I'm sorry that I put you in the picture
I didn't think you'd hit your head so hard
The frame looks better all crooked on the wall-
Kinda reminds me of the way we are
The way we lie and victimize ourself
Now is it me or do our secrets matter more then our health?
I nail my hands down just to feel the way that he felt
but can't scream with near enough strength to cry for help

I feel the ground give beneath beneath my feet
I can't handle anything you say
and I pray that it's possible to birth (you're better off)
Now take my words and just walk away

But what can I say?
I love the way she hates
I love the way she hates
She hates me

Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself dry
Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself dry

No limits to pain I've bled for you now bleed for me
'Cause no one ever told you that it wouldn't be hard
I've got flesh full of ink just waiting to drip
So come take your best shot you know I'll love you by dawn
After we've come and gone over the power we chased
I think I'm way too late, my hate's taken my place
Because the only thing that ring represents these days
Is the mark that it left on the side of my face

But what can I say?
I love the way she hates
I love the way she hates
She hates me

Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself dry
Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself dry

Say goodbye to this drug (see ya)
Say goodbye to this drug (see ya)
Say goodbye to this drug (see ya)
Say goodbye to this, say goodbye
For every fatal breath I've held
For every harmful truth I've spit
For everything I'd ever need
and every time I'd scream myself sick
But what can I say?
I love the way she hates
I love the way she hates
She hates me

Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself, cried myself
Don't make a move I got that exit wound from pride
And now I realize
Don't make a move I got the that exit wound and I've
Cried myself dry

Say goodbye to this drug
I've got a new soul to steal
Say goodbye to this drug
I've got a new soul to steal
I'm on my farewell fix (see ya)
I'm on my farewell fix (see ya)
I'm on my farewell fix (see ya)
I've got a new soul to steal


Lyrics submitted by missderelict, edited by McJeff

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    This song brings tears to my emo eyes.

    Disgorgeon December 28, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    this song is like a bad love story. i like it.

    aliarspromiseon May 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    It's about a drug addiction

    GhostWishingon April 01, 2003   Link
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    im with alia. this shits bout his feelings towards his past relationship that he got away from like a drug addiction. he lost his addiction for her hate towards him. i wish i culd lose my addiction.

    DehydratedMindon May 08, 2003   Link
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    its a mix of both. its about a relationship he was trying to get over but couldnt lose his addiction for her hate towards him. finally he loses his addiction for her and refers her as a drug addiction that he got over and finds a new addiction. great song. makes me wish i could get over my addiction for a girl.

    DehydratedMindon May 08, 2003   Link
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    Yup. The girl he liked was like a drug addiction. I know what that feels like. Just hope my drug never goes sour. Good song, great band. (they are badass in concert)

    Kel-Elon July 03, 2003   Link
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    After we've come and gone over the power we chased

    Paul123456on June 10, 2012   Link

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