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Pack Up Your Sorrows

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  1. "Pack Up Your Sorrows" Oh but if somehow you could pack up your sorrows and give them all to me You would lose them I know how to use them give them all to me No use crying talking to a stranger naming the sorrows you see.
  2. No use crying, talkin to a stranger Naming the sorrow you've seen Too many bad times, too many sad times Nobody knows what you mean But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows And give them all to me You would lose them, I know how to use them Give them all to me No use rambling, walking in the shadows Trailing a wandering star No one beside you, no one to hide you And nobody knows who .
  3. Jan 01,  · "Pack Up Your Sorrows" suffers from the fact that Judy Collins recorded a far-superior version (with Richard backing her up on dulcimer) immediately after the original was released, which has ever since overshadowed it. But nonetheless, it's still a beautiful song and their harmonies are surprisingly effective/5(10).
  4. Pack Up Your Sorrows (Judy Collins) No use crying, talking to a stranger Naming the sorrows you've seen Too many sad times, too many bad times Nobody knows what you mean. [chorus]: But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows And give them all to me You would lose them, I know how to use them So give them all to me.
  5. Pack Up Your Sorrows Lyrics: No use in cryin', talking to a stranger / Namin' the sorrows you've seen / Too many bad times, too many sad times / Nobody knows what you mean / But if somehow you.
  6. Classic s folk song written by Richard Farina and recorded by him and his wife Mimi Farina (the sister of Joan Baez). This was their most famous recording before Richard’s untimely death in a motorcycle accident in Tablature is included here for the break I .
  7. Jun 28,  · Directed by Rob Stegman, Todd Kwait. Pack Up Your Sorrows is a new documentary film that explores the realities of living a healthy life while experiencing mental illness. Told through the journey of Boston-based singer/songwriter Meg Hutchinson, Pack Up Your Sorrows follows Meg as she learns to live a healthy life with Bipolar Disorder.
  8. Pack Up Your Sorrows. Johnny Cash & June Carter. From the Album Carryin' On With Johnny Cash And June Carter January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing.

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