She holds his hand and stares off into space.
All she knows now is how much things can change.
It's not her fault.
It's not her, no one is to blame.
It's just that regret has a way of taunting you.
I guess it's hard to hide the past,
The way she struggles to make it last.
I wanna share all I have with you.
Would it change a thing if I was with you?
A broken heart, too much has passed.
I hope someday that something lasts.
Her head hangs low, a tear is in her eye.
It's not the first time someone has made her cry.
Up goes a wall that no one can climb.
The only way in or out is through the heart.
Take your time, don't you rush a thing.
I'll be there waiting for you, never let you down again.
I wanna share all I have with you.
Would it change a thing if I was with you?
A broken heart, too much has passed.
I hope someday that something lasts.

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    I really like this song... it's not quite just any other love song. I'm not sure, there's more compassion in this, rather than just passion. If you know what I mean. Maybe it's just me. It seems different.
    TelliPuppyon August 13, 2002   Link
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    sickest guitar solo i've ever heard! and complimented phenomenally by the rest of the band
    bteamstephenon June 23, 2009   Link
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    This song is amazingly good
    alexrulzon February 20, 2011   Link

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