"Make A Mistake" as written by and Brad Paisley....
You over think things
You say what if we're not meant to be
Well you know what so what
Make a mistake with me

Nobody goes through this life and does
Everything perfectly
We're all gonna fail so you might as well
Make a mistake with me

Sometimes baby when we take
A chance that has this much at stake
We look back and in hindsight
What seemed wrong looks more like right

So I say worst case we'll be left with
Lots of good memories
This chance we have well it's worth that
So make a mistake with me

I'm tellin' you the right thing to do
Is make a mistake
Make a mistake
Make a mistake with me


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"Make a Mistake" as written by Brad Paisley

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    General CommentWhen I listen to this song I feel deep questioning about what love really is. The girlfriend has questions - "what if we're not meant to be" and the guy says even if its a mistake, "make a mistake with me".

    The two sides I see: The questioning could be fear about getting hurt, or it could be legit questions which would come back to haunt her after the romance dies in the relationship. Till death do us part is a long time and there are only so many flings we can have before we are left hollow, hurt and wrecked emotionally. In the end it comes down to whether we trust the other person with who we are, and whether or not we will allow them to hurt us. (becuause in any good and healthy relationship, people will inevitably hurt each other... its just what you do with that instance)

    A simple song about taking a chance at love and seeing if it works out.
    thecontemplateron January 10, 2007   Link

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