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Album: Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
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Released: 1993
Length: 2:50
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Look, you're standing alone
(Standing alone)
However I should have known
(I should have known)

Never before, never again
You will ignore, I will pretend
Never before, never again
You will ignore, I will pretend

In your world, you're alone in your face
You're alone in your world
You're alone in your face

How, you said you never would leave me alone, how
How, you said you never would leave me alone

Now you're just walking away
(Walking away)
When you said you always would stay
(Always would stay)

Never before, never again
You will ignore, I will pretend
Never before, never again
You will ignore, I will pretend

In your world, you're alone in your face
Your alone in your world
Your alone in your face

How, you said you never would leave me alone, how
How, you said you never would leave me alone

Never before, never again
You will ignore, I will pretend
In your world, you're alone in your place
You're alone in your world
You're alone in your place

How, you said you never would leave me alone, how
How, you said you never would leave me alone
How, you said you never would leave me alone, how
How, you said you never would leave me alone
Alone
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Wow....heard this and thought Cranberries but thought probably not....this is nice.
I don't think I ever heard this track. I like it. Wouldn't need to hear it a million times, but since it's new to me, it's nice to hear something that sounds fresh, from the Cranberries.
Haven't heard this one in years... Still sounds great.

Judging by my LAST comment, it's been about two years, and I never did dust off the CD...
love this album {#Jump}
Um... he lied.
 whitehawk wrote:
My all time favourite Cranberries song.
Love it's rawness 


(edit: Huh just released i wrote the same thing 2 years ago)   :)

 
..consistency is the mother of re-invention..(heh)..
My all time favourite Cranberries song.
Love it's rawness 


(edit: Huh just released i wrote the same thing 2 years ago)   :)
Wow, haven't heard this one in a long time... Need to dust off this CD and revisit some of those deep tracks...
 I like Twenty one  whitehawk wrote:
My All time favourite Cranberries song.

Loved the raw energy of this song when it first was released.
 


Two Cranberries and one Dolores O'Riordan song in one day?  Ugh, too much!

My All time favourite Cranberries song.

Loved the raw energy of this song when it first was released.
 pinto wrote:
Very nice - always liked the Cranberries.  Especially with vodka
 
Try this. It has become our Thanksgiving Day dinner staple. Goes down like candy.

https://www.thenibble.com/reviews/main/cocktails/cranberry-vodka-recipe.asp

 Poacher wrote:
One of my five a day. And much easier to consume than fucking broccoli.

 
I've never tried broccoli. Eggplant, yes; and plums are quite receptive. Broccoli, though...would seem, um, difficult.

guest vocalist Shakira
get'em Crannies!!
One of my five a day. And much easier to consume than fucking broccoli.

meh
...hmm - in isolation, this isn't bad...

...that's surprising, because on the whole, aside from its two subtantially-more-produced single tracks, this album falls very flat to my ears...

the whole album is worth a listen.
I've never heard this one before, but I like it upon first listen.  I'll need a few more to be sure, but we'll start with a 7 and see where it goes from there!  Thanks to whoever uploaded this.
Very nice - always liked the Cranberries.  Especially with vodka
wow, the go-gos then this! It's throw back day!
Interesting. Have not heard much beyond the basics for the Cranberries. Those repeated lines s at the end remind me of the Alanis Morissette line, "you told me you'd hold me until you died, but you're still alive". I'm kind of thinking in either case they thought death a perfectly OK alternative for their subject.