Please excuse my convictions
If things are different don't be alarmed
And when it gets hard to listen
I'll try and leave out the painful parts
You know
I've got to ask you to let go

[Chorus:]
Please, please, please let me out
We're not what it�s about
And this is still the only way
That I know how to say
This �getting out� is not getting out
If everything still comes around
I�ll come around
I�ll be around

You're not this year�s edition
Don�t want you thinking I could easily move on
Should you wake up without me
I know I left you but I�m not gone
You know
I�ve got to ask you to let go
But I know
Some things get better as they go

[Chorus; x3)
I�ll be around


Lyrics submitted by highwaytosomewhere

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    General CommentSo far I am loving this band. Ryan and Sean are doing a great job on the songs.
    Skoobasteve24on February 28, 2009   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationI'm just gonna go ahead and assume Ryan wrote this song, so..

    "Please excuse my convictions" - the convictions being the label, maybe.

    "If things are different don't be alarmed" - big if is different, obviously.

    "And when it gets hard to listen
    I'll try and leave out the painful parts" painful parts being all the "dirt" preceding yc's hiatus.

    "Please, please, please let me out
    When I'm what it's about" - "it" being the yc's hiatus, and everything being about ryan maybe..?

    "And this is still the only way
    That I know how to say" - writing is the only way he can tell people about what's going on inside him.

    "If everything still comes around
    I'll come around
    I'll be around" - if Yellowcard decides to go back to being Yellowcard, he'll go back.

    favourite line?

    I KNOW I LEFT YOU BUT I'M NOT GONE.

    highwaytosomewhereon February 28, 2009   Link

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