"Cursed Diamond" as written by Christopher Mark Robinson and Rich S. Robinson....
I lose myself
I forget myself
Sometimes I fault myself
I might fight myself
But then I make amends

I freeze myself
Rain on myself
Ok, so I stone myself
And I might even find myself
But then again what happens if I do

So unzip my pride
Open me up wide
So I can show this to you

I want to shine for you
I want to sparkle too
Just like a diamond cursed
Well you know it don't get worse
You know that I'll save you time
Your trouble now is mine

Hold me baby
Hold me girl
And I will laugh with you
If you want me to
Roll me in your splendor
I'll envy your surrender
And show you victory

I hate myself
Doesn't everybody hate themselves
I scare myself
Then I tell myself it's all in my mind

So I let the poison go
'cause I always know
It will be there for me


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"Cursed Diamond" as written by Christopher Mark Robinson Chris Robinson

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    General CommentSelf hate, self love and self truth are paired with a plea to a loved one for true acceptance.
    remedy74on July 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhat a great song! I think its about acknowledging that no one is perfect, and we all mess up, but we want to be so awesome for the person we love. Just read it: "I wanna shine for you, I wanna sparkle too" "just like a diamond cursed, you know it don't get no worse." When I'm feeling down or frustrated, I listen to this one, gives me a more positive outlook.
    remedyjayneon July 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentOkay...this song is about heroin. ALL the songs on "Amorica" are...probably the most drug-centric album of the last 30 years.

    "So I let the poison go
    Cause I always know
    it'll be there for me"

    'nuff said.
    AmpsAt11on September 03, 2011   Link

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