It's a puzzle that served us well
I think you're funny and you love my smell
But not enough, a lifetime of stuff we could want
We were simply buried alive
Trapped in a rapture tied to the sky
Cuddled on the couch, tranquilised

Then you left me, if only in your eyes
Don't you want me?
Rusted halo, use your wings
Hands on your hip, Miss didn't miss a thing
You're not mine though you wear that ring on your finger
One crush had me crawling away
You crush me, brush me aside
But how could I be surprised
That in between my shadow and your light
I did lose you

Fly without me, never be denied
Let it happen, fall you'll be alright
I will catch you

Fly without me, never be denied
If you love me, tell me with your eyes
They never lie

Been a long year, this year
Good or bad I can't tell from here
What a thrill, mop up the spill with my heart
A puzzle in your angel eyes
A piece we may never find
A peace we may never find at the same time

But in between my shadow and your light
There's an answer
In between my shadow and your light


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    General CommentYou know that moment when you're in an awful situation, and then a song starts playing on your ITunes, and you feel this intense moment of... "fuck, love sure does hurt"..

    Yeah, for me, this is that song.

    To me, it's basically about a failed relationship. Doomed from the start, you could say, with the idea that it just wasn't ever there to begin with.

    "I think you're funny and you love my smell, but not enough, a lifetime of stuff we could want"

    Obviously he is the one hurting a little more in the situation. But the nice thing is that at least he will always be there for her, and will catch her if she needs him.
    Jillian04on September 09, 2005   Link

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