Look at you and you look at me
in the mirror, my analogy,
and yes it seems that I have a way that is something strange
(that everybody wants to rearrange)

You know I never thought I was a beauty queen
and I never felt like a part of the scene
but when I look at you and you look at me
I never want you to change a thing

I see you broken in all the right places
I see you broken in all the right places

Got a message from the TV screen
said I need a body made of plasticine
I could get a model made to the extreme
but it wouldn't matter if you know what I mean

You know I never thought I had to rearrange
and I kept the pieces that I thought were strange
and when I look at you and you look at me
I never want you to change a thing

I see you broken in all the right places


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    My InterpretationTo me, this song is an anthem for anyone and everyone who dares to embrace their flaws, both physical and personal.
    Media, tv, books, movies, and the like are all pressing young people to change things about themselves that would otherwise be fine, oftentimes resulting in injury.
    This song is about speaking out and telling people (especially your loved ones) that you see their flaws, and merely love them all the more for them.

    Revolutionary!
    ViviBlackmyston October 23, 2011   Link

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