I used your empathy to make a brand new suit that I could wrap around me and tailor confidence from my reticence, that I would be like the Divorceé; reminded - you're never gonna get a guarantee. Like the also-rans with their naked hands: too wise for your optimism and naiveté. You gave me your decency and chased behind the beaten, where we could force forgiveness from news that loyalty was the bastard that reminded me that I would be like the Divorceé; reminded that you're never gonna get a guarantee. Like the also-rans with their naked hands: too wise for your optimism and naiveté. Let me have yours.


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    General CommentSeems like this one is a warning before entering into a relationship with someone that you have a history with: "You're never gonna get a guarantee" that things will be different or that the relationship will work out. Beautiful song, regardless.
    pandashakeon August 06, 2011   Link

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