"Out Of Order" as written by and Duncan Sheik....
I hear what you're sayin', I may seem out of order
Nothing's quite the same now
As it ever was before her
And you're lookin' at me
With one of those sideways glances
You say I'm giving too much
And takin' too many chances
But I won't believe you now, I've got to check this out
And nothin' you can do

Will convince me otherwise
You're just tryin' to be a friend
I know the message is well meant
But none of it does compare to her eyes
Just go easy on me, I'm feelin' out of order
I'm beaten and I'm wounded
Like I never was before her
And I know you're talkin' sense
But I can't forget about her
You say I'm good as dead
If I keep it up much longer
But I won't believe you now, I've got to check this out
And nothin' you can say

Will convince me otherwise
You're just tryin' to be a friend
I know the message is well meant
But none of it does compare to her eyes
It may seem unwise, you may be right
It may seem unwise, you may be right
But I don't mind, I just can't mind


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"Out of Order" as written by Duncan Sheik

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    General CommentMan, I love this song. About the time this CD came out I was going through EXACTLY what this song said. I had just gotten out of a relationship that many of my friends said, 'good riddance' to, but I wasn't convinced likewise.

    In truth, I had caught her cheating on me online and I had to 'check this out'. It was a shock and kick to my head.

    When you lose the person that you love, you just can't think straight - in other words, you're 'Out of Order'.
    ctlizyrdon September 10, 2007   Link

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