"Blindfold" as written by and Tristan Prettyman....
Don't I seem better
Don't I seem just fine
I've been writing you love letters
One at a time

Keep my thoughts in order
Put my love on the line
But you came along and took it all down
Put your laundry up to dry

No matter how hard I try
Don't think you'll ever see
That your love is a perfect blindfold for me

You swim in and out of my heart
Like a fish in a bowl
It's getting warmer with summer approaching
But still my feet are cold


Alone is good for me
It's where I'd rather be
But I could always use the company
When no one else will do and I still will want you
Yeah, I still want you
And no one else will do

Go on push me away
It's the least you can do
My eyes are soar and my feet are tired
Baby, I'm sick of chasing you

[Chorus: x2]

Lyrics submitted by peytm83, edited by beaches

"Blindfold" as written by Tristan Prettyman

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    General Commentit's pretty self-explanatory. but i think the lyrics are actually:
    alone is good for me
    alone is where id rather be
    bass5137on December 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe how fitting this song is for me right now. I think it's about a girl who's in love with a boy but she realizes that she has to let him go because it's unrequited. But "love is blind", so she can't really let go.
    emc1589on April 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds to me, she is in a relationship with someone she loves very much, but she realizes that while she puts in everything to the relationship, he/she only brings his/her issues to the relationship. They breakup, but the love is still there, it's her blindfold to the problems and the reality that the relationship is not good. She doesn't know who she is because of that love and he/she can't understand that.
    Iris-PJon June 23, 2008   Link

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