Breathe in, out, slow...
There’s only one,
And two's implied.

Where did all the innocence go?
We loved what we did,
We loved too much,
We need too much.

Breathe in, out, slow...
There's so much now,
that brings us down.

Where did all the innocence go?
We loved what we did,
We loved too much.
Where did all the innocence go?
We loved what we did,
We loved too much,
We need too much.


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    General Commenti think its
    "breathe in, out slow
    there's only one
    confusing part"
    ToTheEndon March 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah, ToTheEnd is right.

    so the way i see it, is that there's a couple. they were perfect for one another, the love for each other was such a big part of their lives. but like all relationships do, they progress in what they do [ex. kiss, then french, making out, etc]. it then gets to the point where they end up at a point (you cna determine that for yourself) where the innocent, pure love for each other was disrupted. they enjoyed doing whatever they did that got them there, but at the same time, someone (either partner) is longing for the pure hearted love they once had.

    i miss that love.
    XxSUPAstarxX808on December 14, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti agree with supastar. 100%.
    ellie117on October 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti agree with supastar for the most part, but how i see it is that they had this "pure" love for eachother, they started having sex, and it got out of control. "we loved what we did, we loved too much" they loved it, but it was too much. and the way i read it lead to a baby "breath in out slow" but thats just the way i understand it, i first thought of it a refrence to sex.
    mexicosgreateston January 02, 2007   Link

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