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I Would Never Let You Hurt Again – (New Lyrics)

I Would Never Let You Hurt Again (Written by Josh Damigo) I know that life can be too big sometimes The world goes out of phase and stops it’s rhyme Run as far as you want, But still stay on … Continue reading

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Guitar, Paper, Ink (New Lyrics)

Guitar, Paper, InkWords and music by Josh Damigo (Verse 1)These strings have the powerOf turning off the noiseOf lightening my burdensAnd giving me a voice This rhythm has the powerto fight off all my fearsTo cast out all the demonsthat … Continue reading

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I Told You I Loved You (Before You Could Say It Back) – New Lyrics

I Told You I Loved You (Before You Could Say it Back)(C)2014Written by Josh Damigo This may get quite heavyThese things that I’m gonna sayI’ve been holding them all backFor Forever and a day You took me for grantedSo tell … Continue reading

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New (Old) Lyrics – I Hope It’s Me

At the show the other night, I asked if anyone had any requests, and my friend, Nicolette, suggested, “I Hope It’s Me.” I teased her that it must be another guy… Cause I didn’t have a song like that…. But … Continue reading

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New Lyrics – Walking with Your Shoes Untied

Walking with Your Shoes Untied Written by Josh Damigo ©2014 Every song won’t be a hitEvery year won’t be your bestIf you learn something from itThere’s no need to hang your head Every wrong turn isn’t wrongAnd the right moves … Continue reading

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“Goodbye, Good Times”

“Goodbye, Good Times” Written by Ariel Levine and Josh Damigo ©2014 Started way back when I was just four years old Never did as I’s told Oh no (oh no) 20 years later and not a damn thing has changed … Continue reading

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New Lyrics – “Tennessee”

My dear, Tennessee You’re just too big for me Your neon lights lay heavy on my sky Oh what have you done, You great city, you’ve become Let the minstrels sing before they die Say a prayer for me All … Continue reading

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