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Can't Cry Anymore

"Can't Cry Anymore"
Tuesday Night Music Club
Released June 13, 1995
Format Compact Disc single
Recorded 1993
Genre Rock
Length 4:31
Label A&M
Writer(s) Sheryl Crow, Bill Bottrell
Producer Bill Bottrell
Sheryl Crow singles chronology

"Strong Enough"
"Can't Cry Anymore"
"Run Baby Run"

"Can't Cry Anymore" is a 1995 single by Sheryl Crow from the album Tuesday Night Music Club released on A&M Records. The song reached #36 on Billboard's Hot 100, becoming Crow's third straight Top-40 hit. It also became Crow's highest charting song in Spain.

Track listing

US CD single (cat. no. 581081-2)

  1. "Can't Cry Anymore" - LP Version
  2. "No One Said It Would Be Easy" - Live At The Empire
  3. "What I Can Do For You" - Live At The Empire
  4. "I Shall Believe" - Live At The Empire

UK CD #1 (cat. no. 581055-2)

  1. "Can't Cry Anymore"
  2. "All I Wanna Do" -Remix
  3. "Strong Enough" - US Radio Version
  4. "We Do What We Can"

UK CD #2 (cat. no. 581057-2)

  1. "Can't Cry Anymore"
  2. "What I Can Do For You" - Live at the Borderline
  3. "No One Said It Would Be Easy" - Live in Nashville
  4. "I Shall Believe" - Live at the Shepherd's Bush Empire


Chart (1994) Peak
Australia (ARIA) 41
Canada (RPM) 3
Japan (Oricon)[1] 50
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[1] 1
UK Singles Chart 33
US Billboard Hot 100 36
US Top 40 Mainstream (Billboard) 10
US Adult Top 40 (Billboard) 29
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard) 22
US Modern Rock Tracks (Billboard) 38

Critical response

Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune said the song showed similarities to the Rolling Stones song "Honky Tonk Woman".[2]


External links

  • Template:MetroLyrics song

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