New Music Monday Featuring ‘I Used To Cry’ By Lynn

Pop talent Lynn has just released her 3rd single “I Used to Cry”. The track is taken from her upcoming EP which is expected later this year.

At just 18 years old, “I Used To Cry” was written and composed by Lynn and produced by Yoad Nevo (who is famous for his work with Sia,  Moby and Sophie Ellis Bextor to name but a few) at Nevo Sound Studios in London.

The song sets us off with a bright acoustic guitar and Lynn’s gentle voice, slowly building into a soft rock-pop instrumental while alternating between the clean soft feel to the more powerful and rich chorus.

At just 18 years old, Lynn delivers a maturity rare for her age. Singing all her life, Lynn was performing on stage at just five years old and writing her own lyrics by nine.

Lyrics:

I Used to Cry
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Looking down on me
My apology
It’s not important
I don’t need love

People come and go
Ugly faces show
I’m not important
I don’t get hurt

Well I used to cry and my father lied
Told me I’m strong
Broke his heart to know that I had to grow
Feeling alone
Had to grow new skin letting no one in
It was all too much
It was all too much…

Looking down on me
But they’ll never see
I’m not so different
We all need love

What will be will be
One day they’ll all know me
They’re not important
Don’t need no one defending me

Well I used to cry and my father lied
Told me I’m strong
Broke his heart to know that I had to grow
Feeling alone
Had to grow new skin letting no one in… it was all too much
It was all too much… X2

If I was there now, I’d run on my own
Leaving that place never felt there at home
Where i’ve been then, where I am now
Oh I see it was all too much…

It was all too much…

Well I used to cry and my father lied
Told me I’m strong
Broke his heart to know that I had to grow
Feeling alone
Had to grow new skin letting no one in… it was all too much
It was all too much… X2