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I met a Kate
In the tiniest of dark little doses
And all at once became enchanted by her charms
We tempted fate,
We embraced in darkened doorways and stairwells
Her skin so cold until she ran into my arms

I miss you more and more by the hour

I'll be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart
Be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart

I met a Kate
And the full details I scarcely remember
But over time I lost connection with my friends
Still I can state
Despite the lonely weeks that fill my Decembers
A coup of rendezvous erases all regrets.

Now, my blood runs thick like sap in a tree
But picks up quick when you’re back and I know, I know, I know, no no

And I'll be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart
Be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart
And you're body breaks into a million shards, when we part
Be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart

So my dear, lets be clear as I wave you over here
That I find myself questioning
Would it shake me to just break it off?
I won’t miss your insistence “a tryst for the day’s rent”
When you and I meet its like piss meets the pavement
I’ve been climbing so hard but I can finally feel you under my toes

I met a Kate
Its so strange to be estranged from your one true beloved
Do all I can to find a love just like her.

And I'll be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart
Be with you, I swear
On my heart, on my heart
And you're body breaks into a million shards, when we part
I'll be with you, I swear (be with you i swear x5)
On my heart, on my heart


Lyrics submitted by DeathOnTwoLegs

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    General CommentAnyone think it is about drugs?

    met a kate= medicate. Idk, the rest of the lyrics seem to be about an addiction.
    hsptlbedcrawlon September 28, 2009   Link
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    General Comment:D
    DeathOnTwoLegson September 15, 2007   Link

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