"Wrong Line" as written by and Kaoru Ishibashi....
Smack down but then you get up
turn back around but i put you on the ground again and again

silenced but then you speak up
only with a fist in your mouth, you never really heard it again

tied up like a pinata
if you only saw her
you'd never take a hit for the team oh oh
waiting for the Messiah,
you were a liar,
taking on a six ton body slam

there was a time,
when you were right,
and i was on the wrong side of the train,
and you were here, and i was blue
in Mississippi with a small town attitude.
i was the one, who waited in the wrong line,
for a long time, and for you
i'd do it all again

an innocent man walks in
sat down,
it was a fat crowd,
a giggle and hat crowd again,
feet up laid back,
he missed the attack,
it was a quick smack,
got him in the head again

she said she was a model,
should have been a bottle:
can never tell they're dirty
or they're clean
i dug a whole to China,
all for a vagina,
west on territory avenue


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    General CommentAmazing lyrics,
    i want to know the full meaning so i posted this song here,
    TO ME it's about admitting someone else is right and you're wrong
    it's really hard to do sometimes
    actually come to think of it lol
    it has a completely different meaning lol
    froisbrasilon September 08, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionSmack down, but then you get up
    You turn back around
    But I put you on the ground, again and again

    Silenced, but then you speak it
    Only with a fist in your mouth
    You never really heard it again

    Tied up like a pinata
    If you only saw her
    You'd never take a hit for the, team...

    Oh uh-oh!

    Waiting for the Messiah
    You are the liar
    Taking on a six ton body slam

    There was a time
    When you were right
    And I was on the wrong side of the train
    And you were here
    And I was blue
    In Mississippi with the 'small town attitude'
    I was the one
    Who waited for a long time
    In the wrong line, and for you

    I'll do it all again...

    An innocent man walks in, sat down
    It was a phat crowd
    Givin' him head crowd again

    Feet up, laid back
    He missed the attack
    It was a quick smack
    Got him in the head, again

    She said she was a model
    Should've been a bottle
    Can never tell they're dirty or they're, clean...

    Oh Uh-Oh!

    I dug a whole to China
    All for a vagina
    West on Territory Avenue
    New... Yoooou....

    There was a time
    When you were right
    And I was on the wrong side of the train
    And you were here
    And I was blue
    In Mississippi with the 'small town attitude'
    I was the one
    Who waited for a long time
    In the wrong line, and for you

    I'll do it all again...

    [huge awesome musical interlude]

    There was a time
    When you were right
    And I was on the wrong side of the train
    And you were here
    And I was blue
    In Mississippi with the 'small town attitude'
    I was the one
    Who waited for a long time
    In the wrong line, and for you

    I'll do it all again...
    0sm0sison August 10, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationNOT about being wrong and forgiveness... quite the contrary.

    It's actually more about the expectations we have, and the lessons we learn from them.

    Most of the song is about how he idolizes a girl whom he never truly understands. Once we does, or thinks he does, his expectations deceive him and he becomes jaded by the experience.

    Then he goes about tearing down other's expectations. Getting his jollies off, you might say. Knowing that what we expect is never the truth. Having had this epiphany, he loses any regret knowing that our own lies about what we think we understand is never near the honesty of what lays in front of us.

    The wrong line... of the train tracks. Or following a blind path which gets us nowhere. Expectations. Never put them down, for they hold lessons for us to learn.
    0sm0sison August 10, 2010   Link

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