I don't know
I don't have a clue
It's been a year since I heard from you
But still this town reminds me of
The days when we were still in love

But I know
Once I'm all alone
My love will unfold
Once I know
You're really gone

I don't know
I don't have a clue
But you left so I'm leaving too
You know I've always tried to be
more like you and less like me

But I know
Once I'm all alone
My love will unfold
Once I know
I'm really gone

You can say what you want
But you got it all wrong
You can say what you want
I'll be biting my tongue
Even if you'll be twisting my arm
I'll stay strong
You can say what you want
But you got it all wrong

Once I'm all alone
My love will unfold
Once I know
You're really gone

I'll feel better
Once I'm out of here
I'm sure I'll see things clear
Once I know
I'm really gone

You can't
You can say what you want
But you got it wrong
You can say what you want
I'll be biting my tongue
Even if you'll be twisting my arm
I'll stay strong
You can say what you want
But you got it all wrong

Got it all wrong
Got it all wrong
You got it all wrong
Got it all wrong


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    General CommentNo comments? It's a great song.. I see it as the singer is trying his best to stay strong.. when he sings 'but you left, so I'm leaving too', he sounds like hurting, with resentment but willing to move on too. He might have returned to his hometown or the city where they 'were still in love' and he admits that it gets to him but he desperately wants to believe that once he leaves he'll feel better and move on. The chorus, 'you can say what you want but you got it all wrong' sounds to me as the girl has been talking bout him with other people, perhaps saying that he's not over her or that she feels sorry for him, etc... but even though it may be true, he's staying strong and not coming back.
    cutejsyon July 27, 2011   Link

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