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4 the Tears in Your Eyes

"4 the Tears in Your Eyes"
Song by Prince and The Revolution from the album We Are the World
Released April 23, 1985
Format CD
Recorded 1985
Genre Rock
Length 2:45 (original version)
3:24 (live version)
Label Warner Bros.
Writer Prince
Composer Prince
Producer Prince
We Are the World track listing

"Tears Are Not Enough"
(5)
"4 the Tears in Your Eyes"
(6)
"Good for Nothing"
(7)

The Hits/The B-Sides track listing
"God (Vocal Version)"
(18)
"4 the Tears in Your Eyes"
(19)
"Power Fantastic"
(20)

"4 the Tears in Your Eyes" is a song by Prince and The Revolution. Prince donated this song for the album We Are the World after he decided not to participate in the song "We Are the World". A rare live version of the song was included on the album The Hits/The B-Sides.

The song was written, produced and performed by Prince and is one of his most religious songs, speaking of Jesus and his ministry, miracles and crucifixion.

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