Album: To The Faithful Departed (1996)
Charted: 13
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  • This song is a glance at drug addiction. The band saw the problem of drugs growing to new heights, even in Limerick. >>
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    Anthony - Long Island, NY

Comments: 3

  • Scott from UsaNice quick anti-drug song.
  • Aggie from Suva, Otherits awesome how this song deals with the issue of drug addiction. to all the kids with heroin eyes dont do it! dont do it! coz its not not what it seems oh no its not not what it seems. salvation is free!
  • Chris from Leeds, EnglandNot one of the best Cranberries songs
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