I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying

"I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying" is a song written and recorded by English rock singer Sting. It was released from his 1996 album Mercury Falling. The song was also released as a single, and reached #94 and #54 on the U.S. and UK singles charts, respectively. Sting also recorded the song as a duet with country music artist Toby Keith on Keith's 1997 Dream Walkin' album. This version reached #2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts and #84 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts, and gave Sting his only country hit.

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