When he supported my stance
It got confused with romance
I gave another boy a chance
We both know what we did wrong
When I woke up he was gone
I saved his number in my phone

There's really nothing more to say
I can't remember anything

And you continued to call
Forgivin' it all
But now I really want to talk
The situation has changed
The situation became
A mirror of the last refrain

There's really nothing more to say
Who remembers anyway?

And you continued to call


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    General CommentI think she's broken up with this guy and tried to move on by having a one-night-stand with someone else...she's trying to forget this guy and move on, but he keeps calling her.
    missmeon May 08, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI thought that this was about a one night stand from the fist half of the song and what she thought was romance was nothing for him and he was gone when she woke up, but who is the "you" she refers to later on?

    "And you continued to call
    Forgivin' it all
    But now I really want to talk
    The situation has changed
    The situation became
    A mirror of the last refrain"
    Cyberghoston April 08, 2009   Link
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    General Commentit sounds to me like she had a one night stand while dating someone else, then the person she was dating forgave her, but she didn't want to talk to him, now she changed her mind.
    heartinaslingon April 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI figured that this song is about her cheating on Conor, but he wanted her back anyway.(you continued to call, forgiving it all)

    But now the sitution is reversed, and she wants him back but he's the one who has moved on. (a mirror of the last refrain)
    redismyfavoritecoloron September 08, 2009   Link

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