So now, I’m a traitor. Yeah, the worst kind,
I’ve been playing both sides the entire time.
I even fooled myself, so when I sold you lines, I was sure I was right

But all my favorite writers believed in fate
And it’s just too prefect for me to take
I mean, believe what you need, whatever helps cover up the taste

So we met like cadavers. Our gurneys passed in the hospital hall.
Yeah we were riding that elevator down as far as it goes.
And you spent a week in hell, with the devil slipping you pills, to keep you scared, to keep you there
And you spent a week in hell with the devil slipping you pills to keep you scared, just to keep you there.

And there were beautiful bodies thrown across my bed and I just panicked,
so now everyone is screaming and just their guns are drawn but you still heard me whisper,
“Yeah, go on, go on, go on. We Were never in love.”

Yeah, we were never in love. I mean, I don’t know, I never knew, but I just held my tongue.
But it was never enough, you’re still squaring me up.
So I just blacked it out and you snuffed it out til there was nothing left to speak of.

We were never in love. Yeah, we were never in love. I mean, I don’t know, maybe I never will, so I’ll just hold my tongue til we just can’t call it love.
Aw we just can’t call it love, and if that was my chance, yeah if I fucked it up then I guess I will never be in love, I will never be in love.


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