Let say that someone is not listening to your advise which is for his/her benefit and making a big mistake.
So can he say:
One day, you will crying remember my words!
One day, you will remember crying my words!
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In the first rendering, "crying remember" is bad syntax. The placement of "crying" next to the verb "remember" cries out for an adverb. But "crying" applies to the person, not the remembering. That is:
[crying person] remembering
The second is definitely wrong because the second person did not "cry" the first person's words! (in "remember crying my words", remember is the verb, and crying my words is the direct object.)
In my opinion, the most concise, grammatically correct and accurate way to phrase this thought would be:
This means that he will cry and remember at the same time.
If you wish to stress that the remembering will trigger the crying, say
The word that should precede remember is an adverb.
How will you remember my words? - cryingly
One day you will cryingly remember my words!
But I would say it this way, a more common way -
One day you will cry and remember my words!