"You're Not Stubborn" as written by Alexander James Trimble, Samuel Matthew Halliday and Kevin Stephen Baird....
I was wrong, I take it back
Now can we get along, give up the slack
You know it all could be much easier
But I'm still travelling, I'm still travelling
And all the while, the people talk
About the unsung shit, that they then start
And use to please the crowd, the swarming hordes of fun
That was in in-turned glasses

So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
You can take a guess, I'll check out my eyes
It's a common thing, to be out of line
But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time

Don't take your time, make up your mind
Though it won't change the world, you'll be more inclined
To have a point of view, that makes it through
And keeps you travelling, keeps you travelling
So pick your friends, forget the rest
You can't live life being second best
The critics talk of stubbornness
But you're just passionate, you're just passionate

So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
You can take a guess, I'll check out my eyes
It's a common thing, to be out of line
But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time

So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
You can take a guess, I'll check out my eyes
It's a common thing, to be out of line
But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time

So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
You can take a guess, I'll check out my eyes
It's a common thing, to be out of line
But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time

So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
You can take a guess, I'll check out my eyes
It's a common thing, to be out of line
But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time


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"You're Not Stubborn" as written by Kevin Stephen Baird Alexander James Trimble

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  • +1
    General CommentBasically he and his girlfriend are fighting...once again. Like one of those periods where you just go through that you fight until things get resolved. "You know it all could be much easier
    But I'm still travelling, I'm still travellin"- being on the road/long distance makes conflict blow up and makes it easier to misinterpret things. He's getting frustrated with all of it and all the tension it creates between them, and he'll apologize as many times as it takes because he really cares about her and the stupid arguments aren't worth losing her.
    callingxxyouon February 10, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's guess not guest :)
    virus8meon March 20, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt's guess not guest :)
    virus8meon March 20, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commenttalks about glasses and "taking out his eyes," maybe referring to different points of view?
    couldyoutellon April 20, 2010   Link
  • 0
    Lyric Correctioni'm pretty sure it's:

    So if I'm wrong again, I apologize
    You can take a guess, I'll check on my eyes
    It's a common thing, to be out of line
    But it's getting old, by the fifteenth time
    MusikNoteon June 02, 2010   Link
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    General Commentit's definatley *about the unsung shit, that they then start* not stop LOL. northern irish accents FTW (Y)
    TDCCloveron July 28, 2010   Link
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    General Commentand its *you can take your guess, i'll check out my eyes*
    TDCCloveron July 28, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMy suggestions
    "pick up the slack" instead of "give up the slack"
    and
    hordes of "folk" instead of "fun"
    ErinMon February 27, 2011   Link
  • 0
    Lyric CorrectionThose two lines are WRONG EVERYWHERE ONLINE!
    "And use to please the crowd, the swarming hordes of fun
    That was in in-turned glasses" LOL@ IN-TURNED GLASSES what's that?! certainly not a real thing!

    "And use to please the crowd, the swarming hordes of Folk that watch on in sunglasses"!!
    aff8on September 22, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentShit! This is about me...
    Saraivaon April 21, 2013   Link

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