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The Marigolds - I've Had Enough album

The Marigolds - I've Had Enough album
  • Performer The Marigolds
  • Title I've Had Enough
  • Date of release 1985
  • Style Alternative Rock
  • Other formats VOC MMF MPC AU MIDI TTA VQF
  • Genre Rock / Pop
  • Size MP3 1789 mb
  • Size FLAC 1611 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 632

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I’VE HAD ENOUGH Lyrics. Yeah, I swear they want my demise I can just tell by their eyes I can decipher the words of a liar As if I resided inside of their mind Yeah, uh last of my kind I spill my heart with these raps that I write I don’t trust many, and I don’t act friendly Too many Knives I. done pulled out from my spine. ENOUGH OF THIS ENOUGH OF THIS ENOUGH OF THIS ENOUGH OF THIS

I've Had Enough may refer to: "I've Had Enough" (Wings song), from the 1978 album London Town. I've Had Enough" (Earth, Wind & Fire song), from the 1981 album Raise! "I've Had Enough" (The Who song), from the 1973 album Quadrophenia. Had Enough (disambiguation). I've Had Enough (Into the Fire)", song from the 1984 Kiss album Animalize. Let Me Up (I've Had Enough), 1987 album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) (styled on the cover with quotation marks) is the seventh studio album by the American band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1987. It features the most songwriting collaborations between Petty and lead guitarist Mike Campbell out of any Petty album. It is also the first album not to feature then-former bassist Ron Blair on any tracks.

Let Me Up (I've Had Enough) Album Lyrics. Lyrics to the Full Album on one page). Jammin' Me. Runaway Trains. The Damage You've Done. It'll All Work Out. My Life, Your World. Chorus) The damage you've done The damage you've done The damage you've done to me. Well I wish I was a bluebird Honey, I'd just fly away And look down over my shoulder At the country down below Baby you could make a king It wouldn't mean a thing Compare the damage.

I've had enough of living I've had enough of dying I've had enough of smiling I've had enough of crying I've taken all the high roads I've squandered and I've saved I've had enough of childhood I've had enough of graves. Get a job and fight to keep it, Strike out to reach a mountain. Be so nice on the outside But inside keep ambition. Don't cry because you hunt them Hurt them first they'll love you There's a millionaire above you And you're under his suspicion  . album: "Quadrophenia" (1973). I've Had Enough" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

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A1 I've Had Enough 3:08
A2 Feel Of You 2:28
B1 Stick & Stones 2:07
B2 Let Me Guess 2:06
B3 Girlfriend 2:33