"a taste of your own medicine" as written by Christopher Rutledge Cargile, Adam Cory Harrell, Michael Christian Lamb and Jason Daniel Lowery....
You're about to feel a rush of blood run down your spine
You're about to taste a dose of your own medicine
I'm bending over backwards and I'm cutting it close
I put my life at risk for you
Your love for failure clearly shows
I'm better off to let you go
You only lead the darkest alleys
You're misleading me with your ghost
I felt so afraid when you showed up
With your means to betray
Oh no, I'm tearing down all the memories of your face
Though I never saw you I can recognize your taste of love
This can't be love, you haven't the slightest what that means
Love is patient, with no intentions to deceive

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"A Taste of Your Own Medicine" as written by Christopher Rutledge Cargile Adam Cory Harrell

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    General CommentI think he is saying how he is like scared to love anymore after being totally torn apart.
    Props_89on February 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah i agree with both it could mean something about satan how he doesnt like him and doesnt want anything to do with him or about a relationship that failed.
    fallshorton August 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, that could be it, and how Satan always tastes his own failure because of the beautiful cross, but could also be a disastorous woman.
    Failedwisdomon August 23, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti think he's talking about satan,hence the "I'm tearing down all the memories or your face, though I never saw you, I can recogonize your tast of love.
    O_o IDK, that's just my POV on it
    foreverHis888on October 18, 2006   Link

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