There you go giving your heart back to own you should wait around to see if they care
But go ahead and see it will be one of your worst fears to be
Gave your heart away, not much left to say, and apparently it seems to me
You wasted all your time on a situation that should have been clear to you
So now you know so betrayed the bitter ache that you wish would go away
Anyway I guess you know there's a price to pay for the trust you've given so easily away
But now I guess you'll see what it means to be heartbroken


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    Im Pretty sure this song is about breaking up like every other song

    Sofarbutnowereon May 06, 2002   Link
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    It could, but that seems like much too trite of a way to describe a No Motiv song....shiiiiit, I can't believe there aren't more posting on these No Motiv songs....whats wrong with people?

    TheDoodon July 03, 2002   Link
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    This song is amazing. No Motiv is so good

    Enderon July 03, 2002   Link
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    I have to agree with "TheDood"..But like I said once before, no motiv is one of those underrated bands that if more people knew about, they could blow little pop punky NFG right out of the water...And So what if the lyrics are abot heartbreak and breakups...Atleast you can tell they really mean what they write.

    MaybeIllCatchF1R3on September 05, 2002   Link
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    Yes they are very underrated and nothing against NFG, Good Charlotte and all those bands but No Motiv does pretty much what they do, only waaaay better. There is something about their songs, they are so incredible at writing great songs with lyrics that anyone can relate to. They may be simple songs about heartbreak like so many other bands do, but they just do it better. Not only that but they are an incredible live band and such nice down to earth guys. No Motiv is definetly one of the best bands out there and deserve more recognition.

    TheDoodon October 18, 2002   Link

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