Deny, change everything you know to be
It's enough to feel misused to live like me
You'd want more

You wanna fuck around? You wanna play?
I can't allow myself to feel for you that way
Bitter memories, wretched view
Looking back on the things that you put me through

You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes
You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes

Inside I'm sick of life, pretend to hear
The wrong words cast from your eyes
Your hooks in me to take more

You wanna fuck around? You wanna play?
I can't allow myself to feel for you that way
Bitter memories, wretched view
Looking back on the things that you put me through

You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes
You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes

Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?

Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing?

You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes
You kill me all the time with the look in your eyes
You kill me all the time with your eyes

Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?
Was I nothing to you?

Did you ever love me?
Did you ever love me?



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    i think it's obvious what this is about.. someone important left them. i like this song.... the bass lines in it are sweet

    panochitaon April 23, 2002   Link
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    this song is really cool. it reminds me of the summer time... when my boyfriend cheated on me.. "was i nothing to you" i like how it gets all angry at the end. good song.

    RaspberryPerfumeon May 12, 2002   Link
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    This song is great! There could not be a better song that goes with the way I feel. May I add that Jabe and Eddie are REALLY hot! hehe

    TragedyAnneon June 13, 2002   Link

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