To hell with failure, to hell with fighting
For their dreams.
Frozen minds,
But your spirit's free.
We met to let lips kiss,
We fight to hope they bleed.
Man to myth, myth to man,
And the legend leads.
To wonder...
Hello, frantic frauds of verse,
Hang on to your lies.
Commanding ladies.
Place your bodies close to mine.
You know why,
And I know why you'll give me time.
As sets of records played our jukebox lives away.
Take it, I'll promise I'll come back the same.
To wonder....
Jealousy beneath my skin,
Anger scars my face.
I'm an infant, but I'm telling you,
I need you to talk to.
Who didn't know that it could go this far?
Who don't feel right, who's got a break in their heart?
Who didn't know that it could go this far?
Hello, frantic frauds of verse.
Hang on to your lies.
I'm an an infant, but I'm telling you,
'cause I need you to talk.
Who didn't know that it could go this far?
Who don't feel right, who's got a break in their heart?
Who didn't know that there are...
There are no fair fights!
No fair fights!
No fair fights!
No fair fights!
Before your death.
I didn't know that it could go this far.
I don't feel right, I got a crack in my heart.
I didn't know that it could go...
I didn't know that it could go...
I didn't know that it could go this far.
I don't feel right, I got a crack in my heart.
I didn't know that it could go...


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    Wow, this song always blows me away. It's talking about how lonely he is, and how he tried to reach out to other people through music and through sex. Unfortunately he discovered just how hurtful others can be when you try to get close to them, but he sees that other people are just as lonely and hurt as he is. He's also telling other writers and poets to quit glamorizing romance and love, this is how it really feels and it can hurt like hell. And all's fair in love and war? Nothing's fair, heartbreak will affect anyone, whether you deserve it or if you're ready for it or not. But he's still trying to reach out, "Who didn't know... I didn't know..." He knows this is how people can feel because he feels it too.

    spacemunky_666on May 26, 2008   Link

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