There was a time, when all was perfect, no worries, but now that's blurry
We had something, that no one had, but it's all gone now, ain't that so sad
He came along, took you away, he opened his arms wide, there you stayed
You smiled, and waved goodbye, and for the last time, I looked in your eyes...

Love can fade, can break away, can be forgotten, but not replaced
You might lose hope, you might lose faith, but don't throw it all away, cause your afraid...

Now all I ask, is for him to care, for him to treat you, like I were always there
But please don't love him, come back to me, I'm begging you, I'm on my knees

Please don't forget, all the times we spent, and all the places, we saw and went
You were soo happy, what did I do wrong, was I not good enough, all along...





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    ok this song is so true! i think this song is about a brutal breakup some guy is going through and like he still loves this girl and she says she doesnt love him and he's trying to remind her that love can't be replaced cuz it can't! .....great breakup song 4 someone who still loves the person they broke up with

    COMEBACKCOURTNI12on April 24, 2005   Link
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    dude, are you exactly right, i mean the same thing happend to me, i actually really got on my knees and begged her but she still hated me, and so i found this band on this Net and i started to talk to Dan over AIM (there singer) he writes everything and records everything, like there music etc, and well that is what happend to him and he just wrote a song about it, and the worse part is, he never did get her back

    BetrayedGuitariston March 16, 2006   Link
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    This song, to me is about highschool sweethearts or something of the sort. They broke up, but of course the guy is still in love with the girl. The girl has moved on, but the guy hasn't and still loves her.

    Yep, just thought i'd put my two cents in it.

    sweet.tragedyon November 08, 2006   Link
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    that is pretty much how i feel right now

    llama1298on December 05, 2006   Link
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    this song reminds me of the day my mom left :'(

    shutupforgoodgodon May 19, 2011   Link

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