"Dearest Mistake" as written by Cameron Keym, Salvatore Mignano, Douglas Michael Robinson and Joseph Philip Zizzo....
Down that road, bloom in growth.
I don't wait for you.
I won't wait for you.

I hope you're sitting while you read this.
Study it well.
This is the last you'll see of me.
Dearest mistake, I can't forgive it.
One thing's for sure, he's not worth your time and heart.

Down that road, bloom in growth.
I won't wait for you.
I won't wait for you.

By now, I'd hate myself
I don't want you to want him. No.

As we move on and we look back,
We both knew the truth,
We were as wrong as wrong could be.
Even at our worst, somehow we make it work.
Those days are gone, since been cheated by three dull words.

Down that road, bloom in growth.
I won't wait for you.
I won't wait for you.

By now, I'd hate myself
I dont want you to want him. No.
Somehow I've changed myself.
I don't want you to want him, but i don't want you.

No. I don't want you.

By now, I'd hate myself
I dont want you to want him. No.
I dont want you to want him, but I don't want you.

No. I don't want you


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    General Commentabout a relationship ending, because the two people weren't really cut out for each other. the lyrics cheated by three dull words, i'm thinking mean i love you. so they didn't really love each other.

    and even though they're over, the guy is looking at the girl, seeing that she's found someone new, and although he doesn't want to be with the girl, he doesn't want her to move on.
    bunnys_speak_wordson July 03, 2007   Link

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