How could I love you
You know the words to all my serenades
How could I love you
And see you pressed up on my barricades

How could you love me
You only see my face under those pretty lights
How could you love me
When I lead you to pay my ticket price
And I leave you when they dim the lights

Chorus:
Front row girl
You're cute as can be
You got to understand
That there's no you and me
Front row girl
Don't get the wrong idea
Though the band is playing
"Love your voice" is all I hear
Girl in the front row
I got to make you understand
I just want to be your music man

I just want to be your music man
I just want to be your music man

How could I trust you
When I've seen you
When you're screamin
For those other bands
And you see me with those other fans
I don't want no love affair
Cause how could I love you
When you scream
When I just touch your hand
And how could I love you

Chorus

Let's say we get together
We can't work it out
Ex-girlfriends and old guitars
Broken strings and broken hearts
Cause everynight I'm in another town


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    General CommentI think this song is about the connection between David Gutter ( the lead singer) and his fans. "How could you love me
    You only see my face under those pretty lights
    How could you love me
    When I lead you to pay my ticket price
    And I leave you when they dim the lights " Hes saying, that though you might think your a strong divoted fan, he loves someone else, he has a girlfriend or wife back at home. And he's saying there cant be a relationship cause he has someone back at home, and "When you're screamin
    For those other bands
    And you see me with those other fans", its like, hes not the only one that they "love" its just a crush or a faze, there's nothing there because he loves someone else
    HelloIloveyou4107on December 22, 2004   Link

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