"Save Me" as written by Luke Bryan, Michael Ray Carter and Jim Mccormick....
I won't hold my hand out to anyone but you
I don't want to trust anyone but you
If I am to be saved my anybody I want it to be you
I take your hand
You'll find hope scribbled onto scrap pieces of paper
Like I found fate stuck to the curb
Save me now
I won't hold my hand out to anybody but you
There's still time to get hands around my fucking neck
It's time to realise that there is far more to this world that the self loathing you endure
You'll find hope scribbled on scrap paper


Lyrics submitted by Harry_Manback

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    General Commenti think this song is about a relationship that is dying, and how he wants his other half to know that he loves her and doesn't want it to end

    'I won't hold my hand out to anyone but you
    I don't want to trust anyone but you
    If I am to be saved my anybody I want it to be you' shows that there is nobody on the earth he wants to be with than her
    'You'll find hope scribbled onto scrap pieces of paper' shows us that hope is hard to find, but is worth it in the end
    'Like I found fate stuck to the curb' could be him finding her on the curb, and knowing that fate would keep them together
    'There's still time to get hands around my fucking neck' could be him saying 'throw your arms around me, before this is over'
    'It's time to realise that there is far more to this world that the self loathing you endure' is him saying 'you don't need to feel bad for anything'
    and he uses reptition to get the point across

    i love the way that the end is the same as the start, it sorta shows that relationships often end the way they started; from nothing.

    save me is so awesome :)
    eyesorearchitecton March 25, 2009   Link

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