You have a name that can't be sung
Your mouth wilts at confession
So down your throat another bottle
A filthy word in your stomach

This story of love, a fantastic one
Easy to live without
When ripe with conviction
Oh doggy it's abandonment now but
I'll come back for you with a home built for us

My fault unconditional lies
Called a coward of many sorts
But unlike you I give too much, and take much more
Deadweight on my shoulders

You gotta see this now
From up on my rooftop
You're not half as big as you think you are
But as I look over the edge, I wanna jump so badly
To get a better look at me being loved

Let my love spill out
I call out to you I bleed too real
I shut my eyes tight
Stretch my arms out wide
The intention was never
To watch my hair grow long

It's not all for naught, no
It's not all for naught, no


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    General Comment"It's not over I know" = "It's not all for naught, no..."
    one2attackon February 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBut as I look over the edge, I wanna jump so badly
    To get a better look at me being loved


    Best line. Beautiful.
    perfect_fiton December 23, 2008   Link

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