You've got to get better,
Said, it's all in your head,
We could live through these letters
Or forget it altogether,
See the months they don't matter
Its the days I can't take
When the hours move to minutes
And I'm seconds away,

Just ask the question come untie the knot
Say you won't care,
Say you won't care,
Retrace the steps, as if we forgot,
Say you won't care,
Say you won't care,
You try to avoid it, but there's not a doubt
And there's one thing I can do nothing about

When all that we need is just a reaction,
Its too much to ask for when there's no attraction anymore,
Chasing our dreams is just a distraction
I want to remember what I know
That I can't go back,

Just ask the question, come untie the knot
Say you won't care
Say you won't care
Retrace the steps as if we forgot
Say you won't care
Say you won't care
You try to avoid it (try to avoid it)
But there's not a doubt
And there's one thing I can do nothing
There's one thing I can do nothing
There's one thing I can do nothing about

Just ask the question (just ask the question)
Come untie the knot
Say you won't care
Say you won't care
Retrace the steps (retrace the steps)
As if we forgot
Say you won't care
Say you won't care
You try to avoid it (try to avoid it)
But there's not a doubt
And there's one thing I can do nothing
There's one thing I can do nothing
There's one thing I can do nothing about


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New American Classic Lyrics as written by Edward Reyes Adam Burbank Lazzara

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    General Commentso sad to me. was a girl, she cared then...not now. can't do a thing about it. "come untie the knot, say you won't care...say you won't care. retrace the steps, as if we forgot say you won't care..." i can't stand it without crying...please let me forget...
    EmoRulesMyLifeon October 04, 2004   Link

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