you
are
everything

i
want
to be

so secure
and strong

i am
the fallen
victim

you are so beautiful, your skin so soft to touch and cover if you're cold.

akwardness and time are between us now.
you came and went like a fairy tale,

i plead and lie awake.
upward, up and gone.

away from what we had.
away to somewhere else.

do you remember times we had?
a smile told the stories that are gone.
now my thinking's cloudy and wet.
dripping down my face.

maybe someday i will be exactly what you want.

you
are
everything

i
want
to be

so
secure
and strong

i am
the fallen
victim


Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery

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    i was trying to figure out the lyrics by listening to it, so if i got any wrong, feel free to pm me and i'll change them.

    this song rocks, by the way.

    weezerific:cutleryon May 21, 2002   Link
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    This is my Favorite Piebald song, I must say. I don't know if its like this on every track, but on mine, it has the boy from the goonies saying a great line from the movie. Awesome :)

    JamieDCarbonon July 02, 2002   Link
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    I love this song. The old Piebald stuff kicks.

    PunkRockAnnieon August 19, 2002   Link
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    akwardness and time are between us now. you came and went like a fairy tale,

    Travis=God

    RainerMariaon August 31, 2002   Link
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    yeah some of this is wrong, "your skin so soft to touch, turned cold" some of the other stuff is different. but i think there may be a different recording of this song.

    Va22nessaon June 17, 2003   Link

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