he's picking up daises that you left in your front yard
the postman delivered but your words were still too far
you know he wanted it he really really wanted it, oh so bad
but he always wants what he knows that he can't have, woah

and i'm not writing this love song for two
and i never admitted what anyone might think to do no, no
i'm not writing this love song for two
and i'm not writing this love song for you
no, no, no, no, no, woah.

my sweet umbrella your fella has eyes for me
its not like you knew it you blew it it's plain to see
you know he wanted it he really really wanted it, oh so bad
but they always wan what they know that they can't have

and i'm not writing this love song for two
and i never admitted what anyone might think to do no, no
i'm not writing this love song for two
and i'm not writing this love song for you
no, no, no, no, no, woah.

you know she wanted it
she really really wanted it
you know he wanted it
he really really wanted it
you know she wanted it
she really really wanted it
you know they wanted it
they really really wanted it

and i'm not writing this love song for two
and i never admitted what anyone might think to do no, no
i'm not writing this love song for two
and i'm not writing this love song for you
no, no, no, no, no, woah, woah, woah.

cause i'm not writing this love song for you.


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Daises song meanings
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    General Commenthehehe i heard this song in American Eagle!

    Anyway, i'm thinking the music video explains most of the song: An indecisive guy blindly chasing after girls -- "he always wants what he knows that he can't have."

    digikari4691on April 10, 2009   Link

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