On today’s post, we will learn how to play “Can’t Cry Hard Enough”.
How to Play Can’t Cry Hard Enough on Guitar
Know the chords, learn the picking pattern and on which strings and you are set to go! If you know those two, you will easily learn to play this song on an acoustic guitar
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“Can’t Cry Hard Enough” is a song originally performed by The Williams Brothers, and written by David Williams and Marvin Etzioni from the band Lone Justice. The song peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1992.
Williams Brothers are the guitarists Andrew and David. This was their biggest hit, it’s a moving song about missing someone who has passed away and the helplessness that comes from never being able to see that person again.
Regarding the inspiration for the lyrics, Etzioni told us: “There were things going on. I’d lost my grandmother, and so it’s a subject matter that I connect with. It wasn’t disconnected. I mean, there are stories of songs that take a really long time, or ‘We had the track first and then we built…’ it doesn’t really have that kind of story. It was one of those songs that just came into the room and fell together in an extraordinary way.”