"Sugar Girl" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Boris Williams....
Oh, I wish I could find it funny, you laughing like that
But instead I change into a rage and run around without a face
I wish I could find it funny when you never come back
But I don't suppose I'll ever know, that how to keep you
Goodbye Sugar Girl, goodbye Sugar Girl



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"Sugar Girl" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst, Boris Williams

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    General Commenti love this song it's great. i think it's a relationship that's actually pointless, but he loves her anyway, and she keeps going away.
    SimonBassLuvaon October 26, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"but instead i turn into a rage.. and run around without a face"

    ..basically he throws a fit

    he fucked things up,.. she left.. goodbye sugar girl :)
    xpsychicheartsxon January 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is probably one of my favorite cure songs. pretty.
    lipssocoldtheyburnon January 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSimon is right, this song is about a relationship that could never work... but he loves her anyway. To be rather american and kitschy... it reminds me of the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind... falling in love with a wild person who is your complete opposite is a recurring theme in The Cure discography... see Birdmad Girl, Plainsong, Same Deep Water As You.. the impossibility of it but the unwillingness to leave because of... well, the obvious...

    "I wish I could find it funny when you laugh like that"

    This is a beautiful song, very sad.
    erique_merteuilon June 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentShe has a name . .
    xskunkxon June 21, 2007   Link

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