Hey there Juliet
I may not be the best yet
I may not be your Romeo
whoa oh
A smoother talker is he
how you fall for him
i just can't see
it should of been me

I want to compare you to the moonlight
walk you on the beach at night
hold as the sunlight fills the land
the sunrise reflecting in your eyes
refecting in mine

time is running out
the end is coming near
the curtains soon to close
another tragedy in your life
taking more time for you to heal
and by the time that you're ready
you find another Romeo
so i wait and wonder
when it will be my time

Each time you find a romeo
I want to be there when the play ends
I want to be there when the tragedy hits
I want to hold you as you exit
As you exit stage left


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    General Commentthese lyrics are some of the best ive ever heard... these guys are kewl and they have the most creative lyrics of anyone around... the last part of the song is the koolest thing ive ever read
    BigD4u2nv70on July 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis Song Is So Great. I Love It and I Agree with Dan... The Last Part is the Best!
    xoxEmoQtxoxon July 07, 2002   Link
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    General Commentdan you are so freakin cool! liz is baeutiful
    this is justin -the guitarist in the band-- for exclusive info on the band email me
    fakeskaters@aol.com
    fakeskaterson July 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about Samatha and how I liked her, but she wanted to be with her internet boyfriend. Anyone who choices a screen name over a real human has issues.
    EmoSingerXon July 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthahaha....i like that last comment EmoSingerX...haha. well you guys seem positively awesome.i'm glad i stumbled upon your lyrics :) . it must have been fate....ill be seeing if i can download a song or 2.

    Erica
    freakeyguitargirl3on March 05, 2005   Link

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