I know you know it
You know I know it too
If was left down to me
I'd leave it all up to you

You took our love into the basement
Put a bullet though its head
"I love you; I love you too"
Were the very last words it said

Oh my life has seen a lot of change
I had a life before you, now I must learn to live again
Oh my love, has felt a lot of pain
I never loved before you, now will I ever love again?

I am denial
You're God's honest gospel truth
It's not for lack of trying
That we've got nothing left to prove
You took our life together
And rang it's sorry neck
"I'll miss you; I'll miss you too"
Were the very last words it said

Oh my life has seen a lot of change
I had a life before you, now I must learn to live again
Oh my love, has felt a lot of pain
I never loved before you, now will I ever love again?

Show me the future one-day at a time
It's only momentum that keeps me alive


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    General CommentThe song is a dual-parter, a male and female voice interlaced together, illustrating (in my belief) how a love can slowly die, leaving the two involved in it aching to leave, but afraid to, for the fear of being alone.

    "I know you know it/You know I know it too" ...They both realize that they should call an end to it, but haven't yet. Perhaps they will. I get the impression that it would be a good thing.
    precobyteson April 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe song is a dual-parter, a male and female voice interlaced together, illustrating (in my belief) how a love can slowly die, leaving the two involved in it aching to leave, but afraid to, for the fear of being alone.

    "I know you know it/You know I know it too" ...They both realize that they should call an end to it, but haven't yet. Perhaps they will. I get the impression that it would be a good thing.
    precobyteson April 13, 2002   Link

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