"Why We're Better Now" as written by and Graham/st. John Fink....
If decency were a common theme, we'd be the prey
If memory meant anything, I'd still be coming after you
If we don't stare, then it's not there
What do you care if nothing exists to hurt you

We'd be the prey
Akin, estranged
In memory of tragedy, we'd kill to stay

Immorally swore a king, in sin we're saved
In empathy of tragedy, I'd still be coming after you

If we don't stare, then it's not there
What do you care if nothing exists

We'd be the prey
We'd be the prey


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    General CommentI feel like the guy is mad at a girl for ending a relationship out of something along the lines of apathy or a new, sad philosophy of life. Perhaps, she is thinking too hard "if we don't stare, then its not there"

    I can't place what she is thinking but he sees her logical flaws when he says "we'd be the prey"
    kilimonianon January 15, 2008   Link

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