"Believe Me" as written by and Mark Andrew/young David Usher/makowy....
Believe me
Touched by god
Touched by you
You know I never asked you to believe in me
It's all I can do
Things you never said

And wanting you to reach out from the dark
To wake up from the cold
And wanted you is all I can do
Things you never said

Believe me
Did we ever try
Believe me
Keep it all to yourself
Believe me
I never wanted to die

I'll take the note
The words that say I'm weak
That show I should have died
Crumpled in the fire
I'll take the note
It's all I can do
Things I never said

Believe me
Did we ever try
Believe me
Keep it all to yourself
Believe me
I never wanted to die

So I'm burning up your pictures
Lay you in this shallow grave
So I'm washing clean your body
For the promises I never made
I'm burning up your pictures
Still my love remains the same

Believe me
Did we ever try
Believe me
Keep it all to yourself
Believe me
I never wanted to die

So I'm burning up your pictures
Lay you in this shallow grave
So I'm washing clean your body
For the promises I never made
I'm burning up your pictures
Still my love remains the same
Oh, remains the same


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"Believe Me" as written by Jeffrey Howard Pearce David Usher

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has responded to this one.

    This song is about suicide. On Canadian Television [Much Music], it always has the Kids Help Phone number at the end of the video.
    BlueStarAngelon June 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti see the suicide meaning in it. could it be becuase of someone whom he loved, but doesnt love him back? so to forget her, he burns the pictures and notes he's wrote to her to try to forget, but cant so he thinks of suicide as the final solution to get her out of his head.
    Sicmanon December 17, 2005   Link

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