Cathy Rondina - Other Lips / It Takes A Lot (To Make Me Cry) album download
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- Published By – Southside Music Corp.
- Published By – Leeds Music Corp.
- Musical Assistance – The Western Ramblers
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- Rights Society: ASCAP
B. It Takes A Lot (To Make Me Cry). Musical Assistance – The Western Ramblers. Rights Society: ASCAP.
It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" is a song written by Bob Dylan, that was originally released on his album Highway 61 Revisited. It was recorded on July 29, 1965. The song was also included on an early, European Dylan compilation album entitled Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits 2. An earlier, alternate version of the song has appeared, in different takes, beginning with the release of one take on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 in 1991.
Perhaps it's because it's one of the first Dylan songs I truly fell in love with. A perfectly paced gem.
And perhaps more than any other Dylan song, I am left with a sense of utter relief that it was this version that was put on Highway 61 and not an alternative version. This is the recording of this song that I need. Of course that is a personal reflection, but for me these feelings are important as I try to unravel what makes this such an extraordinarily successful piece of music. Perhaps the first point to make is that it comes straight after Tombstone Blues which is frantic to the point of falling over itself – (which is a good enough reason on its own to have this version, rather than the.
Kelly penned the lyrics to the repetitive, cornball-but-catchy song featured in the video, and Shawn Coleman and Michael Kohler scored it. We’ve written out the lyrics below in full so you can succumb to their dark powers and properly sing along