"Agree to Disagree" as written by and Meg Frampton....
Your house, the coffee tastes like dirt
Not because I'm hurt, that's just what it tastes like
Dirt roads, remind me of my skin
Not because I'm wasting away
With the gravel you grounded, that's what it feels like

I won't be sorry, won't go moping around
In fact I'm doing quite well for now

Let's talk about giving up, that sounds so bitter sweet
Think I'll throw in the towel right now
I'll lay low on the ground and I'll be on my feet
When I can breathe, when I'm good and ready

This tree, lovers heart engraved
Not because I'm lonely, just because I hate it
Sunshine lives underneath my nose
Not because I'm burning all my hopes
Scorching all my favors, far as I can turn

And I'm not bitter, I'm not mouthing out words
Look at my face, believe me now

Let's talk about giving up, that sounds so bitter sweet
Think I'll throw in the towel right now
I'll lay low on the ground and I'll be on my feet
When I can breathe, when I'm good and ready

Let's talk about giving up, that sounds so bitter sweet
Think I'll throw in the towel right now
I'll lay low on the ground and I'll be on my feet
When I can breathe, when I'm good and ready


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"Agree to Disagree" as written by Meg Frampton

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    General CommentThe song title gives an obvious air of contradiction with flows throughout the song. It's basically about someone speaking about their most likely recent ex and saying that they no longer bother them, but they really do. Even so, they're relieved that it's all over, even though they might miss them and everything about where they are reminds them of their ex.
    anythingelseon September 09, 2010   Link

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