"Count Me In" as written by and Jonathan Luke/nixon Mcduffee....
Cradle up there's a fragile life
You can paint the picture pretty
But it serves as no disguise
Its only getting later now
And you've become a waste of time

The silver spoon won't feed your friends
Cause life tastes bitter when your eat with your hands

Count me in and I'll be the one
To take the knife out of your spine
Cause I know you'd be the first
To bury the blade deeper into mine
Into mine

Living on this charming life
You can write the prefect setting
But the story I'm not buying

We're only getting older now
And you've become a waste of time
The silver spoon won't feed your friends
Cause life tastes bitter when your eat with your hands

Count me in and I'll be the one
To take the knife out of your spine
Cause I know you'd be the first
To bury the blade, to bury the blade
Im counting on you to bury the blade

Count me in and I'll be the one
To take the knife out of your spine
Cause I know you'll be the one
To bury the blade but she's still in mine

Count me in and I'll be the one
To take the knife out of your spine
Cause I know you'd be the first
To bury the blade deeper into mine
Count me in, count me in
Count me in, count me in
To bury the blade deep in your spine


Lyrics submitted by SweetMisery13

"Count Me In" as written by Jonathan Luke Mcduffee Brandon Christopher Wootten

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentthis song reminds me of the old saying keep your friends close but your enemies closer
    Musicfan06on July 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it may be "life taste Bitter when you eat with your hands"
    mavrick480on November 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it's someone that wears a facade and pretends to be someone they're not. That someone is also very deceitful and is quick to betray people that want to be friends.

    I agree, Musicfan06, that saying and this song do seem to go hand in hand.
    stagnateon December 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOops, sorry. I didn't mean to reply to stagnate's post.
    applecinnamonon March 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentBut I agree with mavrick480. I thought it was "life tastes bitter when you eat with your hands"
    applecinnamonon March 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentTo me this song is about how he is getting fed up with this person stabbing him in the back when he is trying to keep from doing the same to him/her. notice the last chorus changes from "count me in and ill be the one to take the knife out of your spine" to "count me in to bury the blade deep in your spine" this shows that hes given up on trying to deal with it and its time that he repays this person for all their shit! lmao...
    EmoLIfe198996on July 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentDuuuude, only 6 comments? This song is one of my absolute favorites by them. I can relate to it because my "best friend" totally turned on me when I needed her the most. It was horrible, but Framing Hanley helped me deal with itt.
    tyggzzon December 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentYes I like this song, coz it sums up me and my ex-friends...(Grr them damn bitches).
    JustxKillxMeon December 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is about a beautiful, spoiled girl that he is captured by so strongly, he finds it hard to let go. So instead, they fight all the time and hurt each other. He feels if he apologizes, she'll see him as vulnerable and go for the kill. After a while of back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, he's begging her to do it so he can be free. Finally, his helplessness, hurt, and hope turn into hate and it is done.
    JustinThenickon August 17, 2010   Link

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