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​Don't Cry To Me

This song is by Elkie Brooks and appears on the album Inspiration (1989).

Here we stand like on the last goodbye
In the same way you say the same old words
So baby, you can leave me now
And cry like it's hurting, like you know how
Remember darling what I say
When she leaves you will pay

Baby, baby, don't cry to me
Baby, when she's left you alone
Don't cry to me
It ain't like it used to me
Ain't gonna be the fool
Who waits for her love to butt out
When she sets you free
Don't cry to me

As the night falls
And you leave me all alone
Oh yeah, I'm down
But I will survive
You know there could be that day
When love has burned out
She will fly away
When she no longer appears
Whos' gonna dry your tears

Baby, baby, don't cry to me
Baby, when she's left you alone
Don't cry my name, hear me baby
Don't you even phone
Ain't gonna be the fool
Who waits for her love to butt out
When she sets you free
Don't cry to me

So you can take your freedom
If that's what you need
I'm gonna hurt, yeah
But I ain't gonna bleed
But who is gonna be there
To listen to you plead
I'm the one will need
(The one you will need)

Don't cry to me
Baby, when she's left you alone
Don't cry my name
Don't you even phone
Ain't gonna be the fool
Who waits for her love to butt out
When she sets you free
Don't cry to me

(So you turn and you leave me now)
(I'll get over you somehow)
(But when she sets you free)
(Now don't you cry to me)
Don't cry to me

(No use in holding on)
(If you say your love has gone)
(So you walk out that door)
(Don't call me anymore)
Don't call me no more

(You turn and leave me now)
(But I'll let over you somehow)
(So when she sets you free)
(Now don't you cry to me)
Don't cry to me

(No use in holding on)
(If you say your love has gone)
(So you walk out that door)
(Don't call me anymore)