You want to cause me death, when you are acting that way
I'm wrapped around your fingertips, I beg you stay
I'd always thought that we were two of a kind
But no we are not, now you can kiss my behind

Oh- you know I cried, but now I'd rather die
Than be with you again
I always tried, but now I've realized
I won't go through this again

Believe it or not, but I'm still alive
You're feeding off my blood just like a kick in the eye
Everytime you hurt me, I lie helpless for a day
I try to stand up but you're in my way

Everytime you hurt me, I lie helpless for a day
I try to stand up but you're in my way

You know I cried, but now I'd rather die
Than be with you again
I always tried, but now I've realized
I won't go through this again

Bitch, you know I cried, but now I'd rather die
Than be with you again
I always tried, but now I've realized
I won't go through this again


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    WOW! this song is stuck on repeat right now. i cannot stop listening to it. i have my share of emotional problems, and one of them is that i am deatly afraid of losing poeple even if they are not good for me...but i just had the epiphany that a certain very intense, long term relationship was doing nothing but hurting me, so i had to dump it, but i was soo afraid to do it, even 2 days ago, and now, i will not put myself back in that position again...i would rather die then be with her again

    a2Kdb8on March 11, 2005   Link
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    This feeling, about person which is treating you like a shit, but you love her/him and always you wanna leave, she/he is standing on your way, playing ''everything's gonna change now!'', and then again treating like a shit, and then comes a day, when you at last decide to escape from toxic relationship :)

    elNelon August 31, 2013   Link

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