"Damaged Goods" as written by and Miles Zuniga....
Try to stop the world spinning 'round
the phone bill will tell you she lives out of town
A long, long time, still I dream,
warm sunny days on Twelfth and Lorraine
I wish you were here right now, but then

I know I should just leave you alone
I should just leave you alone
I know I should just leave you alone
I should just leave you alone
The ground moved under me
I pushed her away with the things I'd say
God's face grew earthquake size
and I can't cross our Great Divide
I wanna live inside, but then

I know I should just leave you alone
I should just leave you alone
I know I should just leave you alone
I should just leave you alone
I know I should just leave you alone
I should just leave you alone
Alright


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"Damaged Goods" as written by Alfredo Zuniga

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    General CommentIt sounds like a song about reminicing about a lover and wanting to get back together with them but still at the same time don't want them to be bothered by you. I like this song and it's always fun to listen to.
    u2elevationon March 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think its about a long distance relationship thats not really working but neither party is willing to break it off.
    Kiwimanon March 11, 2005   Link
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    MemoryThis song rings really true to me right now. I think I'm in love for the first time, but we're both about to leave for college and we'll be thousands of miles apart. I wish I could stop the world spinning around so we could have just a little more time, but I know I should let him go. But damn, that doesn't make it easy.
    cosmiclove96on August 17, 2015   Link

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