I woke up L.A.
Then I went to sleep
I saw so many things
I know that you saw too
I walked a thousand miles
In clothes that children made
I felt so many things
I know that you felt too

Please forgive me,
You know I lost my mind
Please forgive me,
You know I lost the time
To say I love you

I woke up L.A.
Maybe it's a dream
To be with those who play
Dress up, make believe
I flew a thousand miles
On wings that children made
With all the things you get
When you don't have anything

Please forgive me,
Cause I forgot my lines
Please forgive me,
While I still have time
Just to say you love me,
yeah say you love me

I woke up L.A.
To sound the siren song
Everything is great
And everything is wrong
I flew a thousand miles
On wings that children made
Yeah it's the thing you get
When you don't want anything


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    General CommentI can help!
    "Stab me in the back
    And watch the midget porn
    I want to crash a Rolls
    Into a swimming pool
    I want to hang with Mick
    Before he gets too old
    I got some free CDs
    But I had to sell my soul."

    Hope that helps! This comes from listening to the song 8 million times.
    SparklePunk27on April 01, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was " say you love me" not "to say I love me". I know the first verse is " to say I love you", it would make sense for him to say " say you love me" next. He's talking about the inability they had telling eachother those words.
    WinterOnyxon April 16, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was " say you love me" not "to say I love me". I know the first verse is " to say I love you", it would make sense for him to say " say you love me" next. He's talking about the inability they had telling eachother those words.
    WinterOnyxon April 16, 2004   Link

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