"Nothing's Wrong" as written by Kyung Tae Kang and Sol Park....
It won't be the same
I turned the lights down and
Then I hit the ground,
And even in the dark,
Loneliness knows my name

But these eyes are strong
Because you'd never know
That anything was wrong.
I'll keep you holding on
Over and over again

There's a world of regret
Lying on my shoulders,
It's a cherry bomb
With eyes that glow,
Like two big shining stars
In a Hitchcock movie and,
My auto pilot is ready to go.

Now the mirror hurts
And everybody is gone,
And I'm an expert
At pretending that nothing's wrong.

There's no face to face
Because there's nothing to say
I'm a million miles away
From you and yesterday

There's a world of regret
Lying on my shoulders.
It's a cherry bomb
With eyes that glow,
Like two big shining stars
In a Hitchcock movie and,
My auto pilot is ready to go.


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"Nothing's Wrong" as written by Sol Park Kyung Tae Kang

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    General Commenti think the meaning of this song is pretty clear..it's about how he always acts like everything is fine, like he's completely happy around other people, maybe because he he feels he needs to or because he just doesn't want anyone to know. When he gets home at night though, he can take off that mask, but when he takes it off, all the pain and everything that is wrong hits him harder, because he has been denying it all day.
    amarie270on March 22, 2007   Link

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