I never stop feeling strange
cause you never know if you really change
you can never tell if you're center stage
is thin as glass, and never meant a thing
and you never feel good or bad only strange and unprepared
cause i never see you coming or you leaving
now we'll always never know
now we'll always
now we'll always never know
now we'll always

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and you never feel good or bad only strange and unprepared
cause i never see you coming or you leaving
now we'll always never know
now we'll always
now we'll always never know
now we'll always


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    General Commentwhen i first read it i thought like. hes saying that in the moment you cant really always be too sure what your life is about or how you will end up down the line.

    "you can never tell if your center stage is thin as glass, and never meant a thing." (from the booklet)

    to me that means that what your goals and strengths are in life can sometimes turn out to leave you with nothing. maybe for example being the pretty popular girl in school with no brains. so your center stage, so to speak, "never meant a thing" and it left you with no profit, it was just thin as glass and became obsolete in the long run.

    to me hes saying that life is never definite, you never feel all around good or bad, but strange and unprepared for whats next. life is full of surprises and we'll never know.

    by the way it says " 'cause i never see it coming or you leaving". which again, unexpected twists and turns, nothing is ever written in stone.
    beccagon January 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSuch a beautiful song.
    Deaneron October 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commentafter listening to it about a million times in the past few months, this is still one of my favorite songs off of YAMS. beautiful.
    alexandria.morganon December 08, 2008   Link

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