So what if you don\'t like this one
Just one more time around
And I\'ve got the feeling
Past actions don\'t count now
I\'m sorry if you feel that I
Owe you something
Sorry, what can I do for you?
And now, the best part about this is
I know the truth about you
And now, I can move forward
Not worried about what I\'m about to lose
About to I\'m bound to lose Yeah? Well I don\'t care.

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    great song..this band is so awesome..and i think it's one of those songs that can mean allot of different things to different me it's about a friendship gone wrong because his friend did something fucked up and now he's moving on and getting over it. it can also be a relationship. depends what you make of it..

    allstarme03on July 12, 2002   Link
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    this song is reminds me of /can't slow down/through being cool type stuff....if you dont know this band u should dl this song

    getupkid211on August 02, 2002   Link
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    this is one of the greatest songs i've ever heard. i agree with getupkid211, this band definately reminds of saves the day. The guitar intro is awesome, and the way it changes, just amazing

    ChrisLoon August 20, 2002   Link
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    i love fairweather.

    motorcycledrivebyeron August 31, 2002   Link
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