You know you've got to remind me
You know you've got to remind me
That the walls are wearing thin

My memories
Have distorted once again

And I shouldn't take any interest
I'd be wrong to even pretend

When the walls come down
You'll be tired and unprepared

You know you've yet to convince me
To leave my mind at the door

I'll leave it next to my shoes
The last place that you'll look

You know you've yet to remind me
The walls are wearing thin

My cover's been blown
Torn off in the howling wind

Well with the benefit of hindsight
I should have been better prepared

When the walls come down
All I can do is stop and stare

At least I'm right here

{i can''t quite make out all the chorus section}


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    My InterpretationThe singers has put up such a strong wall and refused to let the person that cares about them in. The singer doesn't realize it until its too late.
    drza2000on November 26, 2012   Link

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