpcesapipatouskontgetdispcorte.coinfo: $
  6. Nelar Reply
    Peter from Melbourne, Australia Gerry did write "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying" in - as is the case with quite a number of songs, another by the same title was written in by Joe Greene - a hit for Louis Jordan & the Tympany Five - they are totally different Songs both in lyric & music - just as "Stuck On You" by Elvis & "Stuck On.
  7. Zurn Reply
    Blues: Songwriter(s) Joe Greene "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'" is a song written by Joe Greene and released in by Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five. The song was recorded by Ray Charles, and appeared in his 's album The Genius of Ray Charles.
  8. Faekinos Reply
    Wild Women Don't Sing The Blues: A2: Come Back, Baby: A3: Brother, Can You Spare A Dime: A4: Mama Goes Where Papa Goes: A5: Baltimore Oriole: A6: Miss Brown To You: B1: He Was A Friend Of Mine: B2: Blues On The Ceiling: B3: I'm Going To Live The Life I Sing About In My Song: B4: Things About Going My Way: B5: Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying.