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Written by susanna hoffs, david baerwald & david kitay
Produced by david baerwald, david kitay & susanna hoffs
Released on 'susanna hoffs' (1996)
Also released as the b-side to the single "all I want" (1996)

Do you remember
Nineteen-ninety
Wouldn't blame you if you don't
You were crazy
Always fighting
Always drinkin' alone.

People wrote you off
I never wanted to
You really broke my heart
But then that's nothing new
That's all over now.

You really won this time
Those days are over
Hey, you really won this time
Those days are over.

It's been a long time
It's good to see you
Good to see you well
All the family
They're glad to see you
Glad to see you well.

I won't ask you
On this happy day
I won't ask you
If you meant to hurt me
'cause that's all over now.

You really won this time
Those days are over
Hey, you really won this time
Those days are over, yeah.

Hey, you really won this time
Those days are over
Hey, you really won this time
Those days are over.

Those days are over
Those days are over
Those days are over
Those days are over.



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