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Cry me a tear

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Cry me a tear. Wipe it away.
Does it make you feel better about that terrible day?

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Cry me a tear. Wipe again.
Good days we had. Will it ever be the same?

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 Cry me a tear. Maybe you don’t understand
what went on that day in that horrible stand.

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 Cry me a tear. Wipe it away
How come that tear keeps appearing each and every day?

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 Cry me a tear for the hurt and the cost.
The Kop is still silent for the people it lost.

6 Leave a comment on verse 6 0 Cry me a tear. We are still here.
Wipe it away but you won’t stop the tear.

7 Leave a comment on verse 7 0 Cry me a tear for the lads and the lasses.
We cross many borders and are loved by the masses.

8 Leave a comment on verse 8 0 Cry me a tear for the loud and the proud.
We won’t ever walk alone; even lost in a crowd.

9 Leave a comment on verse 9 0 Cry me a tear; I think not.
The 96 victims the media conveniently forgot.

10 Leave a comment on verse 10 0 Cry me a tear for the fans that survived.
Think of the grief and tears they hide.

11 Leave a comment on verse 11 0 Cry me a tear for the families that grieve.
With your help and mine lets hope they receive.

12 Leave a comment on verse 12 0 Cry me a tear for the faith and love they had.
With hope in their hearts, it’s terribly sad.

13 Leave a comment on verse 13 0 Cry me a tear. The future is bright.
It’s time for the red phoenix to flex its red might.

14 Leave a comment on verse 14 0 Cry me a tear for the true people you are.
Whether local or away from afar.

15 Leave a comment on verse 15 0 Cry me a tear. Let it run down your face.
Remember dignity, pride and grace.

16 Leave a comment on verse 16 0 Cry me a tear for the pride that we bear.
It’s our life and a hope that we share.

17 Leave a comment on verse 17 0 Cry me a tear for the sick in their hands.
They mock us and skit us, one day they’ll understand.

18 Leave a comment on verse 18 0 Cry me a tear for the weak and infirm.
They have been true reds, history can confirm.

19 Leave a comment on verse 19 0 Cry me a tear for the loved ones we’ve lost.
Whatever the pain or values it cost.

20 Leave a comment on verse 20 0 Cry me a tear for our ancestors who walked alone ahead
They set standards high for the men dressed in red.

21 Leave a comment on verse 21 0 Cry me a tear. Don’t ever forget.
Lift your head up proud, lest never forget.

22 Leave a comment on verse 22 0 Cry me a tear for the youth of today.
Let’s hope they never forget that horrible day.

23 Leave a comment on verse 23 0 Cry me a tear. King Kenny was boss.
He felt it all and cried at the loss.

24 Leave a comment on verse 24 0 Cry me a tear for the team that we had.
It’s glory is rich but terribly sad.

25 Leave a comment on verse 25 0 Cry me a tear with hope in your heart.
Think of loved ones drastically pulled apart.

26 Leave a comment on verse 26 0 Cry me a tear for all true Reds
Let’s hope you can settle in your comfortable beds.

27 Leave a comment on verse 27 0 Cry me a tear. We don’t know your name.
We may walk right past you each and every game.

28 Leave a comment on verse 28 0 Cry me a tear. As long as I last
with God’s will and strength I will never forget our past.

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30 Leave a comment on verse 30 0 Cry me a tear for those left behind
who live each day with thoughts in their mind.

31 Leave a comment on verse 31 0 Cry me a tear. Cry for the 96 that died.
Cry me a tear for the press that lied

32 Leave a comment on verse 32 0 Cry me a tear with hope in our heart.
Think of the loved ones drastically drawn apart.

33 Leave a comment on verse 33 0 Cry me a tear. Some say it’s just a football team.
It’s bigger than that. It’s more than a dream.

34 Leave a comment on verse 34 0 Cry me a tear. Wipe them all away.
We love and feel for them everyday.

35 Leave a comment on verse 35 0 Cry me a tear. Bill, Bob and Joe welcome you with open arms

36 Leave a comment on verse 36 0 The 96 are now immortal, never to be forgotten.

37 Leave a comment on verse 37 0 My heart still bleeds and feels for you and those you left behind.

38 Leave a comment on verse 38 0 One day we will all meet up in heaven. My thoughts are with you.

39 Leave a comment on verse 39 0 Cry me a tear, because I haven’t stopped crying yet.

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