Everytime you point your finger
Three more point right back at you
I'm not sayin' that there's something wrong with life
Cuz that's a sad excuse

And age old game of rat and mouse
Chasin' us from house to house
I'm not sayin' that there's something wrong with you
It's wrong with me as well

Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Is it too late to call and tell you to be strong?
Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Was the poison in our blood there all along?
Amigone

Heavenly intoxication
Love's been marred by medication
Ain't it funny how a life can take a turn
When the end is near

Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Is it too late to call and tell you to be strong?
Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Is it too late to face the truth that it was wrong?
Amigone

I'm not sayin' that it's nothin'
I ain't gonna play along
I ain't wishin' for a miracle
That miracle's gone wrong
And you're too strong

Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Is it too late to call and tell you to be strong?
Are you alive?
Amigone
(Miracles gone wrong)
Was the poison in our blood there all along?
Amigone


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Amigone Lyrics as written by Robbie Takac

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    This is a cute song!! I really like it! It's one of my favorite Robby songs!

    ..::UnKnownFace::..on July 06, 2003   Link
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    This is missing some lyrics. "Is it too late to face the truth that it was wrong" should alternate with "Was the poison in our blood there all along?"

    lonedoggyon October 08, 2004   Link
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    its actually "was the poison in our romance all along", i think.

    bobtheflobon December 14, 2004   Link
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    Naw, lonedoggy is right I think. I love this song, it makes me wanna stick my old CDs on again.

    BeautifullyCompleteon January 08, 2005   Link
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    i read somewhere that there's a funeral parlor in buffalo and that's how they came up with the song. i kinda thought it was a funny name for a funeral parlor. ;)

    antihero_idolon February 26, 2005   Link
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    i just read about that too. they named the song after the funera home in buffalo...

    mrs. brightsideon June 22, 2005   Link
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    I agree with lonedoggy. It's BLOOD...

    "Love's been marred by medication..."

    Hmmm, reminds me of a person in a hospital... hehehehehe...

    resounderon October 14, 2005   Link
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    there is a Amigon funeral home in Buffalo, NY...so mrs. brightside and antihero idol, what you read is right

    AirGuitar424on April 27, 2006   Link
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    i dont care if its named after a funeral home, its an awesome catchy song by a brilliant band with a stupid name

    punkchris55on May 12, 2006   Link
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    There are a few funeral palors named Amigone, its owned by an italian family whose last name actually is Amigone.

    juneaunyon July 15, 2006   Link

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