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you found me at the bottom of the well
i was hiding from this world's evil spell
and in this darkened state of mind, i felt so wrong
but when i met you,
yes, i made plans to
make it right

and the past has taught me well to build my walls
but when i'm with you somehow i let them fall
and i've tried my best to play it off again
but when i saw you,
my soul shined through
my head

and this could be the light i need to find my back up
but my eyes just can't adjust,
so i can't leave where i was
and darling for a moment i saw every truth in you
but the same i cannot do,
someday i know you'd see that too

you found me at the bottom of the well
standing next to you, i felt ugly as hell
forgive me for being brave for just a day
but it's cause when i saw you,
somehow i just wanted to... change

and this could be the light i need to find my back up
but my eyes just can't adjust,
so i can't leave where i was
and darling for a moment i saw every truth in you
but the same i cannot do,
someday i know you'd see that too

your eyes, shining bright
my eyes, always blind

and darling for a moment i saw every truth in you
but the same i cannot do,
someday i know you'd see me through.


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    My OpinionI think the song is about a person falling in love or admiring someone that has completely captivated them and inspired them to be a better person. But this person feels like it's hard for them to change because they're being weighed down by their past and doesn't feel like they have the right to stand on equal footing with the person they admire so much.

    He quickly comes to accept this person for who they are because they've opened up hope that the world isn't always so cruel but he also hopes in return that they will be able accept and love him for he is.
    sedraon June 01, 2013   Link

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