Guess Iíll Hang My Tears Out To Dry

Written by: Jule Styne / Sammy Cahn

The torch I carry is handsome
Itís worth its heartache in ransom
And when the twilights steals
I know how the lady in the harbor feels

When I want rain
I get sunny weather
Iím just as blue as the sky
Since love is gone
Canít pull myself together
Guess Iíll hang my tears out to dry

Friends ask me out
I tell them Iím busy
Must get a new alibi
I stay at home
And ask myself
Where is he
Guess Iíll hang my tears out to dry

Dry little teardrops
My little teardrops
Hangin on a string of dreams
Fly little memíries
My little memíries
Remind him of our crazy schemes

Somebody said
Just forget about him
I gave that treatment at try
Strangely enough
I got along without him
Then one day he passed me right by
Oh well
I guess Iíll hang my tears out to dry

Submitted by Katie

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