"Crucify You" as written by Kurt Feldman and Christoph Hochheim....
we were always meant to be
and even if you disagree
you could never get away
with your arm chained to the gate

sometimes i can't control the things i do
but you know i only want the best for you
is it too much to ask to hear you say?
i will not defy you

and if something goes awry
i'll forgive you love, in time
there's no secret you can't keep
there's no cut that is too deep

sometimes i can't control the things i do
but you know i only want the best for you
and if i should find that you could ever stray
i would crucify you

oh, and i will run you through
to show i care, to long for you
promises i'll hold you to
and you to me, an eye to you

oh, and i will run you through
to show i care, to long for you
promises i'll hold you to
and you to me, i'm watching you

sometimes i can't control the things i do
but you know i only want the best for you
somehow you never seem to go my way, hey hey
so i must crucify you


Lyrics submitted by Joshoewaa

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    General Commentperhaps a guy in a relationship inwhich he is far to possesive, he needs her spoken reasurrance that she won't defy him, most likely cheat on him.
    she's manipulated by him or loves him to much to leave.
    he finds it hard to forgive her actions but his possesive nature is surely just as bad, perhaps he finds he has to watch her and be so possesive as to stop her doing him wrong, but likely this posessive nature gives her reason to betray him.
    maybe the relationship ends around half way through the song but he remains strong in the promises they made and that he is just as posessive as a friend than as a boyfriend and so she continues to dettach herself from him
    nohigginson May 24, 2010   Link

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