Is it efficient or does it kill
with the skill of a cluster bomb?
It'll take time but you know it will
if I happen to live that long
if you would listen to me
things wouldn't seem so gloomy
now you keep jamming up the gears
and I can't see through the smears
and everything's exactly as it appears
more I love you more I love you more
than I did before
but now it's either or or neither nor
and when I think about you I start turning green
and it shakes me up inside
cause it used to be the color of your eyes
everywhere I go I see your ghost the spirit of '91
you said you loved me more than toast
but less than a staplegun
is this the wrong direction?
that's such a stupid question now
when you make a sacrifice you're supposed to get a wish why does this only work in theory not practice?
more I love you more I love you more than I did before but now it's not allowed you're not around
I see you going out and everything goes black
and I start to fall apart
it reminds me of the color of your heart
I miss you more than mud
lost you more than blood
knead you more than dough
I love you more than toast
more I love you more I love you more than I did before but now we're in a war and what's it for?
I read your horoscope and everything is clear
and it feels a little weird
cause it used to be the color of your tears.



Lyrics submitted by alk3girl, edited by NOTRIGHTLYRICS

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    I think raiting how much you like people based on everyday objects is clever.... uh hu.

    kevinrbingon September 29, 2004   Link
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    "you said you loved me more than toast, but less than a staple gun" but honestly, who doesnt love a good staple gun?

    tomscahillIVon December 09, 2004   Link
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    My MTX/Smiths/Vanessa Carlton cover band did a cover of this song, though I changed the words a bit so it applied to a relationship of mine that had recently ended:

    Everywhere I go, I see your ghost I guess that we're done for good You said you loved me more than most But less than Elijah Wood

    Sacrilege, I know.

    scubasteve4lyfeon July 23, 2005   Link
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    Everyone loves stapleguns more than Elijah Wood. This is a fundamental law of physics. Only a horrific genetic mutation could make it otherwise.

    I think we can all agree on this. Right?

    Freejackon March 09, 2006   Link
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    Staple gun > Elijah wood. Definitely.

    buckeye115on November 03, 2010   Link

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