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Drown In My Own Tears is a song interpreted by Stevie Wonder, released on the album Tribute To Uncle Ray in 1962.

Drown In My Own Tears lyrics

It brings a tear into my eyes
When I begin to realize
I've cried so much, since you've been gone
I guess, I'm drowning in my own tears

I sit and cry just like a child
My pouring tears are runnin' wild
If you don't think you'll be home soon

I guess, I'll drown in my own tears
I know it's true into each life some rain
Rain must pour, I'm so blue here without you

It keeps raining more and more
Why don't you come on home?
Oh yes, so I won't be all alone
If you don't think you'll be home soon

I guess, I'll drown in my own tears
Ooh, don't let me drown in my own tears
When I'm in trouble, baby, drown in my own tears

Oh, yeah, baby don't let me drown in my own tears
I guess, I'll drown in my own tears, oh

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