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  1. Watch the video for Night the City Cried from U-God's Golden Arms Redemption for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. Night the city cries Payback is crime He damn near died Banished my wounds not mine The city cries, drama ride Guns out the window, slide Before me now the city cries [U-God] Unconscious for months [beep beep] Deep in coma shock When you awoke, it was hope Dry throat Choking off tools, being fed ice cubes Pain in you head Change of the bed.
  3. The City Cries At Night by QJ, released 15 March 1. Bring On The Rain (Intro) 2. New York Hipster 3. Going Through The Motions 4. Noir Love 5. I Hate You All 6. Playground 7. Stop Complaining 8. Highway Road 9. Graffiti Eyes Mysterious Lady The News Streetlight Effect Alien Everybody's Song (ft. T-Squared and Mz T)
  4. Night the City Cried Artist: U-God Album: Golden Arms Redemption, Has been played on. Germany 5. Temple of Poetz: 5: U-God quotes Conquer land like Napoleon, military bomb fest. Install the free Online Radio Box application for your smartphone and listen to your favorite radio stations online - wherever you are!
  5. Night The City Cried This song is by U-God and appears on the album Golden Arms Redemption (). *Police radio* (humming) (U-God) Night falling, red dawn, without warning or beef Late night city life, in the dark Manhattan fog, creep Wit' cats and dogs become meat All that is sacred My.
  6. Night the city cries Payback is crime He damn near died Bandaged by wounds not mine The city cries, drama ride Guns out the window slide Golden Arm is as good as his reputation says With his bare hands he stood all of us off And if he had weapons Golden Arm never uses weapons Says he doesn't need them He says using his bare arms is the best.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Night Brothers - Cry Of The City at Discogs. Complete your The Night Brothers collection.
  8. Cry of the City is a black-and-white film noir directed by Robert Siodmak based on the novel by Henry Edward Helseth, The Chair for Martin Rome. The screenwriter Ben Hecht worked on the film's script, but is not credited. The film was partly shot on location in New York City.

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