Two seperate points, oh I've made clear,
You can cast assure, I'll be praying for you,
My infatuation's grown, as knowledge begins to shift,
Why are you so terrified, of living your own life?

You'll be catching us tonight,
I know you'll be calling in tonight,
And still be down about tomorrow,
When you think about, yesterday you said,
Oh how time's a wasting,
Who can just give up like that?
Oh no,
Oh no, oh no,

Favorite part, of getting asked a lot of questions is,
To have a real start, on preparing yourself for something else,
What's inside? Discover what someone else has to offer,
When your worlds collide,
Oh my favorite part, of getting asked a lot of questions is,
To have a real start, on preparing yourself for something else,
What's inside? Discover what someone else has to offer,
When your worlds collide tonight,


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    General CommentOne of the few acoustic songs from "Histrionics" out May 3rd. This song is amazing like most the others off the CD as well. I almost think it's meaning is more of maybe a relationship has ended and he's out looking for the next person and the questions he's getting asked (probably about his last relationship) are helping him find his new one. Just a thought...
    fedorov1fanon April 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti also liek this song..
    Damonon October 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think its about a girl who relies too much on him.
    He loves her... it sounds like he is leaving.. and he doesnt think she can handle being alone...

    "Favorite part, of getting asked a lot of questions is,
    To have a real start, on preparing yourself for something else,
    What's inside? Discover what someone else has to offer"


    you basically learn from your past... and it can help you progress in the next time around with someone else
    emileyyon March 19, 2007   Link

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