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If you don't want to know
Why'd you ask with phrases slow?
You hear too much, still want it all.
Listen to the writing on the wall.
Greek alphabet can ruin days
Off a tongue that swills and sways
Into ears that must digest.
The mind is forced to clean up the mess.
If you're the one who feels it
I'm the one who lets it go.
Lots of thoughts to think, but nothing to really know.
When you were young, you made no words
Sounds and noise that still unnerves and now
You've grown and you can speak.
For some though, it's all tongue in cheek.
You paint yourself with clouds around you so just
Sit back, relax, and take the pill.
You think I know nothing about you, but I
Know something more than I should spill.


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    General Commentthis reminds me of when you break up with someone and they ask you a whole bunch of questions.. and ask for the honest answer and you give it to them and they get all upset and angry.. and you are like then why did you ask!? like the person who initiated the break up is the one who lets it go and the person who is gets broken up with is the one who feels.
    "Lots of thoughts to think, but nothing to really know." i think that line may be the confusion and the thoughts that run through your head during a break up but you really dont know anything for sure. but all this myabe be wrong.. this is just what the song means to me
    ed2590on August 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song but I have absolutely NO idea what it's about
    Robolitiouson December 18, 2011   Link
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    General CommentWell I can sort of see a few things... but honestly, to me it could be anything. THAT'S how confused I am about it.
    Robolitiouson December 18, 2011   Link

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