Take away from me
That what you just gave
Nothing left to heal
Nothing left to save
Given half a chance
Given what we've spent
I will not repay
I will not repent
I don't want to leave
I don't want to stay
Get away from me
Stay the hell away
And I will give up my mind
And I will give up my way
And I will pluck out my eyes
Yes I will feel my way
I will

Is there something wrong
With the way I feel
I don't want to beg
I don't have to steal
Let me prove myself
Let me earn your trust
Let me betray
The way that we discussed
I don't want to leave
I don't want to stay
Get away from me
Stay the hell away

And I will give up my mind
And I will give my way
And I will pluck out my eyes
Yes I will feel my way
I will

In open hand, unopened gift
Her broken bones, her head won't lift
A decades been since you've been gone
Mend the cracks and say so long
Say so long


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    Album: Curb (1996)

    mercanfaton February 05, 2002   Link
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    fun to play too.

    pillowon July 10, 2002   Link
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    wow, i really love these powerfull and emotional songs... NOT. what are these guys smoking?!? i'm pretty sure when he started out writing this song, he had a coherent thought in mind, but the emo cliches jumped him, beat him up, and turned this song into one more of all the rest. i'm glad these guys are so orrigional, cuz it's to deep (incoherent) that you honsestly have no idea what he's trying to say. long live the special olympics, and the special songwriters too. gatta love these guys...

    thecellistson September 14, 2002   Link
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    YOU DA MAN THECELLISTS!!! this is SHIT!! i hate nickelback anyways. fucking canadians...

    onemorebrokenhearton September 14, 2002   Link
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    if you hate nickelback why did you listen to this song

    SomePurpleGuyon December 24, 2006   Link
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    You're a bunch of fuckin fags...nickelback kicks ass

    Unimeter_Kipperon June 08, 2007   Link

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