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i don't mean to run, but every time you come around i feel more alive than ever
and i guess it's too much, maybe we're too young and i don't even know what's real
but i know i've never wanted anything so bad, i've never wanted anyone so bad

if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?
be the one i'm looking for
if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?
be the one i'm looking for

help me come back down, from high above the clouds you know i'm suffocating but i blame this town
why do i deny, the things that burn inside down deep i'm barely breathing but you just see a smile
and i don't want to let this go, really i just want to know

if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?
be the one i'm looking for
if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?

[stay]
be the one i'm looking for

if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?
be the one i'm looking for
if i let you love me, be the one adored, would you go all the way?
be the one i'm looking for
if i let you love me, say the word adored, would you go away?
be the one i'm looking for


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  • +1
    General CommentThis song is so sweet. The sound of it is very simple too. I wonder why they didn't really want fans to get ahold of this song.
    Like_A_Doveon December 14, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is so beautiful.
    They really should have put it on one of their albums!

    Love it :X :X :X
    LaughingOutLoud707on August 17, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThey didn't want people to get ahold of this song because it doesnt properly represent their music as a band. Notice the more pop sound and the typical girlie lyrics, very avril or hilary style.
    Koomon December 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthey probably will in the future, becuase maybe they felt like it didnt fit with the rest of the Riot! album
    Suicidal_Heartson December 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentor...maybe what Koom said lol, i havent heard it so i dunno lol
    Suicidal_Heartson December 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti don't really think this is a song by Paramore.

    it's a song by Hayley and a couple of dudes in TN.
    i guess.

    youtube.com/…

    that's where you can hear the song.

    i think the song's meaning is actually pretty laid out there.
    alyssabysson December 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhoa i like this a lot.
    it's a shame they don't want people to hear these songs. :/
    matchbox_20on December 23, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think the lyrics are just pretty straight-forward here. No need for me to explain it.

    This song isn't by Paramore. It's either by The Factory, Hayley and Jeremy's old band, or it's just a Hayley song.

    Notice how it sounds a lot more pop (music and lyrics) than it does rock. Very different, but still very amazing.
    xxbreakmedownon February 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song isn't technically Paramore. It's Hayley's and she recorded it with Nichols Rogers and Trevisick Nicholas in Tennessee pre-Paramore or shortly after. There are a bunch of these songs floating around and no, they don't like to talk about them or anything. I love this song, though, but no offense but I don't think it's "a shame".
    soundsofsympathyon May 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song was made before the acctual "Paramore".
    If I'm not mistakened, then this was made by Hayley Nichole Williams and some boys in another band.
    Not sure what the other band was, really.
    The meaning of the song is pretty straight forward.
    As are most of the Paramore songs.
    They barely have any confusing lyrics, yet their songs are still brilliant and beautiful.
    :D
    briiighteron July 04, 2008   Link

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