"Majoring in Minors" as written by and Gavin Mackillop Timothy Pagnotta....
Watching your lips move together
Nothing's making sense
Talk to me
Talk to me
I don't want to break the silence with the taste of something violent
Come to me
Come to me

I don't believe the lies
Reading between the lines
I don't belong here any longer
I'll be gone this time

Watching every move you make
I hope you slip
I hope this fades away
Fades away
I get closer with the silent treatment
When it hurts to need it
When it's hard to leave it
Come to me
Come to me

I don't believe the lies
Reading between the lines
I don't belong here any longer
I'll be gone this time
I don't believe the lies
This is the last goodbye
I don't belong here any longer
I'll be gone this time

I'm letting go
I'm letting go
I'm letting go
God only knows it's getting harder everyday

I don't believe the lies
Reading between the lines
I don't belong here any longer
I'll be gone this time
I don't believe the lies
This is the last goodbye
I don't belong here any longer
I'll be gone this time

Watching your lips move together
Nothing's making sense
Talk to me.


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"Majoring in Minors" as written by Timothy Pagnotta Gavin Mackillop

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    General CommentBrill song. About a guy who is fed up of his girlfriend telling him lies and he just wishes she would talk him. But he decides hes had enough.
    Dannielleon October 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's "I don't belong here any longer holding on this tight".

    I thought it was about, like, right after a breakup. He's upset and bitter and trying to let go. She's been lying to him, maybe about why they broke up, or maybe those lies like "I want to spend some time alone" or whatever.

    The second verse is about how right after a breakup, if you're still around each other, you keep watching that person, keeping tabs or whatever. (Especially applicable in smal towns where you can't escape that shit.) He "gets closer with the silent treatment," meaning that he's trying to get over it by ignoring her, cutting her out of his life.
    prayingmantis84on November 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can relate to this song. But instead of a girlfriend, it's about me and my mom =(
    fioteon April 15, 2014   Link

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