Tears Title Songs

Popular Tears Title Songs

TEARS TITLE SONGS: A - H

As Tears Go By (it is the evening of the day, I sit and watch the children play) - 1964 - Marianne Faithfull

As Tears Go By (it is the evening of the day, I sit and watch the children play) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones 

Counting Teardrops - 1960 - Emile Ford and the Checkmates

Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (dancing with tears in my eyes, living out a memory of a love that died) - 1984 - Ultravox

Drown In My Own Tears - 1988 - The Smithereens

(Enough Is Enough) No More Tears (enough is enough, I want him out - I want him out that door now) - 1979 - Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand

(Enough Is Enough) No More Tears - 1994 - Jocelyn Brown with Kym Mazelle

Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall – 2011 - Coldplay

Fistful Of Tears – 2009/2010 – Maxwell

Golden Tears – 1979 – Dave and Sugar

How Many Tears - 1961 - Bobby Vee

TEARS TITLE SONGS: I - S

It Keeps Rainin' (Tears From My Eyes) - 1993 - Bitty McLean

Lonely Teardrops (come home come home, just say you will say you will) – 1959 – Jackie Wilson

Many Tears Ago - 1960 - Connie Francis

My Blue Tears – 1971 – Dolly Parton 

96 Tears (too many teardrops for one man to be crying; I'm gonna cry 96 tears) - 1966 - ?(Question Mark) & the Mysterians

No More Tears – 1991 - Ozzy Osbourne 

No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (I want him out - I want him out that door now) - 1979 - Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer

No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) - 1994 - Kym Mazelle and Jocelyn Brown

No Time For Tears – 1998/1999 - Jo Dee Messina

Only Teardrops – 2013 – Emmelie De Forest

Salt In My Tears, The (you ain’t worth the salt in my tears) - 1983 - Martin Briley

Seven Tears - 1982 - Goombay Dance Band

Single Tear - 2012 - Tyler James

TEARS TITLE SONGS: T

Taste Of Your Tears, The - 1985 – King

Tear Of The Year, The (oh Lord I musta’ cried the tear of the year last night) – 1961 – Jackie Wilson

Teardrops - 1984 - Shakin' Stevens

Teardrops - 1988 - Womack and Womack

Teardrops – 2016 – Cole Plante x Bobi

Teardrops – 2016 – Dawn Tallman

Teardrops On My Guitar – 2008 – Taylor Swift

Tears - 1965 - Ken Dodd

Tears - 1984 - Force M.D.'s

Tears – 1996 – Isley Brothers

Tears – 2016 – Clean Bandit and Louisa Johnson

Tears Are Falling (oh no, tears are falling) – 1985 – Kiss

Tears Are Not Enough (yes you've shown your feelings, yes you've shown you're tough) - 1981 - ABC

Tears From My Eyes – 1991 – UB40

Tears I Cried, The - 1975 - Glitter Band

Tears In Heaven - 1992 - Eric Clapton

Tears Of A Clown (there ain't too much sadder than the tears of a clown) - 1970 - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

Tears Of A Clown (there ain't too much sadder than the tears of a clown) - 1980 - The (English) Beat

Tears Of Joy – 2012/2013 – Faith Evans

Tears On My Pillow - 1958 - Little Anthony & the Imperials

Tears On My Pillow - 1975 - Johnny Nash

Tears On My Pillow - 1990 - Kylie Minogue

There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight - 1954 - Tony Bennett

There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight - 1978 - Willie Nelson

Tracks Of My Tears, The (if you look closer, it's easy to trace the tracks of my tears) - 1965 - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles

Tracks Of My Tears, The (if you look closer, it's easy to trace the tracks of my tears) - 1967 - Johnny Rivers

Tracks Of My Tears – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

Tracks Of My Tears, The (if you look closer, it's easy to trace the tracks of my tears) - 1976 - Linda Ronstadt

Two Kinds Of Teardrops - 1963 - Del Shannon

TEARS TITLE SONGS: V

Valley Of Tears - 1957 - Fats Domino

TEARS TITLE SONGS: W

Wasting All These Tears – 2013 – Cassadee Pope 


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