So i recognize you're amazing,
i've known it since the day we met,
oh beautiful you are my darling,
but lately you cant stand yourself.
Cause you've been hurt by the world, it's such a painful place to be.
but i still see beauty.

So darling don't you fear
I know you're not a hopeless case
You were meant for more
this is a temporary state
don't believe you've gone to far
i love you just the same,
So please don't run away.

So you're feeling pretty lonely,
you are not who you thought you'd be,
well everybody needs forgiveness,
even sometimes from themselves.
Cause when you're hurt by the world
it's such a painful place to be.
But i still see beauty.

And you've been scared to face yourself at night.
But telling everyone that you,re just fine.
but tell me what's the use in life if you can't be free.


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    General Commentbasicall, this is about a guy who is telling his girlfriend that he wants her to know that even though she goes through alot of crap, its not the end of the world, and even though she has made mistakes and hasnt accomplished everything shes wanted, doesnt mean shes a failure, and hes reassuring her that even the world seems screwed up, he still has faith that their is some sanity somewhere out there, and he wants her to know that even when bad things may happen to her and she feels horrible, he still thinks shes the most beautifuk perons he's ever seen and he loves her. he has forgiven her for any mistakes she has made, and hes letting her know that she needs to learn to forgive herself, too. basically, a good boyfriend doing his best to reassure his girlfriend and make her feel better, with words straight from the heart.

    -shizzle
    shell_is_beaston August 24, 2008   Link

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