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It's a cruel world
so conventional
sometimes love just wins you over
I've come to life it's true
it's not intentional
everytime when we move closer

I'll take the fall
a twist see right through me
it may be wrong
but all long
it keeps on turning turning

I could walk away now
end it perfectly
and just say your words are
not affecting me
somewhere deep inside
I know it may be wrong
but I'm ready to commit
mistake no.2
mistake no.2

Must have heard it once a million times
from every one the perfect line
but you're the one to recognize
there are things i need in my life
so I'll take the fall
a twist i know
it keeps on turning turning

Here it comes again
it never ends
I keep on falling further
I'm not sure that i can walk away now


Lyrics submitted by mike

Mistake #2 song meanings
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    General Commentok, this is pretty good, and i can realte to this song, yet now its mistake 3...sheesh
    kOrEAnkIdon July 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAnd 4, and 5, and 6, and 7...

    Humans and love. Ah, so funny.
    SMUSER26982on February 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think the whole point of this song is basically the mistakes that we make when it comes to love. But this could also be about one person.

    "I could walk away now
    end it perfectly
    and just say your words are
    not affecting me
    somewhere deep inside
    I know it may be wrong
    but I'm ready to commit
    mistake no.2
    mistake no.2 "

    The first mistake is staying with the person instead of walking away, and the second mistake is actually being able to commit to this person when you're not sure if they feel the same.
    Good song, I can totally relate to this. :)
    LunaInfernoon February 09, 2010   Link

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