Camila Cabello Cry for Me (Live)

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David Harbour

Camila Cabello

[Starts with David Harbour as announcer on SNL stage]

David Harbour: Ladies and gentlemen, Camila Cabello.

[Cheers and applause] [Music playing] [Cut to a stage with Camila Cabello and few other women sitting on a chair wearing traditional dresses.]

Camilo Cabello: Mmm, yeah

[A man walks and takes a seat next to a woman in front of Camilo Cabello]

Yeah, and you look so happy walking down the street
Don’t you, babe?

Did you forget, you said that in this lifetime you can never get over me?
Are you over me?

When I said I hope you’re happy, didn’t mean it
Never thought you’d be so good at moving on
When I’m lying wide awake, you’re probably sleeping
And maybe what I’m thinking is wrong

[Other women pulls the woman in front of Camilo Cabello away from the man. Camila stands on her chair and sings to the man.]

I want you to cry for me, cry for me
Say you’d d-d-die for me, die for me
And if you can’t, then maybe, lie for me, lie for me (huh)
‘Cause you haunt me when I’m dreamin’
And it’s time you know the feeling
So cry for me

See that pretty life in pictures (huh)
See her lips erasing me (ooh)
You’re so good to her, it’s vicious
Yeah, she should be thanking me

Who, who’s gonna touch you like me?
Yeah, tell me, who?
Who can make you forget about me?

When I said I hope you’re happy, didn’t mean it
Never thought you’d be so good at moving on (on, on)
When I’m lying wide awake, you’re probably sleeping (sleeping)
And maybe what I’m thinking is wrong

I want you to cry for me, cry for me
Say you’d d-d-die for me, die for me
And if you can’t, then maybe, lie for me, lie for me
‘Cause you haunt me when I’m dreamin’
And it’s time you know the feeling

So, baby, won’t you cry for me, cry for me? (Cry)
Say you’d d-d-die for me, die for me (oh, won’t you cry?)
And if you can’t, then maybe, lie for me, lie for me
‘Cause you haunt me when I’m dreamin’
And it’s time you know the feeling
Why won’t you cry?
Tears in my eyes, yeah
And you’re okay, you’re okay
How can you be okay?
No, why won’t you cry?

I want you to cry for me, cry for me (oh, yeah)
Say you’d d-d-die for me, die for me
And if you can’t, then maybe, lie for me, lie for me
‘Cause you haunt me when I’m dreamin’ (haunt me when I’m dreamin’)
And it’s time you know the feeling (and it’s time you know the feeling)
So, baby, won’t you cry for me, cry for me? (Cry out, yeah)
Say you’d d-d-die for me, die for me (cry out, yeah)
And if you can’t, then maybe, lie for me, lie for me
‘Cause you haunt me when I’m dreamin’
And it’s time you know the feeling (oh, baby)
So cry for me

Cry for me

[Music stops] [Cheers and applause]

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King is directing his fourteenth season of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him nine Emmys and thirteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for thirteen DGA Awards and won in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Mr. King is also the creative director of Broadway Worldwide which brings theatrical events to theaters. The company has produced Smokey Joe’s Café; Putting It Together with Carol Burnett; Jekyll & Hyde; and Memphis, all directed by Mr. King. He completed the screen capture of Broadway's Romeo & Juliet in 2013. - LinkedIn

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