Well I almost blew it.
I'm glad I saw right through it.
Her other half was out of town, I kind of knew it all along.
And after what she told me.."I just want you to hold me"
Well, my girlfriend doesn't care whether you're lonely or not.

The look in your eyes when you're starin' at me
I can't think of anything that's the same.
The temptation's strong but
I can't be weak or I'll screw up everything. Everything.

Lets just tear each other's worlds aside.
You take yours and I'll take mine, cause we'll never get to see.

Don't tell me that you're crazy.
I don't think this time we'll ever get to see.
I don't care what you're saying.
I don't care now.
We'll never get to see.

And you try to show me, try to get to know me.
I don't trust a single word and I never fuckin will.
And now I've figured out why the look is still in your eye.
All I know is you're bad news so just stay away from me.

Lets just tear each other's worlds aside.
You take yours and I'll take mine, cause we'll never get to see.

Don't tell me that you're crazy.
I don't think this time we'll ever get to see.
I don't care what you're saying.
I don't care now.
We'll never get to see.

Don't tell me that you're crazy!!
Don't tell me that you're crazy!!
Don't tell me that you're crazy!!
Don't tell me that you're crazy!!

Don't tell me that you're crazy.
I don't think this time we'll ever get to see.
I don't care what you're saying.
I don't care now.
We'll never get to see.


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    awesome song!! if you haven't seen Riddlin' Kids live yet, you should cuz they put on a gret show!

    GCevilQueen182on June 05, 2002   Link
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    this song is really good and omg the lead singer is really hot and yeah they sound like bigwig and im not airhead so don't think i am im just up really really really late listening to music being stupid mean girl - shut the fuck up....all of you!?!?! im not crazy dammit!

    StupidMeanGirlon June 07, 2002   Link
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    this is a god song and i know you aren't crazy, but airhead...lets not lie! haha! jk switch hitter!

    cherrypunkker07on June 10, 2002   Link
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    **everyone i know stupidmeangirl she is my best friend yeah so like don;t think im some stupid mean bitch calling everyone bi's and crap! that's her nickname that this guy she really digs gave her! oi so yeah just wanted to clear things up before anybody comes and reads this and thinks even more bad thought about me!

    cherrypunkker07on June 15, 2002   Link
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    this song is awesome, i saw them in concert like a year ago for the first time. They're unbelievable, but nobody else got into it :( Oh well, they still kik ass

    pointlesspunk447on July 05, 2002   Link
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    this song is one of my favorites off of their album, but then again, i love them all. i want to see them in concert so bad...until then, i'll continue to play their cd over and over again!

    pvpunkeron August 30, 2002   Link
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    you are all sick...this site is for discussing the meaning of a song not saying you like the song .morons!!!

    djderickon April 13, 2008   Link

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