She's bright and you're bleak
Then she kicked you out into the street
You call her when you're weary and weak
And the coma you slip into
Will hold all this against you
You will learn to bite your tongue when you speak
You resolve all your sings
Start it all over again

Don't go home,
If you need to, you can call me from the road.

If you only noticed

You're dressed up and you're nervous
And we've well-rehearsed our burdens
You feel like nothing is complete

You're soulless and you're worthless
You'll be nothing until you notice
You can find regufe in anyone you meet

But don't go home
If you need to, you can call me from the road
You might notice

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    General CommentWell, I'm terrible at interperating things but what I get out of it is, well, lets say a boy messed up in a relationship and the girl ended it and became sympathetic towards and still wants to have a close friendship with him because she still cares about him.
    sashakicksiton May 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can relate to this song probably better than I'd like to admit.
    Sounds to me, the person was kicked out far before they were ready to discover themself, and they feel useless and unable to pick themselves back up. At the same time, theyre too prideful to return to the place where he was abandoned.
    IndieSenon December 08, 2007   Link

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