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Edit for headphones. Norway 1965 footage. "Cry To Me", from the UK and US album "Out of our heads" 1965. One of the most soulfull sung ballads of the Stones. A precious stone...

Recorded May 12 & 13, 1965.

Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano & Organ: Ian Stewart (Wikipedia says Jack Nitzsche).

Call me one-sided, but the Stones’ version definitely is the best, better than Burke, Harris, Burdon, Petty, Scott...

Mr100bills uploaded the original video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2nrv_kSamI&feature=related

CRY TO ME
(Written by Bert Russell aka Bert Berns)(first recorded by Solomon Burke, reaching #5 on the R&B charts in 1962.)

When your baby leaves you all alone
And nobody call you on the phone
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, cry to me

When you’re all alone in your lonely room
And there’s nothing but the smell of her perfume
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, (c’mon) cry to me

Nothing could be sadder than a glass of wine alone
Loneliness loneliness, it just a waste of your time
But you don’t ever you don’t ever have to walk alone
You see, so c’mon take my hand
C’mon walk with me

When you’re waiting for a voice to come
In the night there is no one
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, cry to me

C’mon baby, that’s right cry to me
Yes, I want you to come on baby
C’mon c’mon cry to me
I want you to c’mon baby
C’mon c’mon and cry to me
Yeah c’mon baby c’mon I want you to cry cry cry to me
Yeah I want you to cry cry cry cry cry cry cry
I want you to cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry...


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Views: 2,705
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Duration: 03:13
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Description
Edit for headphones. Norway 1965 footage. "Cry To Me", from the UK and US album "Out of our heads" 1965. One of the most soulfull sung ballads of the Stones. A precious stone...

Recorded May 12 & 13, 1965.

Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano & Organ: Ian Stewart (Wikipedia says Jack Nitzsche).

Call me one-sided, but the Stones’ version definitely is the best, better than Burke, Harris, Burdon, Petty, Scott...

Mr100bills uploaded the original video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2nrv_kSamI&feature=related

CRY TO ME
(Written by Bert Russell aka Bert Berns)(first recorded by Solomon Burke, reaching #5 on the R&B charts in 1962.)

When your baby leaves you all alone
And nobody call you on the phone
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, cry to me

When you’re all alone in your lonely room
And there’s nothing but the smell of her perfume
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, (c’mon) cry to me

Nothing could be sadder than a glass of wine alone
Loneliness loneliness, it just a waste of your time
But you don’t ever you don’t ever have to walk alone
You see, so c’mon take my hand
C’mon walk with me

When you’re waiting for a voice to come
In the night there is no one
Doncha feel like crying
Doncha feel like crying like crying like crying
C’mon baby, cry to me

C’mon baby, that’s right cry to me
Yes, I want you to come on baby
C’mon c’mon cry to me
I want you to c’mon baby
C’mon c’mon and cry to me
Yeah c’mon baby c’mon I want you to cry cry cry to me
Yeah I want you to cry cry cry cry cry cry cry
I want you to cry cry cry cry cry cry cry cry...


®© UMG

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)
Category
Music
Tags
stones, sixties
Autoplay: No Yes