"Can't Cry Hard Enough" is one of the saddest sounding and at the same time most beautiful songs I know. It was written by David Williams and Marvin Etzioni, and released on The Williams Brothers' eponymous 1991 album. They are the twin nephews of singer Andy Williams of "Moon River" fame. American singer/songwriter Victoria Williams (no relation) recorded it for her Swing The Statue album and the song has been covered by several artists since then, including Christine Collister and Michael Weston-King's band The Good Sons. As I couldn't find The Williams Brothers' own version, here's Victoria's take on "Can't Cry Hard Enough", which is superb.