when you make that face its perfect. hold me so tight that my ribs break so i can die in your arms.
ive felt this way before and ive said all of these words.

hold me to your chest because i need your heartbeat since i cant look into your eyes.
i dont deserve to anyway. and i know honesty is your weakness and you know affection is mine.
neither of us have healed from past hurts i can see it on your face and you can hear it in my voice all i have this broken heart to offer you so take its yours.
its been broken beyond more breaking so i could really use someone to rebuild.


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    General CommentPerfect. Just... Perfect.
    alien13on July 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWhen you make that face:

    It's

    perfect.

    Hold me so tight that my ribs break
    and then I'd die in your arms.
    I've felt this way before
    and I've said all of these words...

    Hold me to your chest
    'cause I need your heartbeat.
    I cant look into your eyes.
    ...I don't deserve to anyway.
    and I know honesty..
    ..honesty is your weakness
    and you know affection..
    ..that affection is mine.
    Neither of us have healed from past hurts, so...
    I can see it on your face
    And you can hear it in my voice.
    All i have this broken heart to offer you
    So, take it. It's yours.
    It's been broken beyond more breaking
    So, I could really use someone to rebuild.

    I could really use someone to rebuild.

    So, I could really use someone to rebuild.





    I absolutely adore this song. iwhaciyy are amazing, lyrically and sonically.
    Enthused_punkon June 21, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is probably one of the prettiest things i've ever read.
    T33NM4CH1N3on August 22, 2010   Link

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