"White Blank Page" as written by Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford, Edward James Milton Dwane, Benjamin Walter David Lovett and Winston Aubrey Aladar Marshall....
Can you lie next to her
And give her your heart, your heart
As well as your body
And can you lie next to her
And confess your love, your love
As well as your folly
And can you kneel before the king
And say I'm clean, I'm clean

Tell me now, where was my fault
In loving you with my whole heart
Oh tell me now, where was my fault
In loving you with my whole heart

A white blank page and a swelling rage, rage
You did not think when you sent me to the brink, to the brink
You desired my attention but denied my affections, my affections

Tell me now, where was my fault
In loving you with my whole heart
Oh tell me now, where was my fault
In loving you with my whole heart

Lead me to the truth and I will follow you with my whole life
Lead me to the truth and I will follow you with my whole life


Lyrics submitted by rozelemarijn, edited by Mellow_Harsher, tadejm, natasha173

"White Blank Page" as written by Edward James Milton Dwane Benjamin Walter David Lovett

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    General CommentI adore this song!

    I'm sure what it's about but I could venture a guess. I thought that perhaps it was of a person who was willing to dedicate him/her self to a person that they loved but the latter did not share the same intentions. Maybe the other person only wanted a short-term relationship and hence broke the 'singer's' (or the persona in the song) heart.

    I don't know, but I that's what I thought, not much depth but hey. The song is fantastic.
    xapril_saddlexon October 05, 2008   Link

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