Abby Christeen Whaley


RED - Damage Lyrics


(Hear me)
Now the damage is done
I can't escape, can't run
Can't undo what I've done
(I am waiting)
Do you hear me now?
Will you answer me?
Are you even there?
(Don't look away)

All I do is damage, damage
It's destroying me
All I do is damage, damage
I'm sick of the misery

(Hear me)
I'm human debris
I am crashed and bent
I'm a catastrophe
(I am waiting)
I'm human debris
I am crashed and bent
I'm a catastrophe

All I do is damage, damage
It's destroying me
All I do is damage, damage
I'm sick of the misery
Take this away
It was just a mistake
Save me
All I do is damage

I am covered in shame
There is no one to blame
I am covered in shame
I have no one to blame
I am covered in shame
I have no one to blame

Shame!
I am covered, I am covered
Shame!
I am covered

Take this away
It was just a mistake
Save me (I'm a catastrophe)
All I do is damage, damage
It's destroying me
All I do is damage, damage
I'm sick of the misery
Damage, damage (Are you even there?)
It's destroying me
All I do is damage, damage (Will you answer me?)
I'm sick of the misery

Submitted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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The lyrics to RED- Damage

(song meaning)

'Damage'

Anthony Armstrong: 'We sing about the damage we do as human beings but character is defined by how we repair the damage. If you use the word 'damage' in a song, it's going to be heavy. It's the heaviest one yet in all the right ways.

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