"Growing Up With GNR" as written by and David W Terry....
Whenever, whenever, whenever you fall apart
Forget her, forget her, forget her
She broke your heart
Whenever, whenever, whenever, you wanna rock
Forget her, forget her, forger her, she's torn apart

I've been walking these streets tonight
Trying to get it right, I've got to get it right
Whenever you're home you're never really home
Well I've been living in a fantasy
Just trying to get it right I've got to get it right
Whenever you're lonely you are not alone

whenever, whenever, whenever you fall apart
Forget her, forget her, forget her, she's torn apart

o' baby you are looking foxy tonight
Is it the way you walk or just the way you talk
You're playing the part
That's gonna break my heart
Well girl there's something
About the way you walk
You will be crushing my soul
And won't be paying me back
Why can't you be the way you used to be
Way back when...

I was only twelve, dammit all to hell, I was feeling fine
Hearing Axl Rose on the radio
Singing sweet child of mine
Welcome to the jungle
You're much too much to handle
I wish I weren't in love with you
Hearing Axl Rose on the radio
Remembering the good times with you

I've been living in a fantasy
Just trying to get it right I've got to get it right
Whenever you're lonely you are not alone


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"Growing Up With GNR" as written by David W Terry

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    General Commentthis band has really grown on me
    sillymofo15on April 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about the narrator looking back on an old relationship when he was feeling lonely. And when he realized he was lonely, he really wasn't because he had memories.

    This song is niiice. :]
    SINKINGx3HEARTSon January 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commentsuch a cool song =)
    drownedinsoundon January 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I think it's about a guy talking to himself, looking back on stuff.
    "I was only twelve, damn it all to hell"
    I love that part.
    rudexgirlon March 16, 2006   Link

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