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Definition funny of Cryner:

urbanone who has perfected a combination of crying and whining, usually a toddler.

urbanDon't be such a cryner!

songs

Songs about Cryner:

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner) by Nice Vibe from the Album 40 Karaoke Hits, Vol. 22 (Karaoke Version)

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner) by Karaoke Legends from the Album Karaoke Party, Vol. 47 (Karaoke Version)

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner) by Pro Choice Karaoke from the Album Karaoke Quick Tracks : You'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner)

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Karaoke Version) [originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner] by Karaoke Diamonds from the Album Karaoke Playbacks, Vol. 138 (Sing the Songs of the Stars)

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Originally Performed By Bobbie Cryner) [Karaoke Version] by Hit Tunes Karaoke from the Album Karaoke Superhits, Vol. 123

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Originally Performed by Bobbie Cryner) [Karaoke Version] by BFM Hits from the Album Karaoke: Country Hits 1996, Vol. 18

songsYou'd Think He'd Know Me Better (Originally Performed by Bobbie Cryner) by Midifine Systems from the Album Best for Musicians No. 359

wiki

Wiki information Cryner:

Bobbie Cryner
Country Artist, Person, Musical Artist, Musician

Phyllis "Bobbie" Cryner is a country singer-songwriter. She released her debut album, the bluesy Bobbie Cryner, in 1993 on Epic Records. The album featured six original Cryner songs, as well as four songs by outside writers, including a duet with...

Bobbie Cryner
Country Album, Musical Album

Bobbie Cryner is the self-titled debut from country music singer-songwriter Bobbie Cryner. It was released on Epic Records in 1993. It features 10 songs; three of them are from outside writers, two are co-writes, and the rest are self-penned. It...