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They are useless hangup cures,
All except that trick of yours.

No one to leave the light on,
To help you choose the right song.

I try to do right, but it's wrong.
Nothing feels right with you gone.

Over hedges high,
Climbs a smiling spy.

Who now will shift your shoelace?
And wipe the crumbs off your face?

No one should get what you got,
Nothing should end where you start.


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    General Comment"All except that drink of yours." = Should be "All except that trick of yours."
    "I tried to write, but it's wrong." = Should be "I try and do right but it's wrong."
    "And now shift your shoelace" = Should be "Who now will shift your shoelace?"
    Pwahahahaon July 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentGahh, I'm so stupid. I just remembered that I'M the one who submitted it. *edits*
    Pwahahahaon July 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is an amazing song, "nothing should end where you start"
    Maybe its about a girl who had a hard and difficult life, i think she was raped and then went to prostitution and drugs... but there's always someone who falls in love of someone who has lots of problems like that, maybe he helped her all the time but she leave him, maybe she got better with him but her own past was burning up on her and got scared from hers past...then she just start to do what she used to do...perhaps...maybe im wrong and its not about that, and its just a love song related with vaccine and tricks, the girl has troubles in her life and he wants to help her, and make her feel better and safe with him...
    I love this part...its soo lovely and make me feel confident about "love"
    Who now will shift your shoelace?
    I love my boyfriend, but hes not like that xD
    Anyway, merry christmas for all =)
    dannyella156on December 23, 2009   Link

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