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Harvey Danger – Problems And Bigger Ones lyrics

Cross through the border states to the wrong side
and look away, virginia

him:
spend every day like the past is a bridge crossing twenty years
whispers away, not so much
get your poison tongue out of my ear

here's a fact you cannot rise above:
we'll have problems and then we'll have bigger ones

from damage to damned control
you wanted to go alone though
i never said no
i never said no

her:
spiteful confrontations, trial separations,
it's just another present to get past
the man was very helpful but i knew he wouldn't stay
there used to be a baby but the baby went away

forswear what you undergo
you wanted to go alone though
i never said no
i never said no

it doesn't make me cry to hear dylan say
most likely you go your way
i'll go mine
i'll go mine
i'll go mine

forswear what you undergo
you wanted to go alone though
i never said no
i never said no



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