Just he uses love for sex
And sure she uses sex for love
And they're both hoping for the best
I also have that dream you're thinking of
If we place a blindfold on our eyes
Iron and gold appear the same
It's intense hope that makes us try
So we go on and play the game

And once again we get attached
And think we've found the answer
Here! Here! Here we go again
Ran into many walls
But I know I'll get that answer
Here we go again
We loved not wisely but to well...

We're hoping she will be the one
But we never learn from our mistakes
And bassed on beauty love soon dies
Then we make our move to separate
Yes iron and gold appear the same
But one is costly to obtain
And I'll be the only onle blame
If I resist I know I'll gain

And once again we get attached
And think we've found the answer
Here! Here! Here we go again
Ran into many walls
But I know I'll get that answer
Here! Here! Here we go again

We loved not wisely but too well...
We loved not wisely but, not wisely but too well!

Yes iron and gold appear the same
But one is costly to obtain
And I'll be the only one blame
If I go on and play the game

And once again we get attached
And think we've found the answer
Here! Here! Here we go again
Ran into many walls
But I know I'll get that answer
Here! Here! Here we go again

Here we go again! Here we go again!

We loved not wisely but too well!


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Here We Go (Shelter cover) song meanings
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    General CommentI think its about a relationship that keeps getting back together.
    -"Here we go again"
    They keep thinking they've fallen in love again
    -"And once again we get attached
    And think we've found the answer"
    But it doesn't work out.

    I think the gold could be a metaphor for true love. they're so blinded that they think their cheap iron is actually gold.

    more comments ! this band is fantastic (: (:
    luvinafion November 05, 2008   Link

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