Calm down, listen close and I'll explain your potential
You've got a lot to learn
See, you and me were meant to be instrumental
We are guardians in this world

If chivalry lives in the last man standing
I'm gonna fight all day

So let go, let go
You destroy yourself when you're someone else
And I know like you know
You're intended for so much more than this

If you don't allow my voice to be the one you confide in
I'm simply letting you know
I'll be sure to be the one you collide with
So you grow how you need to grow

If chivalry lives in the last man standing
I'm gonna fight all day

So let go, let go
You destroy yourself when you're someone else
And I know like you know
You're intended for so much more than this

So little of you know your purpose of protection
While so many of you drag your good name miles in the wrong direction

If chivalry lives in the last man standing
I'm gonna fight all day

So let go, let go
You destroy yourself when you're someone else
And I know like you know
You're intended for so much more than this


Lyrics submitted by hacika

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    General Commentthey are talking about people who sell out or are trying to at least. bands who have great potential but use it for all the wrong reasons. You cant succeed happily if your character is fake. the greatest part about this song is this verse "See, you and me were meant to be instrumental
    We are guardians in this world" ahhh love it. it is so true...music has been my guardian angel:)
    ricachicaon January 08, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningNope. It's about opening the door for a lady. He's speaking to another dude throughout the song trying to explain to him what it takes to be a man and what he needs to do.
    johnnybutt21on June 01, 2009   Link

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