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Justin Timberlake: Cry Me a River Meaning

Song Released: 2002


Cry Me a River Lyrics

You were my sun

You were my earth

But you didn't know all the ways I loved you, no

So you took a chance

And made other plans

But I bet you didn't think that they would come crashing down

No



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  1. anonymous
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    Jun 18th 2014 report

    It's about Britney.

  2. anonymous
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    May 28th 2014 report

    Justin wrote this song out of anger, pain and feeling betrayed by a lover. Hes telling the lover they were his sun, earth pretty much his everything. Hes heartbroken to the point that he says go cry me a river cuz im not hearing anything you have to say. A man torn to the point that eventhough he loves the lover so much he will not stand there and let his heart be played with. This song marked the start of his solo career and he needs to thank the beautiful Britney Spears for stirring up such emotions inside of him that til this day he still sings about her. Thats true soulmate love lol.

  3. anonymous
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    Oct 26th 2011 report

    Justin Timberlake composed this song for Britney Spears(after they broke up).britney gave an apology but JT in return gave this song.JT tells that the way she blew away the realtionship and tells her to cry him a river.


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