Short Stories, Poems and Life

The Cryin’ Blues

I CRY ALL NIGHT, I CRY ALL DAY BUT I CAN’T CRY THESE BLUES AWAY

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I CRY IN THE MORNING, NIGHT TIME TOO BUT I JUST CAN’T GET OVER YOU

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I CRY FOR ALL I’M WORTH CRY SO HARD MY EYEBALLS HURT

I GOT THE CRYIN BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I CAN’T STOP CRYIN WHAT’LL I DO I TRY BUT I CAN’T GET OVER YOU

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

TO FORGET YOU I’LL JUST LEAVE THIS TOWN IF I DON’T STOP CRYIN’ I’M GONNA DROWN

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

SOME TIMES I WONDER WHAT’S THE USE JUST SPEND MY LIFE

WITH THE CRYIN’ BLUES

I GOT THE CRYIN’ BLUES

Words/Music by Bob Evans

© Robert A Evans

8 thoughts on “The Cryin’ Blues

    1. Hi Roth. This is a song, Many of my poems I put to music and as soon as I can figure out how to put them on the internet you can listen to the music. I have one song- Will you still love me in the morning that’s beautiful and when I get it out I know someone will want it and that’s what I’m hoping will be my legacy for my children and grandchildren. Bob Evans

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    1. I play the piano. I tried to learn the guitar and took a few lessons from a great guitar man but after a half dozen lessons realized it would take years for me to be any good. I could never learn to play the F chord. I was told my fingers were to fat so I bought a wider neck guitar still no F chord. so I gave up on the guitar. The problem with the piano is I can’t carry it to every gig. I’ve tried the keyboard but without the sustaining pedal I didn’t feel comfortable playing it. .I have about 45 song poems copywritten. When it comes time to listen to the music I have one great story to tell how I got scamed on my first recording. Thanks for your comments. Bob Evans

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      1. How interesting! I learned to play the guitar by ear when I was in college. “Three chords and a minor!” I have played for fifty years starting with folk songs and some classic country. It has been a great joy to play with others Perhaps you could have started learning the guitar in the key of G or D and you would not have had to play the F chord. Simply use a capo and move it up a few frets to play in the Key of C! Sounds like you have done well on the piano!

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