Before the fight outside is fought
Before the girls try and pull him off
Before the prom queen's make-up runs
Before she gets her stomach pumped

They will pose for photographs
And I will blend into the black

And you act like you still don't know me
In front of all your friends
And all that nasty stuff you showed me
Is not the end

And we will meet again
You'll be sorry then
And I'll be you
And we will meet again
I'll look better than
The guy you knew
Tell me I'm not good enough for you

And me on foot and him speeding past
I prayed for his car to crash
And I would pull you from the wreck
You'd be fine, he'd break his neck

But outside the prom it's him on top
Beating me up in the parking lot

And you act like you still don't know me
But our past still runs deep
And all the nights that you slept over, only
We did not sleep

And we will meet again
You'll be sorry then
And I'll be you
And we will meet again
I'll look better than
The guy you knew
Don't you tell me I'm not good enough for you

Why do you act like you still don't know me?
We've played since we were 4
You used to let me tie you down
When you lived next door

And we will meet again
You'll be sorry then
And i'll be you
And we will meet again
I'll look better than
The guy you knew
Don't you tell me I'm not good enough for you


Lyrics submitted by BeanMcD

Prom Night song meanings
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