- Performer Illumination
- Title Cry Me A River
- Style Downtempo, Dance-pop
- Other formats WMA MP3 DXD AU FLAC TTA MOD
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1702 mb
- Size FLAC 1293 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 519
Cry Me a River" is a popular American torch song, written by Arthur Hamilton, first published in 1953 and made famous in 1955 with the version by Julie London. Arthur Hamilton later said of the song: "I had never heard the phrase. Instead of 'Eat your heart out' or 'I'll get even with you,' it sounded like a good, smart retort to somebody who had hurt your feelings or broken your heart
Cry Me a River is an album led by pianist John Hicks, with bassist Dwayne Burno and drummer Victor Lewis. Studio album by. John Hicks. Cry Me a River (1997). Trio + Strings (1997). John Hicks was very much in demand during the last two decades of his life, often releasing several CDs annually for a variety of labels. The album was recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, Studio A, New York City, on June 27, 1997 The trio was Hicks (piano), Dwayne Burno (bass), and Victor Lewis (drums).
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Album Sorelle Lumière, Vol. 1/2. Cry Me a River Lyrics. Now you say you're lonely You cried the whole night through Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river I cried a river over you. Now you say you're sorry For being so untrue Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river I cried a river over you. You drove me, nearly drove me Out of my head; While you never shed a tear
Текст песни: Now you say you’re lonely You cried the whole night through Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river. Now you say you’re lonely You cried the whole night through Well you can cry me a river Cry me a river
|1||Cry Me A River (Radio Edit)||03:57|
|2||Cry Me A River (Illumination Remix)||08:49|