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Cry The Clock Said
Gary
Numan

 

Why cry now
It's over
feelings change

How are you
How am I
Cry, the clock said

I know little of romance
And these little tract houses
I know even less of you
And if you should ever think of me
Maybe it's a game you lost
Well, someone I know lost the whole damn world
No more this talk of they're out to get me
Just slide out of Sydney
And I can never go back

How could I be surprised
How could I even believe
Cry, the clock said

I'll forget who you are
I'll forget one of these days
Cry, the clock said

 

Total Number of Plays 3
Taken from the original album - Dance
First played in concert on - 26th April 1981 at London, Wembley Arena, England
Most recently played on - 28th April 1981 at London, Wembley Arena, England
 
Years Song Plays for year.
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
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1991
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2012
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2014
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Cry The Clock Said Live Performances in 1981 - 3

 
26 April 1981 - London, Wembley Arena England
27 April 1981 - London, Wembley Arena England
28 April 1981 - London, Wembley Arena England
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

 

 

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Year - 1981

LP - Dance

Song Length - 9.54

Written by - Gary Numan

Data Last Updated
12 April 2015

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