Let me play you a song on your typewriter
You can sing along
Words won't matter anyhow
When I lean in to kiss your mouth
Cause he's been talking all night long
But I dont hear a thing he says
Cause I still miss that boy
Ever since I went away
Tell me that there's still hope and now
Tell me that you'll change your mind
Any day now
I've been thinking crazy things
Ever since you walked away
Words don't come so easily
Why won't you please speak to me
Well outside seasons changing
And my heart is taking
Into consideration everything my heart is saying
Tell me that there's still hope and now
Well tell me I might change your mind
Any day now
Cause baby I can show you how
Well tell me that you'll change your mind
Any day now
Remember when you said to me
You can fold a tree like oragami
So keep driving north my dear
And soon you'll see that love lives here
Tell me that there's still help and now
Well tell me that you'll change your mind
Any day now
Cause baby I can show you how
And baby I will change your mind
Any day now


Lyrics submitted by peytm83

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    General CommentTristan says this is about that feeling where when someone breaks up with you, you always want them back.. then at some point you realize that you were essentially the one who broke up with them.. and that you start kicking yourself for getting the ball rolling again.

    I take it from there to mean that you broke up with them for not acting right, but it feesl like they were breaking up with you b-c all they had to do was act right and you'd have stayed.

    They didnt think it was worth it to try,.. and its easy to think you can change their mind if you take it personally that they must not have cared enough or they'd have tried...

    So you can get them back, but you cant make them a better person.

    Usually they just wouldnt try for anyone.. so its a bit confusing, but I see it a lot..
    shaynap84on April 12, 2010   Link

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