"Sweetheart, What Have You Done to Us" as written by and Keaton Leslie Henson....
Sweetheart, what have you done to us?
I turned my back and you turned to dust
What have you done?

And oh please just come here, don't fight with me
I think you may have broken me, will you admit? Oh oh

If all you wanted was songs for you
Here goes, after all that you put me through
Here’s one for you

And don’t call me lover
It’s not enough
It’s got to be tough, cynical stuff
Follow my words to the end of our love

And God you were the one who told me not to be so English

Sweetheart, what have you done to our love?


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"Sweetheart, What Have You Done To Us" as written by Keaton Leslie Henson

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  • +1
    General CommentIf this song doesn't hit your core, I don't know what will.
    crowleenon January 03, 2013   Link
  • +1
    General Commentand I admit, I think you may have broken it
    .... I think he is saying
    TheWrongGirlon February 22, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the bitterness and misery he feels toward a woman who broke his heart. He'd rather she not call him a lover, but just end it and leave it.
    "Here's one for you, after all that you put me through" he's written a song about her finally.
    "sweetheart, what have you done to us/our love?" refers to how their fights and bitter end have ruined eachother.
    martinacal95on October 27, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the bitterness and misery he feels toward a woman who broke his heart. He'd rather she not call him a lover, but just end it and leave it.
    "Here's one for you, after all that you put me through" he's written a song about her finally.
    "sweetheart, what have you done to us/our love?" refers to how their fights and bitter end have ruined eachother.
    martinacal95on October 27, 2013   Link
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    General CommentIt could be a normal breakup song but one line stands out and makes the song pull together as a story about opening up.
    Just my opinion, but when he says "And God you were the one who told me not to be so English" It appears that his lover made him open up to her, and that he was initially hesitant, so now he knows he was right in the first place to have been slow, but now he's had his heartbroken when it wasn't necessary.
    Justaroundon December 22, 2016   Link

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