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Make It Easy on Yourself" is a popular song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David which was first a hit for Jerry Butler in 1962. The best known version is the 1965 recording by the Walker Brothers for whom it was a UK hit. Dionne Warwick, who made a demo of this song in early 1962, later had a hit with the song in 1970. Chicago-based Vee-Jay Records head A&R man Calvin Carter brought back "Make It Easy on Yourself" from a trip to New York City scouting song publishers.
Album Anyone Who Had a Heart. Put Yourself in My Place Lyrics. Put yourself in my place And you wouldn't do the things you do to me If you put yourself in my place You'd know the meaning of misery. Sleepless nights, tossing and turning Days and nights of worry and wondering Put yourself in my place Then you will realize why there are tears So many tears in my eyes. How can you stand there and tell me That girl was just an old friend, oh baby When I seen you with her Time and time again. You tell me she doesn't mean a thing to you But in the meanwhile, baby, just. 3. Don't Make Me Over. 11. This Empty Place.
LP Dionne Warwick Presenting Dionne Warwick 1963 SPS 508 Scepter Record Label; Minor ringwear and edgewear on album cover; Record appears new; Stereo recording; Track listing: This Empty Place; Wishin' And Hopin'; I Cry Alone; Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah; Make The Music Play; If You See Bill; Don't Make Me Over; It's Love That Really Counts; Unlucky; I. Smiled Yesterday; Make It Easy On Yourself; The Love Of A Boy VG+/NM-. Vendedor: sedona-antiques.
It could be old emotions working themselves out of your system, or an acknowledgement that subconsciously, something in your life is causing you profound grief and pain, even though consciously everything seems fine. I know modern society frowns on negative emotions, and tries to get everyone worried that their 'serotonin levels' are messed up if they dare to emote a little bit, but really, it's good to cry sometimes. Let the tears out, and you may well find that it leads to some sort of positive cathartic process, new insight or new path in life.
In particular, it’s important to get screened for depression. 1. Gently acknowledge the emptiness. It may feel uncomfortable at first, but the more you practice devoting time and energy to yourself and caring for yourself, the less present those empty feelings will be. Explore your current feelings. It can help you explore the underlying causes of your feelings and empower you to make your own decisions about how to implement positive changes. It’s important to acknowledge and accept your feelings of emptiness. It’s important to be self-compassionate.
It can be easier to let yourself truly experience your feelings when you aren't worried about what someone else is thinking. There's certainly nothing wrong with crying in front of others, but you might find it more relaxing to be by yourself at first. Your bedroom might be a good choice if it's a private, quiet place. If your house has a lot of other people in it, try driving somewhere private so you can cry in the car. But make sure you feel well enough while driving there and back; crying while driving can be dangerous.
|A1||This Empty Place|
|A2||I Cry Alone|
|B1||It's Love That Really Counts|
|B2||Make It Easy On Yourself|