"Re-Offender" as written by and Francis Healy....
Keeping up appearances
Keeping up with the Jones'
Fooling my selfish heart
Going through the motions

But I'm fooling myself
I'm fooling myself
Cause you say you love me
And then you do it again

You do it again
You say your sorry's
And then you do it again
You do it again

Everybody thinks you're well
Everybody thinks I'm ill
Watching me fall apart
Falling under your spell

But you're fooling yourself
Your fooling yourself
Cause you say you love me
And then you do it again

You do it again
You say your sorry's
And then you do it again
You do it again and again and again and again and again

But you're fooling yourself
You're fooling yourself
Cause you say you love me
And then you do it again

You do it again
You say your sorry's
Then you do it again

You do it again
You say you love me
And then you do it again

You do it again
You say your sorry's
And then you do it again
You do it again and again and again and again and again


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"Re-Offender" as written by Francis Healy

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    My InterpretationTo me this song is about a guy that is in a relationship with a girl that is all about appearances... As long as other people think that they look happy then the girl is good. But she doesn't truly love him... She says empty words but they never changes her ways... Since it doesn't really specify you could take it as just relationships in general. You could apply it to any relationship where one person relies more on words than on actions.
    Ivy_paigeon January 30, 2017   Link

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