Wasted time, wasted breath, and for what there's nothing left
My pillow's crisp, the tears have dried, her selfish ways, my bloodshot eyes...
I used to wake up everyday and hear her voice, but now waking up isn't the preferred choice...

Holding back the anger and giving up my pride, I wish I could have seen what she would do with her lies
Clinging on to sanity but crossing the lines, a new day awaits, for my fake smile...

A whole new day, a fresh new start, forget it ever happened forget things fell apart

But now that she's not in my life, every little thing I see has lost it's shine...
The countless hours I spent trying to please her, would the time have been wasted had this not occured...

Holding back the anger and giving up my pride, staring at her picture with a tear in my eyes

It's difficult to hold back all these feelings I hide, taking in deep breaths I'm too numb inside...





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    General CommentThis song is by far my favorite ATITS song. It is short and to the point. Obviously its about a breakup that hit the guy pretty hard. He loved the girl very much and he is torn apart by her breaking up with him. "But now that she's not in my life, every little thing I see has lost it's shine..." He can hardly stand not to be with her anymore and nothing in life seems the same without her -- "I used to wake up everyday and hear her voice, but now waking up isn't the preferred choice..." thats what this song means to me
    Jmenz223on January 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is exactly how I feel tonight.
    And then I turned seven makes me feel like i'm not alone.

    "staring at her picture with a tear in my eyes"
    God, I can really relate to that!
    Oneslowdanceon August 30, 2007   Link

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