Ricky & Gar
Well, they took it too far
They didn't make it
They didn't make it

Chrissy & Stace
Thought they made no mistakes
They didn't make it
They didn't make it

Whether living with hope
or at the end of a rope
it isn't written in stone
when the future's unknown
And though some do atone
Through no fault of their own
They fall through the cracks
And get left by the wayside

God Willing, It's the last time I'll say goodbye
God willing, I'll see you on the other side
It's the last time I'll put my arms around you
The last time I'll look in your eyes
I've come here to put my arms around you
And say one final goodbye
Yeah, I'll see you in the other side
Yeah, I'll see you in the other side

Chicky & Fly
They were really good guys
They didn't make it
They didn't make it

Laura so sweet and
Kenny right in his sleep
They didn't make it
They didn't make it
So as you walk out the door
Take care, and always be sure
That the ones in your life
Know that you love them tonight
Fate has one guarantee
And we all must agree
That the best laid plans
May all change by tomorrow

Chorus x2

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  • +2
    General Comment"Chrissy and Stace thought they made no mistakes. They didn't make it..."
    No matter how careful you are, anything can happen because life is so unpredictable. soul_doubt pretty much got the point exactly.
    The song definitely makes you feel guilty for having pointless fights with the ones you love.
    AreTooDeToon September 20, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits about how you could die at any time and we cant take life for granted
    soul_doubton September 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentquite possibly, it's also amazingly catchy, this is the song that got me into them, could definately be a single
    elliotbwfcon September 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentGreat song. one of their best.
    on December 15, 2008   Link

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