Damage Done

Damage Done Lyrics Meanings
by Mineral Hill


Damage Done Lyrics

Our love was soaked in rum, your heart swimming in your chest
But we weren't down in Cuba and you know nobody's free
You can move to a new country, learn to speak again
But you can't just escape the damage done

The heat burned off our sins and the rain it washed us clean
But the memory clings like a ghost that won't let go
Every man selling his wares shouts out a different call
And you can't just escape the damage done

You played a sweet melody, repeated in my head
But with the sweet came sour In the things you did and said
The earth it shook and the fireworks, stars shooting in the sky
And you can't just escape the damage done

Writer(s): Bronson Elliott
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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