"Stand Alone" as written by and Peter Tosh....
There you are, cryin' again
But your loveliness won't cover your shame
There you are, you're takin' true love
And while you're takin' true love, you givin' the blame

(How could I) could I be so wrong
To think that we could get along?
Days I wasted with you, child
If I count there'll be a million or two
Now I stand alone through the memories
That haunts me, that haunt
Yeah, and I walk alone through the rhapsodies
That taunts me, that taunts me, me

There you are, cryin' again
But your loveliness won't cover your shame
There you are, you're takin' true love
And while you're takin' true love, you givin' the blame

(How could I) how could I be so wrong
To think that we could get along?
Days I wasted with you, child
If I count there'll be a million or two
Now I stand alone through the memories
That haunts me, that haunts (me)
And I walk alone through the rhapsodies
That taunts me, that taunts me

Now, there you are, cryin' again
But your loveliness won't cover your shame, hey
There you are, you're takin' true love
While you're takin' true love, you givin' the blame


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"Stand Alone" as written by Bob Marley

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    General CommentHe's breaking it off with her and she's obviously the guilty party. He talks of how she used her beauty as a form of manipulation and how he was burned countless times.
    ophelia219on January 22, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti love this song
    louisruben88on June 10, 2008   Link

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