believe me, i believe everything you say
even if you claimed you heard a ghost sing songs
i think i know what you do when i'm away
but believe me, i'll believe they were simple mistakes

i've been worn away by birthday memories and galleries of pictures in my head of you when i'm away

maybe we could make this space to talk about it,
forget about it (for now)
it seems so hard to do

and there's a constant pain in my head caused by sights i'd rather forget
i hope this time it'll fade away

i'd do anything to keep this fear from flowing through my veins, oh, i'll stay awake and fret just for you

i'll stay awake and fret just for you


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    General CommentThis song is awesome :]
    I think it's pretty clear what it's about too.

    Girlfriend cheated on guy, and the guy is saying how he trusts her so much, that even after seeing it with his own eyes, he'd still believe her if she said that they were just 'simple mistakes.'

    "believe me, i believe everything you say
    even if you claimed you heard a ghost sing songs
    i think i know what you do when i'm away
    but believe me, i'll believe they were simple mistakes"

    and now he's trying to get rid of the memory of what happened.

    "There's a constant pain in my head caused my sights I'd rather forget, I hope this time it'll fade away"
    mrsatozxddon December 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti loveeee this song. i used to be so obsessed. its not "i`ll." its "i`d" as in "i would" but my favorite lyrics in this song is "i`d stay awake and fret, just for you."
    heartxbroadcaston December 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentand there's a constant pain in my head caused by sights i'd rather forget
    i hope this time it'll fade away

    that's amazing.
    this song is amazing.


    everything about dld is amazing.
    geeze_0xon May 24, 2007   Link

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