It's three o'clock in the morning
Or maybe it's four
I am thinking of you
Wondering what I should do

But I'm finally cutting through this haze
It's four o'clock in the morning
Or maybe it's five
I think I'm alive

And I think I'll survive
I'm finally cutting through this haze of love
Haze of love
For days and days and days

I'm in a haze of love
Yeah you don't love me like I love you
All though you pretend
I can see this will end

I'm finally cutting through this haze of love
Haze of love
For days and days and days
I'm in a haze of love

It's five o'clock in the morning
Or maybe it's six
I am sick of your lies
I am sick of your tricks

I'm finally cutting through this haze of love
Haze of love
For days and days and days
For days and days and days

For days and days and days
I'm in a haze of love


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Haze of Love Lyrics as written by John M Mccrea

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    i think it's alot more simple than that. if you have ever loved some one alot or maybe been in love you will know that it does give you a different view of them. you tend to think that they would never do you wrong and that any bad thoughts about them are just you being paranoid. love can be VERY blinding.

    fisheatsteelon July 15, 2005   Link
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    I like this song a lot.. i've woken up early in the morning thinking about things, and after thinking about them, getting over it.. and I think that's what happens in this song

    sprklenshimr025on July 06, 2003   Link
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    Yeah, I love how this song works. The guy wakes up too early because he cant stop thinking about this relationship, and his thoughts start out all foggy, but the more he thinks, the more clear it becomes that he's being used. Alot of people can relate to this early morning thought process.

    Wrapidon June 21, 2004   Link
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    i think he's talking about how a girl's good looks have always given him such a prejudiced view of her ('haze of love') like trying to ignore all her 'lies' and 'tricks.' But now he's finally realized that she's no good for him and he needs to get rid of her and move on.

    tunasandwich77on January 15, 2005   Link
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    Great song and total agreement with fisheatsteel.

    Anarchesson February 05, 2007   Link
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    The up-and-down tempo of the song and the interspersed guitar, along with the progression of time, is pretty much spot-on as far as what the actual experience of working through a difficult personal problem at obscene hours of the morning is actually like.

    pajari2kon August 17, 2007   Link
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    Correction: "Although you pretend"... Not all though.

    Grammar nazi. --Hopium.

    misshapen_chaoson April 18, 2008   Link
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    I first heard this song ages ago when I was young, and the words never really meant much to me, now about 10 years later they strike a chord deep within me. I wish I had the ignorance of emotion that I had 10 years ago when I was younger. Great song.

    The Drizzleon May 15, 2010   Link

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