Hey mister common sense,
Won't you help me break this fence... down?
Oh God, im sinking in,
Right back into my sin... my sin.

Oooh oooh oh.

Hey mister common sense,
Won't you help me break this fence... down?
Oh God, im sinking in,
Right back into my sin... my sin.

Oooh oooh oh
Oooh oooh oh


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    General CommentThis is an amazing duet with Hayley and Josh! Its on youtube if you want to hear!
    moremore1234on July 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThere's already a copy of this on Josh's page on this site... I don't think there should be one here too unless someone has proof that all of Paramore is in this song too...

    I think this was more just a solo thing for Josh (this and the other two ones), but Hayley's just singing with him on this one. I don't think that the rest of Paramore has anything to do with these.

    Peace.
    foundthevelvetsun7on July 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commentcan someone send me this song?? :]
    please??

    ritz8crackers@gmail.com
    it_beats_only_4_youon November 27, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe line "Won't you help me break this fence... down?" really reminds me of fences. except in fences the line is about building fences, not breaking them down. so i don't know. but maybe this is kind of like fences from another point of view, and so much more kind of sounds like misery business from another point of view. i don't know i'm probably totally wrong, just speculating here.
    euphiliteon March 01, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis is my opinion of what the song means: i think it means that he needs help regaininng freedom from his conscience after a "sin" he did and hes going back into guilt

    theres not many lyrics so theres not much to say about it.
    shinyninetaleson June 29, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI think he needs an escape from reality. the 'fence' would be the line between reality and fiction, so it's sorta ironic asking 'mister common sense' to help tear it down. his sin is in reality, and he just beeds to get away.
    niceasiceon October 20, 2010   Link
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    General Commentnow that i think about it, i could be the other way around: he need to get back to reality
    niceasiceon October 20, 2010   Link

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