The worst time, to hit you with my first line, no
Everything seemed fine, when I hold you like you're one-of-a-kind
You said you were a sure sign, it's feeling like the last time
Play it back, it's going over and over
Give it up and pull me through, all of this to tell you...

I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far
Can't stop feeling, doesn't matter who you are
This could be my last goodbye
You could stay, I'll be alright
I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far

If I might say, all of this seems to float away from...
Your lips when they're kissing me, and your hips when leaving me for
The last time, I'm thinking of the first time, ohh
The first time, I'm thinking of the last time
Play it back, it's going over and over

You're trying me so I'm moving on, all of this to tell you...

I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far
Can't stop feeling, doesn't matter who you are
This could be my last goodbye
You could stay, I'll be alright
I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far

This is where we left off and I'm trying hard to let go
This is where we left off and I'm still waiting to see if you'll show

The first time, I'm thinking of the last time
The last time, I'm thinking of the first time

I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far
Can't stop feeling, doesn't matter who you are
This could be my last goodbye,
You could stay, I'll be alright
I've been thinking, take me now, I'm in too far


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    hm, well i'm not sure if i agree with the first comment

    he's in too far, maybe he's saying that he is way to into the relationship, as if he is usually nmore independent.

    So when he's thinking of the last time he's thinking of the first time, as if where it started and where is now, and he feels unsure and thinks about ending it, but whenever he's around her all those worries just float away.

    He is too far in the relationship, and it would be better to just get over it, but he then decides to go farther into it and let the relationship progress.

    He's saying "can't stop feeling, doesn't matter who you are"

    so pretty much the relationship might not be such a good idea, for whatever reason, but he can't stop wanting her and is way too addicted to her already so he just wants to keep going with her.

    that's what it means to me, maybe i got the idea because it's the situation i'm in now? heh.

    Donielleon March 20, 2006   Link
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    I can't believe no one has commented to this song. Its way too good. I'm not sure if this is the right meaning of the song, but I think its about a guy who has been in mainly physical relationships in his life, but he finally found that one special girl, and he's not sure if he's willing to risk his history of physcial relationships for this one girl or just keep on doing what he's been doing. He really cares about this girl and wants something more, but the sex in the back of his head is tempting him. I'm probably wrong, but whatever.

    tetrad911on August 29, 2005   Link
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    Hi, I can't believe it either, this song is great, I am listening to it as a sort of conversation bewteen 2 people, one of them saying "i've been thinking...." and the other interuptting with "take me now.." I dont know, what do you think? My favourite part of the song is "Your lips when they’re kissing me, and your hips when leaving me for..." its such a great part ofthe song, the melody everything.

    lizziegoluckyon January 19, 2006   Link
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    oh and the lines

    "This is where we left off and I’m trying hard to let go This is where we left off and I’m still waiting to see if you’ll show"

    He's trying to let go of her, because it doesn't seem like he means as much to her as she does to him.

    Donielleon March 20, 2006   Link
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    I personally think this song is about a person who is in a on and off relationship with a girl for a really long time and it doesn't matter if the girl has changed he sees her for who she really is/was and wants to be with her again.

    Nowhereagainisblisson March 20, 2006   Link
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    The first time, I’m thinking of the last time The last time, I’m thinking of the first time

    isn't this how we all see relationships? wondering if they'll end from the start, and then thinking of the good times at the end? great song.

    drmjmdon March 30, 2006   Link
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    amazing song.

    davidprevailson October 23, 2006   Link
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    I'm going to throw my two cents in with Donielle. I think the song is about the relationship uncertainty and he's not sure which path he should take.

    CummingsSMon March 13, 2007   Link
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    I have a theory, but I'm sure I'm not right.

    So the guy is basically hung up on this girl who seems to be perfect for him, and he doesn't feel this way about anyone else, but he still continues to date around and have other girlfriends and such. Maybe right when the guy believes he is over this girl, she comes right back to him, making him fall in love with her all over again? Leading him on perhaps? Now he's in a relationship but can't get the girl out of his head? I really don't know. Just a thought. =)

    Minority464on December 10, 2007   Link
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    this song was on one of my baseball video game and thats where i heard it. to me t sounds like hes tryng to give up on the girl he loves but its too hard. i dont know if you guys see it my way too but i think the part where they are saying take me now im in too far i think hes talking to god about living. thats just my own opinion

    buffmanbillon August 05, 2008   Link

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