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Hayley, it doesn't even matter now.
We could have truly had it all

They took him to the hills,
where they made him a star
Everyone loved who they knew from a far
They farmed a deceiver, who wed a believer
With her fed, she conceived his little girl
who oppressed called in danger;
Torched his eyes with her anger
All the flashes captured daddy's dismay
and she took her life before she could run away

I went there, to the site they had said she would be
Too cold a world for a girl, seventeen
I couldn't complete it, they wouldn't foresee it
Love is now where her life couldn't be
Oh believe it can happen
Death is time's true companion
And the future takes a second to be
Close your eyes and feel what is happening

Hayley, the dark world took you under,
What ever made you wonder?


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    General Commenti loveee this song, its so poetic, but really dark. great use of language.
    orange23on July 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is beautiful, and will always be one of my favorites. & Not just because it has my name in it ^_^

    I believe, that this song is about A girl, being a victim of hollywood and having a famous dad, and she kills herself because of the complications that come with that.

    & the "Love is now where her life couldn't be" i think is just about how now that she's gone, people have realized how they treated her/ or what she's gone through. & she made an impact on the world, and thus love grew from her suicide.
    =) good song!
    HaleyxxBeeon August 14, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE this song.
    Gets stuck in my head all the time, but i think its "famed' a deceiver not"farmed".
    I wonder what he means by the chorus? But thats my favorite part anyway.
    depthofblueon March 22, 2012   Link

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