This isn't over, baby, don't believe a word they said!
But then,
She takes a moment to ponder,
To wonder what could've been given another chance!
To find a light in the darkness and a way out of this!
If only she could see what I could see!

She takes a moment to stumble to her feet.
If only I was there to hold her hand.
If only she saw what I saw,
She'd get out of this one!
She'd get out of here!

What burns the most is that you lied right to my face!
And, still, I hold your hand to set you free!
What burns the most is that you lied right to my face!
And, still, I hold your hand to set you free!
(To set you)

(Free!) With eyes closed,
Her heart breaks
After it all,
She brought this on herself,
On herself.
With eyes closed,
Her heart breaks
After it all,
She brought this on herself,
On herself.

For me,
For you,
The fallen.
Save her!
For us,
For them,
For good,
Save her!
[x2]

Save her! She falls!
She falls before me!
She brought this on herself!
(This song's for)

(You!) With eyes closed,
Her heart breaks
And through it all,
She brought this on herself,
On herself.
With eyes closed,
Her heart breaks
And through it all,
She brought this on herself,
On herself


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    General CommentI think this song is for a girl with depression that he used to know and (maybe) love. She obviously has a wrong image about herself so he's trying to help her to see the way he look at her.
    bandobsessedon April 12, 2015   Link
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    General Commentwtf?
    Stunktankon October 14, 2012   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningI think it means he was upset at a girl for lying/cheating on him. He still loves her but he is upset by the fact that she lied.
    emmygirl88on November 11, 2014   Link

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