It's safe to be lonesome in your time
It's safe to lose your find

But you're too sick to call or cry

Cause you're hating all the faking
The kind of hate that evil just embraces

And I've given up on people right now
I've given up on anger, so I've given up on you
You know it's true, you're going to lose
It really doesn't matter who you choose

Break your frame, break your frame
There's no one left to blame
Break your frame, break your frame
There's no one left to blame
And you're hating

Well I might break your heart
In time you fall apart
And I was sad when I heard the news
I heard you fell apart

Break your frame, break your frame
There's no one left to blame
Break your frame, break your frame
There's no one left to blame


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    General Commentthis is what i call an "emo love song" good song really. But it deals with the end of a relationship. More specifically it deals with the hardships that come with a relationship that does not "mutually" end. The person who broke up with the person who really cared has to deal with the person they broke up with's next step in life.
    tical2kon November 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI wouldn't call this a love song... More of a song telling somebody (yourself, your lover, your friend, your family member) that they must change or they'll never be happy. They do not listen, and instead self-destruct. There is an element of guilt, but also liberation... Inspirational song about self-reliance more than a love song imo...
    BrooksBonkoskion September 03, 2012   Link

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