Do you feel
Do you feel the way I feel?
Are you believing the lies that they've told?
Do you love
Love the way I loved?
Are you feeling the peace that I know?

Do you believe
Or do you feel the same?
Coz I don't know if I can be the same
Do you believe
Or do you feel the same and want me to go?
Coz I don't know you anymore

Do you feel
Do you feel the way I feel?
Are you believing the lies that they've told?
Do you love
Love the way I loved?
Are you feeling the peace that I've shown?


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Prove Me Wrong Lyrics as written by Jude Anthony Cole

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    Im pretty sure this ones about questioning if a person you know if they feel/love/believe the same thing(s) as you

    middavon August 23, 2002   Link
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    Hmmm yep i agree with u .....

    kat_11on April 11, 2004   Link
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    "...do you believe..." This line makes me believe that the whole song is an argument in the mind of the writer. It's old feelings vs. New feelings basically. The New Mind, the Christian one, is trying to get rid of te old mind, the Satanic one, if it believes. The New mind is getting rid is the old one.

    capthollyshortlepon May 11, 2008   Link

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