When I met you,
I didn't know what to do
I was tired, I was hungry, I fight.
Now I'm away,
I write home everyday and I see you on the TV at night.

You can see there's lots for us to talk about.
You can leave whenever you want out.
Whoa.
You don't relate to me, no girl,
You don't respect me, no girl,
No girl. Yeah.

When I met you,
I didn't know what to do,
But I noticed that I didn't really feel.
Now you're away,
You write home everyday.
I don't beg, I don't borrow, I steal.

You don't think there's lots for us to talk about.
You can leave whenever you want out, you want out.

Well, you don't relate to me, no girl.
You don't respect me, no girl. (you can leave when ever you want out)
And you don't relate me, no girl.
And you don't respect me, no girl. (You can leave whenever you want out)
No you don't relate to me, no girl.
And you don't respect me, no girl.
No girl. Yeah.


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  • +3
    Song MeaningI think this song is about a boy and girl that may be dating. The girl sounds like a very cynical person who doesn't want to fall in love or really give herself completely to this guy, because, she just doesn't want to get hurt... and that's all I can think for now.

    VeeRonon September 13, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAhhh this song is so catchy. I love it.
    aprylruizon December 12, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is underrated it should be on VH1 countdown or played out on the radio. Oh well.
    GrungyBeatleon January 25, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBeautiful song, didn't know Scarlett has such a lovely voice.
    But I don't really get "I don't beg, I don't borrow, I steal!"
    hisMuseon August 05, 2010   Link
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    General Commentlove this song!
    crow_hearton February 18, 2010   Link
  • -3
    General CommentPete Yorn is a racist and people should BOYCOTT him.
    Ubbyon April 26, 2010   Link

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