"No-One's Perfect" as written by and Kelly Jones....
If I could
You know I would
I'd give up and be free
Every time I take a drink
I sink into the sea

It's OK
We've got days to be
Ooh no one's perfect
Tomorrow, you'll see

Let you down a thousand times
In rationality
All I've done I've blamed no one
All roads lead back to me

It's okay
We've got days to be
Ooh, no one's perfect
Tomorrow, you'll see
You'll see, you'll see
You've made a better man of me
You've made a better man of me

Nothing
Lasts forever
Tomorrow
You will see

If I could
You know I would
I'd give up and be free

Ooh, no one's perfect
Tomorrow, you'll see
You'll see, you'll see
You've made a better man of me
You've made a better man of me


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"No-One's Perfect" as written by Kelly Jones

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    My OpinionWow first comment on here, though this song would have tons of traffic! Anyway...

    My opinion, the meaning is in the title, 'no-one's perfect'. The truth be told, no one is perfect, we all have positives and negatives about ourselves. I think the message Kelly is trying to get across is a lot more deeper. Sometimes people live day to day alone, with no partner and they blame themselves. They usually blame their looks or visibly noticeable things like weight. We shouldn't because out there, somewhere, their is someone just like you, who understands what you go through, being alone. All's it takes is to get out there and try your best to find someone, no matter how many times you've been hurt, just get back up and show the others that they have not effected you! It's gonna be hard because as Kelly says 'all roads lead back to me' which means we normally cannot take our minds of this one person, but we'll soon see that 'nothing lasts forever' and who you thought was perfect was not... No-one's perfect, what a melody.
    Nashingtonon November 16, 2013   Link

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