These tears run down my face tasting of salt
As I feel my heart begin to break
Your love for me comes to a screeching halt
The service that your preaching makes me quake

Please I'm begging you to woo me
Falling in love
Please I'm begging you to make me suffer
Falling in love with you

I could spend forever with you
But that's the last thing that would make you happy
You want to spend forever alone
Or at least I hope you do

Please I'm begging you to woo me
Falling in love
Please I'm begging you to make me suffer
Falling in love with you

Just stay oh so far away from me
Keep your distance and stay alone forever
Just stay oh so far away from me
Keep your distance and stay alone forever


Lyrics submitted by Nereids_Beware

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  • +1
    General CommentThis is definitely one of my favorite Chiodos songs.
    I think it's about him, wanting a girl that doesn't want him.
    And because she doesn't want him, he wants her to not be with anyone else. "You want to spend forever alone
    *Or at least I hope you do*"
    Kind of like an 'If I can't have you no one can' deal.
    mm. I really love Chiodos, all their songs are so relatable.
    Nereids_Bewareon August 06, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthe best acoustic song ive heard from him, i agree with wat Nereids Beware said...
    The song does get me thoughtful in wat im going threw rite now
    ticklishgioon November 20, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think you both nailed it.
    he just really wants this girl to love him and be his and she doesn't want that,so now he's hoping she'll forever be alone and not happy unless she is with him.

    amazing song,regardless of the meaning.
    trixxxiethereptileon February 05, 2009   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningAll Craig is telling us is how his girlfriend won't open up the damn refridgerator!
    Aidenownon September 07, 2009   Link

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