"Your Past" as written by and John T. Tran....
26 hours, 2000 miles away
A broken trust severed us
An ocean of secrets that you left behind Unlocked by false assumptions

I'm stupid and dumb in the brain
And I shouldn't have, shouldn't have, shouldn't have
Shouldn't have 
Pushed you away 

[Chorus: x2]
Now that you're gone, I know what I've lost
And I can't get you out of my mind
I wish I could turn back time
I'm biting my tongue with my foot in mouth
I'm kicking myself, kicking myself in the ass
I know I shouldn't judge you by your past
 
Jealousy hit me
I screamed and shouted at you
When I heard that you've been with my friends It's none of my business, what you have been through
I was scared I would get hurt again

I'm stupid, I made a mistake
And I shouldn't have, shouldn't have, shouldn't have
Shouldn't have
Pushed you away 

[Chorus]

Your past


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"Your Past" as written by John T. Tran

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    General Commentthis song got me hooked on home grown
    PunkSkaSuckson April 04, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me of a situation im in at the moment

    I was scared I would get hurt again
    I'm stupid, I made a mistake
    And I shouldn't have, shouldn't have, shouldn't have Shouldn't have Pushed you away
    deathbypetalson April 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMan this song is really good. Another one of Home Growns songs that I can relate with. Which is why they were really good. Its hard not to let someones past play a role in if you get involved.. I disagree with it. I shoulda listened to her past, because if I would I coulda seen what happened ahead of time.. lol. Its also hard to forget the tiny factor that a girl may have slept with 70 guys or something.. lol. Certain things are important.
    MustKilltheWeakon May 31, 2006   Link

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