I guess I'm in love
It's time for me to let it out
And I don't why
Can't figure out, what its all about

But I love you

I love the smell
When I hold you near
I whisper in your ear
All my problems disappear

When you are away
My body decays
I need you to stay
Cuz I need you

When you are here
Everything's clear
Nothing to fear
Cuz I love you

Mix it all around
Awful crashing sound
Smashing in my brain
Driving me insane
I love (hate) you

Throw it to the ground
Watch it spin around
Smashing in my brain
Driving me insane
I love (hate) you

Stab me in the back when I'm gone
Tell me to my face you did nothing wrong
I pretend its all ok, inside I rot away
I know you'll just hurt me again some day

I guess I hate you
It's time for me to let it out
And I don't know why
Can't figure out, what it's all about

Fuck you

I hate the smell
The awful smell radiating through your skin
I wanna throw you
Shut the door and never let you in

When you are around I can't wait for you to leave
Tearing out a part of me and not caring when I bleed
I need you to go away
Far away, I can't bare it if you stay
I can't stand you

When you are away
I have a peaceful day
No one around to bring me down
But then again when were you ever around
I can't stand you

Mix it all around
Awful crashing sound
Smashing in my brain
Driving me insane
I hate (love) you

Throw it to the ground
Watch it spin around
Smashing in my brain
Driving me insane
I hate (love) you

Stab me in the back when I'm gone
Tell me to my face you did nothing wrong
I pretend its all ok, inside I rot away
I know you'll just hurt me again some day

Mix it around
(I love you)
Awful crashing sound
(I hate you)
Mix it all around

I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you I hate you I love you

What the hell
Am I supposed to do...


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    come on man...prozac maybe the solution....

    whitepoetton July 21, 2002   Link

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