What do you get when you expect so much,
Is it regret,
Or were they just false hopes that we should forget,
With time better spent, the words that we meant
Do I believe I deserve more than just to be released
Why do does it hurt so much

I don't believe I can return to where we are
Cause I know that things aren't what they seem at all
Our hearts are in places that just seem to fall
Our hearts are in places that just seem to fall
And what would become of us if life could be enough
To consider giving up, we're just giving up

Now all this time, I just have plenty of, it's all I have
And this time it's not enough, and you're just too much
So we break it off and we can't get past this loss
So why do we talk at all

I don't believe I can return to where we are
Cause I know that things aren't what they seem at all
Our hearts are in places that just seem to fall
Our hearts are in places that just seem to fall
What would become of us if life could be enough
To consider giving up, we're just giving up


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    General Commenti, unfortunately, am fairly new to the sounds of s,c,c. however, i have had much trouble tearing myself from this song. on the surface, this song could obviously pertain to a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship (as many songs do these days). nonetheless, i think on a deeper level this song could speak about a religious relationship. not necessarily with 'god'..but with religion as a whole. the line 'our hearts are in places that just seem too far' ties in with the distance to heaven/salvation/liberation while the entire intro deals with the disappointment of unanswered prayers and all that jazz. equally, the title plays into the religious incorporation...since there is a separation between church and state, churches are not taxed on their offerings and therefore it is straight profit, thus, '(moneymaker)'. i'm really not sure though, its just a stab in the dark.
    one*name*famouson April 12, 2005   Link

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