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Dammit (Growing Up)
For the expletive “dammit!“ see Damnation.
“Dammit” is a song by American pop punk band Blink-182. It was the first single released from the band’s second album Dude Ranch. The song was written by bassist Mark Hoppus concerning a fictional breakup with his girlfriend. Sung entirely by Hoppus in the studio recording, guitarist Tom DeLonge usually sings the chorus in live performances. Many fans and critics consider this to be the band’s best song.
Released shortly after the release of Dude Ranch, “Dammit” became Blink-182’s first hit single, reaching number 11 on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart. Giving the band a glimpse of mainstream popularity, the success of the single paved the way for the massive success of Blink 182’s next album, Enema of the State.
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Song lines: ♪ Well, i guess this is growing up ... To face this on my own ... And it'll happen once again i'll turn to a friend ♫
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