Dying Inside

Artist: The Cranberries
Released on: Wake Up And Smell The Coffee (Track #4)
Length: 3:10

LYRICS

Terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying
It was a terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying insi-i-i-ide, to see her dying

Won’t you come o-out and play the games we played
Won’t you speak o-out and say the things you’d say
The lady loved her go-o-o-o-o-old, the lady lost her so-o-o-oul

It was a terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying
It was a terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying insi-i-i-ide, to see her dying

Do you remember the things we used to do
Do you remember the way it was for you
The lady loved her go-o-o-o-o-old, the lady lost her so-o-o-oul

It was a terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying
It was a terrible thing, it was a terrible thing
To see her dying insi-i-i-ide, to see her dy…

La-a, la-a, la-a-a-a-a
La-a, la-a (ya-a-a-a-a-a)

CREDIT INFORMATION

Music by N. Hogan & D. O’Riordan
Lyrics by D. O’Riordan
Produced by Stephen Street
Engineered by Cenzo Townsend assisted by Emma Jane Lennon and Shay Dooher at Windmill Lane, Dublin
Mixed at Town House Studios, Shepherds Bush (London) by Stephen Street and Cenzo Townsend assisted by Tom Stanley
Mastered at Sterling Sound by George Marino
Publishing administered by Universal Music Publishing, Ltd, London

MEANING

N/A

NOTES

  • Dying Inside was written for previous albums but was never used: “The first is ‘Dying Inside’ which was written on the tour for ‘No Need To Argue’ in 1994. We tried recording it on the ‘TTFD’ session and on the ‘BTH’ session but, we never quite captured it, until now.” (Fergal, cranberries.ie, October 30th, 2001)

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