At first you were a dream, but now you're a nightmare
This type of shit, I have nothing to compare
I'm coming home to a punch or a kiss.
You tell me it's your heart, but I know it's your fist.
OK!

I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're so fucking crazy.

I caught the train but I missed the transfare
You cut me off but I know you don't care.
You take me home, but someday I'll escape
You say we're making love, but I call that rape.
ALRIGHT!

I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy.
I know you love me, but you're so fucking crazy.

I know you love me
I know you love me
I know you love me, but you're fucking crazy!


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    i hope these lyrics are correct, i transcribed them myself. really fun song! as for the meaning...

    chikchikchikroxon August 31, 2005   Link
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    bloody love this song. makes me wanna dance so bad

    ___explodeon March 18, 2006   Link
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    It's wicked catchy . . . and yet, about an abusive relationship? Weep!

    Strawberrywishon September 20, 2006   Link
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    I love this song! its soo cool

    marishka13on October 18, 2006   Link

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