When I had you
When your love would pull me through
When nights were long
When your love would make me strong
When time, regretful to say, in the gentlest way over you
Maybe I should follow your lead and turn as is it never meant a thing to me

When you're flying with your head down, feeling blown away
When you're battered and bound by all the things you say
When you're sleeping with the lights on, staring all the way
When you're heading for a fall then roll over to me, to me, roll over to me

When I had you
When your arms would hold me true
When nights were long
When your love would make me strong
When time, regretful to say, just go you own way and you do
Maybe I should swallow this pride and turn as is it never meant a thing to me

When you're flying with your head down, feeling blown away
When you're battered and bound by all the things you say
When you're sleeping with the lights on, staring all the way
When you're heading for a fall then roll over to me, to me, roll over to me

If we can take the chances, then there's nothing that we can't do
If we can take the chances, then there's nothing, nothing, that we can't do

When you're flying with your head down, feeling blown away
When you're battered and bound by all the things you say
When you're sleeping with the lights on, staring all the way
When you're heading for a fall then roll over to me, to me, roll over to me


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    General Commentnot positive, but i think that maybe he's supposed to get over someone and he really can't, or he doesnt want to. the other person is moving on too, and he's sort of saying "lets get through this together" in the line ~"when you're heading for a fall then roll over to me, to me, roll over to me"~
    imaginexothaton April 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis isnt by blue october
    gunmetalblue5591on April 13, 2009   Link

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