I can be as humble as the next guy
Or I can blink and make you crumble from the inside
I can be every nasty thing you ever dreamt a man could be
Cause they all fall down
I can make you see the beauty of a new sun
Or I can be the source of your desperation
I can every nasty thing you ever dreamt a man could be
Jaded dated I'm the type you hated
Haunted

Taunted but I'm what you always wanted
Yeah yeah I'm what you always wanted
You can turn away like you don't even see me
You can smile and act like you got something I need
But every night you go home alone and dream about being underneath me
Can't you see through this disguise
And find the little boy inside
I'm afraid of falling love is pain and now she's calling



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"They All Fall Down" as written by Mitchell Allan Scherr

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    General Comment:A dude has complete control over a girl's emotions. He's such a badass, but she can't help but want him no matter how much she pretends she doesn't.

    That's the way I see it anyway.
    DejaVu Dreams30on November 01, 2004   Link
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    General Comment:I think it's just about a guy wanting a girl really bad, and he knows he'd be a whole lot better then what she has. he wants her to reallize it and see how much she means .. much like what i'm wanting right now ..
    astereoon February 18, 2005   Link
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    General Comment:I think this song is about a guy who likes a girl and he's basically telling her that he could be everything she ever wanted. She pretends to hate him and not need him yet at the same time she does. Hence 'I'm what you've always wanted'. It's a great song.
    dremekatcheron June 13, 2006   Link
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    General Comment:I like the lyrics, but I actually hate listening to the song.
    perfectly_flawed26on December 16, 2007   Link

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