"My Sweet Unvalentine" as written by and Adam Lohrbach Adam Tyler Lohrbach....
You leave me like an addict, always wanting more
But when I break free the sirens sounds and call me back to shore
The bottom of the ocean is the safest place to be
I still swim towards the surface just to breathe your misery

I get so lost and so confused, I'm just so tired of bein' used
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine
I'm just so tired and so afraid that you might leave me everyday
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine

You run just like a rabbit, and I chase you like a fool
But this fool I hate, I can't forsake, this fools in love with you
I'm (I wasting my time) hanging by your threads?
(Make up your mind) Cut these spider webs

I get so lost and so confused, I'm just so tired of bein' used
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine
I'm just so tired and so afraid that you might leave me everyday
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine

Say that you'll be mine
Cut me with your sweet caress, kill me with your tenderness
I don't care what you do, as long as I'm with you

The bottom of the ocean is the safest place to be
I still swim towards the surface just to breathe your misery

I get so lost and so confused, I'm just so tired of bein' used
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine
I'm just so tired and so afraid that you might leave me everyday
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine
I get so lost and so confused, I'm just so tired of bein' used
I wish you'd just make up your mind, my sweet unvalentine



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"My Sweet Unvalentine" as written by Adam Lohrbach

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    General CommentThis song hits close to my heart like whoa.
    My one year anniversary with my last boyfriend was supposed to be on the sixteenth:
    Two days after Valentine's day;
    Three days from today.
    Buuut, he dumped me last week.

    Everytime we're not broken up,
    I feel like I want to get far away from him,
    But when we're seperated,
    I feel like dying.

    It's like I'm just a toy to him,
    And I'm tired of playing his games.
    So I'm desperately striving to rid all ties from him,
    Just like the message in this song.
    xAs_She_CRIESxon February 13, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it means some dude is basically screwing with a girls head and she wants to know if he if being honest or just playing her like just any other girl.
    kellieisradon November 12, 2007   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionThe beginning part of this song sounds so similar to the song 'Fences' by Paramore.

    Anyway, I really like this song.
    To me I feel like it's about a guy that's indecisive. He can't decide whether or not he wants to be or not to be with a girl, and it's really doing the girls head in because it's confusing her.

    "You run just like a rabbit, and I chase you like a fool
    But this fool I hate, I can't forsake, this fools in love with you"
    The girl knows that he's just messing around with her emotions, but she can't let go. She kind of knows she's being sucked in e.g 'This fool I hate' but, she just can't give up on him because she really loves him.

    "Cut me with your sweet caress, kill me with your tenderness
    I don't care what you do, as long as I'm with you"
    I guess like his 'sweet care's' and his 'tenderness' is insincere, but she doesn't care because she rather hang onto his words than endure not having him at all..

    stagnateon November 26, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think she is saying she can't get enough of him no matter how many games he plays with her, she's always going to keep coming around. But she does wish he would treat her better.
    Arobsonskiion April 29, 2010   Link

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