Watching the days burning out like a cigarette, just a few drags to go.
You built me up and you broke me down, somehow
Everything just seemed so clear to me, nothing left to know
I'll love you right and I'll love you pure, right now

How can you say, that its too late
To save us now

And I would wait for you, if you would wait for me
And I will Wait for you, if you will wait for me

Intoxicated, the edge is serrated, so easily torn from the core
I blushed the first time, but you blushed the last time my eyes hit your mind
Regenerated these feelings of hatred, I long for your love ever more
You built me up and you broke me down this time

And I would wait for you, if you would wait for me
And I will Wait for you, if you will wait for me

How can you say that its too late, to save us now
How can you say


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Cigarette Lyrics as written by Longineu Parsons Iii Benjamin Eric Harper

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    General CommentThis was the first Yellowcard song I heard and from then on I fell in love with it.. "how can you say that its too late to save us now? and I would wait for you, oh, if you would wait for me, yeah" Incredible.
    RagingAnneon May 27, 2002   Link

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