|A||All I Can Do Is Cry|
|B||Sale Of Broken Hearts|
|4-40973||Johnny Bond||All I Can Do Is Cry / Sale Of Broken Hearts (7", Promo)||Columbia||4-40973||US||1957|
Johnny Bond – All I Can do is Cry. 2:36. Johnny Bond – The First Rose. Johnny Bond – Sale of Broken Hearts. Johnny Bond – Thinkin' Tonite.
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949. The song has been covered by a wide range of musicians. probably the saddest song I've ever heard. Bradshaw's version was a top-20 hit on the country charts. Johnny Cash covered the song on multiple occasions, including on the album American IV: The Man Comes Around in a duet with Nick Cave, a lifelong fan of Cash who picked the song after Rick Rubin asked him what song he would most like to sing if the two were to collaborate. Cowboy Junkies covered the song on their 1988 album The Trinity Session. John Waite covered the song on his 1995 album Temple Bar. Cassandra Wilson covered the song on her 1995 album New Moon Daughter.
P!nk’s new studio album Beautiful Trauma is epicly P!nk, which is to say it’s an amalgamation of emotions and ess thoughts crafted into pop songs. Her processing her thoughts or fears tend to lend themselves to her strongest tracks and, on this particular collection, one of those is the all-too-timely Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken. While P!nk has several other political songs in her repertoire (most notably Mr. President featuring Indigo Girls), Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken is incredibly resonant in its release during the days of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and subsequent discussions about rape culture and women coming forward on social media to say Me too when it comes to who count. themselves among the (up until now) silent majority affected by sexual assault and harassment.
Heartbreaker She a faker I forgot her name yeah she a traitor On my own now I think it’s safer Left my heart broken now I hate her Heartbreaker She a faker I forgot her name yeah she a traitor On my own now I think it’s safer Left my heart broken now I hate her. You ask me all these questions Why you stressing? When you broke my heart I learned my lesson I be on some new shit the drugs help me up You said it was your friend I don't really think it was You said it was your friend I don't really think it was I just wanna go I don't wanna feel . .
Cyrus Whitfield Bond (June 1, 1915 – June 12, 1978), known professionally as Johnny Bond, was an American country music entertainer of the 1940s through the 1960s. Bond was born in Enville, Oklahoma, and grew up on several small farms in Oklahoma. As a youngster, he was influenced musically by records that his parents played. He learned basics of music as a member of his high school's brass band. While in high school he bought a ukulele, but soon he changed to playing a guitar.
So I built you a house from a broken home And I wrote you a song with the words you spoke. Yeah, it took me some time, but I figured out How to fix up a heart that I let down.
Justin Timberlake - Cry me a River. Moment your heart will break: You don't have to say, what you did I already know, I found out from him. 24. Hank Williams - I'm so lonesome I could cry. Moment your heart will break: Did you ever see a robin weep When leaves began to die? That means he's lost the will to live I'm so lonesome I could cry. 23. Toni Braxton - Unbreak my heart. How can you mend this broken man? How can a loser ever win? Please help me mend my broken heart and let me live again. 18. Christina Perri - Jar of hearts. Moment your heart will break: And who do you think you are? Runnin’ ’round leaving scars Collecting a jar of hearts Tearing love apart. 17. Bruno Mars - grenade. Moment your heart will break: I would go through all this pain Take a bullet straight through my brain Yes, I would die for you, baby But you won't do the same. 16. Rascal flatts - what hurts the most.
Broken hearted songs are ones that meet you where you’re at, whether you’re furious, defeated, crushed, or just so sad because you feel like you’re missing a big piece of yourself. Albums like Taylor Swift’s 1989 are good songs for broken hearts because they’re distracting, which can be healthy. Healing after heartbreak isn’t just about moving onwards and upwards - it’s about saying good-bye to your old way of life and starting a new chapter. Divorce is like amputation, says Margaret Atwood.