This could be the best for me, most certainly
Silly me and I was so naive, that's what I get for assuming
Silly me and I was so naive, that's what I get for assuming
The rattle in my car is pushing me to the edge
Three blown speakers and the one that works

Is it near me?
Can't hear me singing
Is the one on the back not even on my side?
It's the one on the right and that's just not right
My clothes don't fit the season
I'm cold and that's the reason

Pink slip in my pocket and apparently it's a perfect fit
Cause lately ??? it's all of your own
We're sorry gentlemen the language is already known
Now I might try to make it, to make it on my own
Now I might try to make it, to make it

Cause lately ??? it's all of your own (Because I run the show, even though I may not know)
We're sorry gentlemen the language is already known
Now I might try to make it, to make it on my own (I still do, that now)
Now I might try to make it, to make it

Is it near me?
Can't hear me singing
Is the one on the back not even on my side
Its the one on the right and that's just not right
My clothes don't fit the season
I'm cold and that's the reason

Pink slip in my pocket and apparently it's a perfect fit

Consider me weak like the week after Christmas [x9]


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    General CommentThe last line in this song is flat out amazing
    "Consider me weak like the week after Christmas"
    definitely one of my favorite CIWWAF lines ever...had a lil bit of a problem making out the 2nd verse...1st Cute song ever..recorded in Shaant's room
    fedorov1fanon May 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love you
    kasandraon May 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhoops the rest of my message got cut off. I said I haven't been able to find the lyrics anywhere. And also, it is spelt naive*
    kasandraon May 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAlso, it is 'i'm cold and that's the reason' not 'i'm hoping that's the reason'
    kasandraon May 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about being star-crossed and unlucky. he assumed one thing, being wrong, everything after that just keep falling apart. i think the chorus is just about the 1 speaker out of the 4 that works in his car. being the unlucky guy he is the only speaker working is the one furthest from him, when all he needs are the small things like stereo therapy. it also seems like it's everybody/everything versus him. his clothes not providing warmth, the pink slip that just so happens to fit perfectly...

    also, it's "my clothes don't fit the season, I'M COLD and that's the reason."

    the Christmas line i think refers to how nothing good ever stays... like when Christmas is over...
    Car 1399on August 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is the first song iv ever heard from them and it made me love them its amazing expecially the last line i love it
    momentumon August 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think that it's about a boy who liked someone, who he thought liked him back.

    but instead he gets let down by being thought of as weak.

    but i agree with the fedorov1fan, "consider me weak like the week after christmas" owns.
    naivetyon September 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdo you know where you can download this song (and hiphop at ihop)? they got deleted from my ipod.. i've tried myspace, but you can't download it.. and my computer won't let me download limewire.
    decipherreflectionson November 29, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"They say it's in a language all of your own"

    is the lyrics from the line with the question marks in, before "we're sorry gentlemen that language is already known" .... makes sense.
    rrr.ickyon May 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti like
    x-i-love-music-xon May 28, 2007   Link

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