"Damn" as written by Beverley Knight, Pule Pheto and Neville Newton Thomas....
This old world well
Don't it make you wanna think damn
This cold girl well
Don't she wanna make you scream, damn

What's the matter girl, well
Don't you think I'm good enough
This old heart's had a whole lot a breakin' down
She's got all these reasons in her head

All that time she knew if I lied
You can bet she will
She's taking her time 'til I thought I would die
And I can't sit still

Things got turned 'round
Don't know where I started from, damn
Can't eat, can't sleep
Could have been a bigger man, damn
What's the matter girl don't you think I'm bright enough
This old man had a hard time getting here
You can leave your number at the door

All that time she knew if I lied
You can bet she will
She's taking her time 'til I thought I would die
And I can't sit still

And there's nothing at all
Yeah there's nothing at all
Well there's nothing at all
To make her change her mind
Make her change her mind
To make her change her

This old house been quiet since
You went away, damn
Mixed up fixed out
Don't forget who got you here, damn

What's the matter world
Don't you see I opened up
This whole part's been played by another man
I pulled out the reason card instead

All that time she knew if I lied
You can bet she will
She's taking her time 'til I thought I would die
And I can't sit still

She says she can find
The things that make up a life
Well I can bet she will
She says stays behind, I could stay here all night
I could stay here until

Until there's nothing at all
Yeah there's nothing at all
Well there's nothing at all
To make her change her mind
Make her change her mind
To make her change her mind


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"Damn" as written by Tommy Cecil James Harrison

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