Please run, please run
Please run away with me

Please come, please come
Please come and stay with me

I don't know what to do if once more I lose you
It will tear me in two

If you should go right now I want to see you but I don't know how
I slit this cut in the black expanding sky
The rain bleeds out before my jaded eyes
To live without your love I don't know how

On and on I go in this world lusting after every empty girl
As the smoke spat from the rifle slowly swirls
But I can't explain how I feel
And all I know tonight is that it's real

I'm praying, darling:
Maybe someday we, together can be the king and queen
(Make me believe you mean this)
Maybe someday we, together can be the king and queen
(I'll believe this when I see it)

Maybe someday we, together can be the king and queen of all I've seen


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"Plea" as written by Max Bemis

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    General Commentwhere is the rock tonics juice magic part in this song? it says its in here but i don't hear it at all.
    controlfreakon October 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think the rocks tonic part is just the actual music. a sample from the song or something just played into this one.

    but that being said; this song is amazing. it's a great closer to a magnificent album... i'm extremely pleased.
    outroon October 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentasking his ex not to go, maybe asking her to just be friends with him?

    and ending saying that max loved every empty girl but he feels he's found one who is his current girlfriend
    Twikkion November 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti love ken vasoli and hayley williams, and their parts in this song. this song is sooo freaking good.
    bonjouraurevoiron November 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI swear Max is a fucking genius.
    This song is incredible... I can't explain how hearing Ken and Hayley's voice just overtook me. I love all the collaborations on this album, especially this one.
    anoceanbetweenon November 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOk, this sounds stupid even to me, but anything that Hayley Williams touches (or sings on) turns to gold.
    Paralesson November 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite song on the new CD. Which is Fuckin' amazing. The last part gets me so pumped. Max is an amazing song writer.
    Spacemonkeywriteron January 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about how he broke with his girlfriend and in their time apart he had relationships that didn't mean anything and realizing he still loves his ex he tries to talk to her and tell her that they can fix things and be happy again
    notoriousfat67on January 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is the perfect ending for an album like this. It appears that Max and his girlfriend are back together, possibly married or having moved to another town to get away from their problems. but from the sound of max's girlfriend she is not very convinced. Max and her will really have to work to get themselves back on stable ground. The music at the end is so suspensful and then just climatic and wonderful. This is one of the best songs on the album. Easily.
    And such a Say Anything ending, they don't live happily ever after, but they life together ever after. They work through their problems now, they've stopped running away from their problems they will face them together. Ironically they did this by running away from their old lives. Have they really changed? I'd like to hope so.
    picketfence14on February 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI know it's not just me. Anthony Green sings the last line of this song with the other vocalists. Tell me I'm not crazy! I can pick out his voice so easily!
    ryebreadismeon February 03, 2008   Link

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