Funny feeling my guts intuition doesn't know
No bravery could convince you
To more or less say no
Your explanation hasn't gone over yet
But I'll give you one more chance

To open up and just let go
There's no easier way out of this place
I'm claiming this lie to you
Face to face to face to

That's no way for you to treat me my dear
Someone you chose to lie to all these years
There is no other title that I can find for us
Even though you can believe that this could
Work and bleed and breathe and be for us
Your interpretation of my expectations
Caught up in your picture frame

Have defined my eyes and made me turn up down and inside
There's no easier way out of this place
I'm claiming this lie to you face to face to face to
That's no way for you to treat me my dear
Someone you chose to lie to all these years
It's gonna take a lot to get you to completely

Forgive me for letting you down
I'm not exactly what I really was back then
Played along for so long
Then you saw what I really was I was wrong for so long

What do I do with my other type of slum life
So on to you delight
For the rest of the night I'm yours
Whatever you want
From every pore I give you my life

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Years Lyrics as written by Elias P. Soriano Andrew Jason Goldman

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    As I understand it, this song is about a relationship turned sour over time due to one person being insincere and "two faced".

    "I'm claiming this lie to you face to face to face to..."

    The relationship is coming to an important point as one partner decides to confront the other about these 'lies'.

    Quality tune from Nonpoint; one of their best.

    Fundamentalon July 03, 2004   Link
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    This one rocks* Great way to let out angst accumulated from liars and decievers...on to the meaning. these aren't all the lyrics

    Read it like this:

    There's no easier way out of this place, I'm claiming this lie to you face to face to face to (I'm claiming this lie on you, face to face, for you to face to...

    -The chorus explains the song... That's no way to treat me dear, Someone you chose to lie to, all these years

    Nittyon January 25, 2007   Link

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