It's alright
I won't commit my friend
And if you pay for your mistakes
And you can break apology
It's just fine
I won't commit my friend
You come back from your escape
You can make a person's day
Cos it's your time
You come back and you don't tell the truth to me
no more

It's alright
I won't commit my friend
When you come back from your escape
I don't need apology
It's just fine
I won't convince my friend
And you don't know just what to say
Once you make your plan you follow it just right
I know you never meant to let nobody down
You never feel the way I found
Come and see

Oh I won't commit my friend
You won't pay for your mistakes
And I don't make apologies
Yeah it's alright
I won't convince my friend
When you don't know just what to say
I don't think I'll ever come to hear it all
You wanna feel so bad for doing nothing all this time
You're doing nothing
(You just feel left out!)
You're always up to no one's business
Always up to
Only witness
You're always up to no one's business
Always up to
Only witness

When you come back from your escape
Then I could follow you to hell.


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    General CommentI think this song is about a girl cheating on him.

    He knows that she wasn't crazy for doing it, she had her own reasons and he doesn't need an apology from her, but in the same vein, he won't forgive or apologize for hiis reaction to it.

    The last line is interesting because, even though she has done this to him, he would follow her to the end of the earth, even to hell.
    jeebs1984on April 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentNot necessarily.
    In Judeo based religions Adultry is a sin - and thus you'd go to hell for commiting it. Maybe he plans to take poetic revenge and send himself to hell? I.e. he's going to do the same to her.
    xdvron July 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentmaybe he already has
    skybleachon June 09, 2007   Link

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