We had so much to share, so much to gain, but because of you, all those words in gain. Have a good life now, but know I regret every day I spent with you. How did I ever let you mean so much? How can the one I love be so unture? Tears run down my face onto the picture that takes your place, every star fell from the sky. Each thought of you brings a fear to my eye. I've wasted two years of you pushing empty lies, only to find out that your true feelings, you hide. Look at me. Whay am I not your prince anymore? Everytime I dream of you, I know I don't want you to come back. You are my death.

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    this song is so perfect......saved by grace has to have the most meaningful,studliest lyrics i think of ne other hardcore band out on the scene....beautifully done
    Duffmyster99on August 05, 2002   Link
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    this band is incredible. my band played with them a few weeks ago and they are some of the coolest guys around and despite being one of the greatest bands i've seen, they're not at all full of themselves and they stay true to the scene and the fans. everyone should listen to this band, listen to what they have to say, and go see them. amazing.
    Burn Face Downon June 26, 2003   Link

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