Building trust on pulling teeth again
Guess she knew that good guys never win
Something's broke in me, take this fucking feeling
I can't stand to lose this

Thought I'd never fall
Thought this boy could take them all
I was wrong, so wrong
Now I'm guess I'm too far out of her world
Radio song girl
She'll never stumble into my world
Radio song girl
It's your world, you're cruel

Waltzing downward,tripping on your words trying to tell her that she's won the rest of you.
Gone down, in defeat
Take this fuckin' feeling
I can't stand to lose this

Thought I'd never fall
Thought this boy could take them all
I was wrong, so wrong
Now I'm guess I'm too far out of her world
Radio song girl
She'll never stumble into my world
Radio song girl


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    General Commentthese lyrics are weird
    what is a radio song girl?
    o well
    this isnt the yellowcard that i idolize
    its the one that was once compared to limp bizkit.
    and i doubt that i am the only one who isnt glad that Ryan Key joined YC and changed it all for the better.
    xoxo
    Yellowcardedon March 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYellowcarded - You should be shot and banned from this site. You clearly don't even know who Yellowcard is. They change style occasionally, and this song is from one of their several older albums "One For the Kids". You worship the Ocean Avenue phase, which in my opinion, wasn't the best. Their new album is labeling them more rock, as their oldest albums were their truest of "punk".

    Hmmm, I pity thee.
    Antimyopiaon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI forgot to add:

    A "Radio song girl" isn't a real girl. It most likely fits with their redunant theme of moving to LA to become famous, then getting homesick and realizing it wasn't as great as they had imagined.

    Ryan sings it as if he's being "tempted" to reach through the radio, and get to LA as if it's a kingdom and Radio Song Girl is the princess of that kingdom.
    Antimyopiaon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI forgot to add:

    A "Radio song girl" isn't a real girl. It most likely fits with their redunant theme of moving to LA to become famous, then getting homesick and realizing it wasn't as great as they had imagined.

    Ryan sings it as if he's being "tempted" to reach through the radio, and get to LA as if it's a kingdom and Radio Song Girl is the princess of that kingdom.
    Antimyopiaon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYellowcarded - You should be shot and banned from this site. You clearly don't even know who Yellowcard is. They change style occasionally, and this song is from one of their several older albums "One For the Kids". You worship the Ocean Avenue phase, which in my opinion, wasn't the best. Their new album is labeling them more rock, as their oldest albums were their truest of "punk".

    Hmmm, I pity thee.
    Antimyopiaon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentantimyopia, you are clearly retarded. this song was on the Still Standing EP, not One For The Kids. So stop telling ppl they should be banned from the site cuz neither of you now what your talking about.
    jdjd021on January 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is SO not one for the kids. one for the kids was supposed to be "one for the kids" to listen to, and this is not that. the chorus drops the F-Bomb!
    Jaded And Burnedon July 05, 2008   Link

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