Will you still call me a year then after
Share in the same cynical laughter
At the thought of fence riding in fairweather, yeah
Will you be the judge who judges all the judges
And hold a grudge like there was something between us
I guess you'll never see it through

So tell me that you hate me
And you never really needed me
you'll find those long night somewhere else
Tell me that you love me
And you'll never ever leave me
'Cause you can't do this by yourself
Make up your mind
Make up my mind

Throw the sailor overboard
And let my body wash ashore
'Cause every word that passes those lips is another night spent on on a sinking ship
How does this become about you?
A single shot from a .22
Is all that you would hear
Baby blue

So tell me that you hate me
And you never really needed me
you'll find those long night somewhere else
Tell me that you love me
And you'll never ever leave me
'Cause you can't do this by yourself
Make up your mind
Make up my mind

Will you still call me a year then after
Share in the same cynical laughter
At the thought of fence riding in fairweather, yeah
Will you be the judge who judges all the judges
And hold a grudge like there was something between us
I guess you'll never see it through

So tell me that you hate me
And you never really needed me
you'll find those long night somewhere else
Tell me that you love me
And you'll never ever leave me
'Cause you can't do this by yourself
Make up your mind
Make up my mind



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    General CommentThis does for SFS what Tijuana vs Albuquerque did for AFESTSHCS.

    Simple chords equals awesome song.
    Autuson October 06, 2011   Link
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    My Interpretation"Will you still call me a year then after
    Share in the same cynical laughter
    At the thought of fence riding in fairweather, yeah"

    This is a reference to friend or a girl who was in a relationship with the singer,
    It's talking about fair-weather friend. A friend (or a romantic interest) who is only around when they need you.

    "Will you be the judge who judges all the judges
    And hold a grudge like there was something between us"

    This is talking about being judged a lot by this person. "the judge who judges all the judges"By the sounds of this statement person judges a lot of people.


    "So tell me that you hate me
    And you never really needed me"
    "Tell me that you love me
    And you'll never ever leave me"

    The person who this song is about is giving off conflicting signals.

    "Make up your mind
    Make up my mind"

    The singer is irradiated that this this person is being friendly and hostile and he wishes that his friend or romantic interest will make up her/his mind so that he can make up his mind as well so he can now where he stand with that person.

    I do believe though this song is about a girl though the singer knows and she is sending mixed signals to him. I'll explain why I think it's about a girl.

    "Will you still call me a year then after
    Share in the same cynical laughter"
    Sounds like it's about a girl he used to have fun with,

    "you'll find those long night somewhere else"
    This could be a reference to living with a girl or a friend he used to hang out with late into the night, but I doubt it.

    "Cause every word that passes those lips is another night spent on on a sinking ship" To me this sounds like a relationship with a girl that is failing.

    "Tell me that you love me
    And you'll never ever leave me"
    Most guys don't tell other men they love them but this could be just saying love since it contrasts hate. Most guys also don't tell other guys don't ever leave me, however it could be just talking about loyalty.

    He calls the person in the song "Baby Blue" Baby blue is color that is used for male babies, so it may be about a dude but I think he just said Baby Blue because he was comparing that person to a baby
    TheOnerouson May 08, 2013   Link

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