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The rush goes to our heads and we say stupid things
But I’d fall in love with you, again and again
“I can’t believe you’re leaving when you said all that
'believe me' shit. Unlock the door you selfish prick
Get up. Wake up. You’re dreaming. You gotta let me in
‘cause if you don’t you’ll never know”

I can feel your ribs and I can feel your spine
And I can feel you slowly becoming mine
I want to live with you at your house
I want to see what you see
I want to know if you’d marry me?
Would that be okay?

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    Song Meaning"You gotta let me in."
    "I'm not exactly sure when I wrote this song. Maybe ten years ago? I don't know. It was way before the band existed, way before I even thought I could be in a band, and definitely way before I'd ever begin to dream that I would be writing a track-by-track about our second record's first song for Rolling Stone. Life's weird huh? It also inspired another song on this record, but we'll get to that later. Anyway, I like it. I guess I like it enough to make it the first thing you hear on Drag It Down On You. Hope you like this short, interrupted, sad ditty to introduce us again, for the first time, too."
    - Tom Lanyon (…)
    Azazel23on January 09, 2017   Link

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