"Think Twice (It's Not Alright)" as written by Eddie Argos and Dyan Genevra Valdes....
Everything was fine, as far as I could see
But then you said you had something to tell me
I think you wanted clean cut and goodbye
Well I fucked that up when I started to cry

Think, please, think again (Think and then think again)
Before you say it's too late for us
Think, please, think again (Think and then think again)
I don't believe your mind is fully made up
Think, please, think again (Think and then think again)
Before you say it's too late for us
Think and then think again (Think and then think again)
Can't you see we're still in love?

You of all people know what I'm like
And that I don't give up without a fight
Did you think you could say you wanted to leave me
And that I'd just let it be?
The good times were good, even the bad were OK
Tell me what to do to make you stay
I don't care what it takes
I'm gonna show you, you've made a mistake

Think, please, think again (Think and then think again)
Before you say it's too late for us
Think and then think again (Think and then think again)
I don't believe your mind is fully made up
Think, please, think again (Think and then think again)
Before you say it's too late for us
Think and then think again
Can't you see we're still in love?

You think we're still gonna be friendly
Well let me tell you how it's gonna be
Every now and then we'll sneak a look
We'll spy on each other through MySpace and Facebook
I hope you don't find a way to see how many times I'll view your page
I thought we were in the same boat, seems I was just a footnote

(Think and then think again)
Before you say it's too late for us
(Think and then think again)
I don't believe your mind is fully made up
(Think and then think again)
Can't you see we're still in love?
(Think and then think again)


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    Song MeaningA response to Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right", in which Dylan puts on a brave face and moves on at the end of a relationship. The French Resistance see through this façade to Dylan's true, deeply wounded feelings.

    In Eddie's words:
    Breaking up is hard. Not everyone can be as tough as Bob Dylan, who claims that he needs to "travel on" when his lover wastes his "precious time." Everybody Was In The French Resistance ... Now! have read between the lines, and have rewritten the song based on how Bob Dylan most likely actually felt when he bid "fare thee well."
    Vague Ranton February 20, 2010   Link

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