I am so much more
Than this dirty whore you see in me
You are just the same
But you never blame yourself for anything

Darling, I told you once before
That I'm a sinner (sinner)
Darling, I told you once before
That I'm a liar, cheater, not a friend

Of those who live to love

I am so much more
Than this dirty whore you see in me
You are just the same
But you never blame yourself for anything

You are just the same
You are just the same


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    General CommentAnother one you can find on YouTube.

    The only thing that sounds weird in this song is that one line: "Oh those who live to love". That's what I made of it, but it sounds like it might be something else. So if you find out what, let me know.
    foundthevelvetsun7on July 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti got "of those who live to love" when i listened a couple times.
    allmyoxygenon September 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHe's got such an amazing voice.... When I look at Josh's pics and compare the old ones to the new ones, it feels like something's wrong... Look at this video:

    youtube.com/…

    You can see the difference between some of the pics... The way he uses the word 'sinner' so many times, the way he uses it to refer to himself... And something always seemed wrong between him and Hayley for a while... Like something happened. It's not very visible, but I've observed them a lot and seen flashes of it many times... Feels like something happened. He did something or something happened to him... Something went wrong... Like something forces him to be so serious and sort of upset. And I feel like something happened between Hayley and him... and that is what this song is about.
    Rockrox4everon May 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAnd incidentally, has anyone noticed that the inro sounds like the intro of 'Conspiracy'? It's just less metal!
    Rockrox4everon May 15, 2010   Link

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