Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky is Crying

Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky is Crying


The sky is crying Can’t you see the tears roll down the street The sky is crying Can’t you see the tears roll down the street I’ve been looking for my baby And wonder where can she be I saw my baby early one morning She was walking on down the street I saw my baby early one morning She was walking on down the street You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad it made my poor heart skip a beat I got a bad felling, my baby she don’t love me no more I got a real bad felling my baby she don’t love me no more Yah the sky’s crying … Can see you see the tears roll down my nose

100 thoughts on “Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky is Crying

  1. Ladies and gentlemans… we walk through our lifes, missing masterpieces like this, im lucky i found this one, and im anxious to find the next one…

  2. All these men artists that wrote these songs now they were feeling the blues!!! For us to enjoy!!! Yes that's it!! that inspiring music no one after these men can ever write words like these, truly unique lyrics some of you know that a few of you all who try to do so are just copy cats!!… I mean I couldn't stand a chance to write something like this nothing like original!!!!

  3. Way you feel when you wake up ..light up and play this song ..sittin' on chair lookin' green everywhere best lazy day ever..

  4. The lyrics are beautiful I think (those they take it change a little). This song is about a man crying and losing his baby(Very sad song)

    Lyrics and translation in frensh :

    The sky is cryin…
    Le ciel pleure…
    Look at the tears roll down the street
    Regarde les larmes tomber sur la ville
    The sky is cryin…
    Le ciel pleure…
    Look at the tears roll down the street
    Regarde les larmes tomber sur la ville
    I've been looking for my baby
    J'avais cherché mon bébé
    And I wonder where can she be
    Et je me suis demandé où elle pouvait être
    I saw my baby early one morning
    J'ai vu mon bébé tôt un matin…
    She was walking on down the street
    Elle marchait dans la rue
    I saw my baby early this morning
    J'ai vu mon bébé tôt ce matin…
    She was walking on down the street
    Elle marchait dans la rue
    You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad
    Tu sais que ça me blesse, me blesse tellement
    Made my poor heart skip a beat
    Ca fait faire des bonds à mon pauvre coeur
    I've got a bad feelin' my baby she don't love me no more
    J'ai une hostilité envers mon bébé, elle ne m'aime plus
    I've got a bad feelin' my baby don't love me no more
    J'ai une hostilité envers mon bébé, elle ne m'aime plus
    You know the sky, the sky's been cryin'
    Tu sais que le ciel, le ciel a pleuré
    The tears roll down my nose
    Les larmes coulent sur mon nez

  5. I love it. Sounds like Pink Floyd with an African-american twist, or perhaps it's Pink Floyd that sometimes has an African-american blues twist.

  6. I love Blues and ı am 21 years old. If there is anyone who want to chat with me so that we speak about same values and share our knowledges about the world. I am from Turkey. I do this because ı want to meet different cultures via peoples and want to enhance my English level. My major is English language tecaher also.

  7. a glass of whiskey , feeling the bass and organ whit the drums …. the voice after just make you listen , just listen on and on

  8. Guau me estaba buscando un algo para inspirar y me topé con esto y se me pusieron los pelos de gallinas este tema es arte es increíble

  9. Here in Concord Ca. the sky cries but it seems nobody is listening, hustle here and there and forget about what really is important-LOVE for our fellow humans, mislead-mabey, but most souls are worth saving!. Thank you for this version, soul yes smooth and mellow Please check out Elmore James and Sonny Boy Williamson – Roots of the blues ! PEACE !!

  10. A few of the photos are of Wayne Shorter – Jazz tenor saxophonist/writer, Kenny Burrell Jazz guitarist/Writer , Art Blakey Jazz Drummer of the Jazz Messengers "the guy with the cigarette" – many great jazz musicians came out of the Jazz Messengers – Thank you ART BLAKEY and Elmore James

  11. People need to understand how deep blues is.
    This is music that comes right from the soul.

    Black men paved and slaved and the pain came through
    the music. So deep…. rock and roll was born.

  12. اتوقع انا العربي الوحيد الي يسمع ذا الفن الفاخر 🍻🚬🚬💆🏻‍♂️

  13. when you're listening to such music, you realize that you're having "The time of your life"… blues never dies

  14. Listened yesterday first time, can't stop since today. This is the best version, thanks Mr. Coleman. I'm from Munich, Germany…

  15. Got four coors banquets in me drinking with my adopted dad it's a great night to be alive much love from Montana

  16. this shit is the best of the best.. from muddy to the 'greats'.. we should be ashamed to not call this man a great. He is, in permanent fact, one of the forefathers of greatness. Bow your heads.

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