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"Who's Crying Now" is a song recorded by the Americanmarker rock band Journey. It was written by Jonathan Cain and Steve Perry. It was released in 1981 as the first single from Escape and became the album's second most successful single, reaching #4 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Mainstream Rock Tracks charts.

The song is highlighted by Steve Perry's smooth, soulful lyrics, piano playing by Jonathan Cain which interludes with a bass riff by Ross Valory, and acoustic guitars. There are no electric guitars until the end of the song, when Neal Schon plays a repeating guitar solo. Originally, according to Schon on In the Studio with Redbeard (which devoted an entire episode to the making of Escape), he recorded an aggressive guitar solo which he liked but Steve Perry and Jonathan Cain didn't like... then he recorded a half-hearted solo, and Cain and Perry loved it. Additionally, drum playing by Steve Smith is only found in the choruses and towards the end of the song.

Randy Crawford did a cover version on her 1991 album Through The Eyes Of Love.

The song was featured in the 2009 movie Monsters vs Aliens.


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