Phone calls , excitement in the air.
Fluency has grown,
All we have shared is in a stream heading somewhere,
Taking turns, back to nowhere.
Although there are a thousand more,
You are the one I have been looking for.
I have no clue if this is your game
If so count me out and leave me in pain.
Already prepared for a final thought.
After only a few hours I got caught in your net,
Why did you let me fall?
It left me in a crumbling room staring at the walls.


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Have a Nice Life Lyrics as written by Berger Ishay Ben Horin Yotam

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    this is the best band in the world they are soo fucking cool im gonna see them on warp tour this summer and im gonna make out with ishay no matter what oh and the song is awesome they all are really cool

    Biggeston April 12, 2002   Link
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    i should try and catch warp tour just cause they are on it. i haven't seen them in show in about a year.

    AlwaysLaston April 17, 2002   Link
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    I think he's talking about how you have that new relationship excitement and how he realized he loves her so much more than anyone and is wondering if this is game. It is and he's sad because she left him in pain...

    AnGiE_04on July 11, 2002   Link
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    useless id rulez! i live in israel and i can see them al the time. whoo-hoo! they are the best in the israeli punk scene, along with man alive.

    punk223on May 08, 2003   Link
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    i live in israel too!!! man alive and useless ruleeeeeeeeeee and im going to their concert in july! patiphone, with evil weasel!!!

    natleeon April 23, 2004   Link
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    MOTHER FUCKIN' BITCH!!!!!!!

    temptation777on April 29, 2010   Link

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