Maybe tomorrow I'll see love in your eyes
And mine will dry
Maybe tomorrow we can learn how to fly on these
Nasty little wings

And I wanna take you out
But you always refuse 'cause
You only play the games
That you know you can lose
You love to fail, that's all you love

We don't know why you've been gone
Somebody said you're on the run
You're living where wild horses run
Well, hey, whatever turns you on

I'll be your confidante
Come and go as you please
I'll honor and protect my
Wagner in dungarees

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You Love To Fail song meanings
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    General CommentI love how she sounds kinda removed from the situation, as if she's numb from all that's going on. she's in a relationship with a guy who is emotionally distant, seemingly heartless....and he disappears without a word, and she's left alone, without a clue as to where he's gone. she says she'll always be around, he can have the freedom he wants, but at the same time she recognizes the fact that this guy not only sets himself up to fail, but failure also seems to be the only thing he really loves, if he is capable of loving anything at all.
    delialon July 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwow good interpretation. i sort of recognized that she was distant but I wasn't conscious of it. i also like how the rhythm section of the song sounds like a gallup throughout which is reminiscent of a horse. this guy's must be on the run alot from her perspective.
    GrungyBeatleon November 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSeems to be about someone so afraid to love and lose it, that he doesnt allow anything to really happen. He is an artsy type with a flair for the dramatic. His insecurities cause a lack of action. And by just standing still he fails without ever beginning...
    genericdudeon March 06, 2015   Link
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    General CommentWhen he gets too close to someone, he runs and hides.
    genericdudeon March 06, 2015   Link

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