"Your Mistake" as written by Ken Block, Mark E. Trojanowski, Ryan Carter Newell, Andrew Copeland and Jeff Beres....
I'm not right
And I'm not fine
I want to be rain that tastes like wine
I want to be good
I want to be great
I want to be everything except for your mistake

Send me inside your mind
I want to know what you're thinking
This time I'll try to be the one you always thought you knew

It's true
I'm blue
And without you

I'm not right
I'm not fine
I want to be rain that tastes like wine
I want to be good
I want to be great
I want to be everything except for your mistake

Let me into your view
I want to know how you see this thing that's us
I must keep managing my madness over you

It's true
I'm blue
And without you

I'm not right
I'm not fine
I want to be rain that tastes like wine
I want to be good
I want to be great
I want to be everything except for your mistake

And I don't want your sympathy just understanding
We'd be better off if I just took some time to try to understand you

I'm not right
I'm not fine
I want to be rain that tastes like wine
I want to be good
I want to be great
I want to be everything except for your mistake

I'm not right
I'm not fine
I want to be rain that tastes like wine
I want to be seen
I want to get clean
I want to just fall out of in-between
I'm not right
I'm not right
I don't want to be your mistake


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"Your Mistake" as written by Jeff Beres Andrew Copeland

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    General CommentI'd think that this song is about the beginning of a relationship that he doesn't want to rush into and risk being her mistake. Maybe she's expressed hesitation or he can sense she's a little uneasy.
    nackteziegeon July 22, 2007   Link

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