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"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

Blake Mills

"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

"Cry to Laugh" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass + Vocal: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

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song: Cry to Laugh
artist: Blake Mills
album: Heigh Ho (2014)
writer: Blake Mills

nylon-stringed acoustic guitar + vocal: Blake Mills
double bass: Don Was

"This one has a lot of really fun chord voicings in it. I'm a huge fan of Randy Newman's piano playing. And, a lot of his moves, where (...) you're going back and forth and doing this sort of accidental, and bringing it back into the chord; just how big of a sound that is. I really like the way that that translates to guitar. So, there is some Randy Newman-moves [in the song]." - Blake Mills