What they say never really mattered to me.
I've been wrong.
Open the door, time to move on.
What has changed?
Same old story with a new name.
I'm not scared, I've been here before.
I guess I thought you'de be there, I swear it.
This is the last time that I close my eyes to it.
Never again will we be what we were.
Maybe I'll just walk away.
Time thrown away, I didn't use it anyway.
Been here for so long, now it's time to move on.
Read between the lines, I can't make up my mind.
Was this what we planned?
Mercury falls, forgot how much I hate the fall.
Still sitting by the phone, I hope that you don't call.
It's alright now we'll make it somehow.
You'd think we'd learned by now.
Well, I guess it goes to show.
You're the answer to all my prayers, I swear it.
This is the last time that I close my eyes to it.
Never again will we be what we were.
Maybe I'll just walk away.






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Cliche Lyrics as written by Guillaume Briere Anita Blay

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    this. is exACTLY. how i feel.

    displayingchangeson May 03, 2002   Link
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    This such an awesome song... download it NOW :)

    Specson June 09, 2002   Link

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