There are things you should know
The distance between us seems to grow
But you're holding on strong
Oh how hard it's to let go, oh so hard to let go

I'm waiting for your call and I'm ready to take your six six six in my heart
I'm longing for your touch and I welcome your sweet six six six in my heart

I'm losing my faith in you
You don't want it to be true
But there's nothing you can do
There's nothing you can do, yes, I've lost my faith in you

I'm waiting for your call and I'm ready to take your six six six in my heart
I'm longing for your touch and I welcome your sweet six six six in my heart

How long we have to wait
For love is fading so slowly
I know it's too late
Oh my god you're so lonely

I'm waiting for your call and I'm ready to take your six six six in my heart
I'm longing for your touch and I welcome your sweet six six six in my heart
I'm ready for your call and I'm ready to take your six six six in my heart
I'm longing for your touch and I welcome your sweet six six six in my heart
In my heart
In my heart
In my heart


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    this is so catchy, and got me really hooked on this band.

    This meaning is forgiveness. Looking past the bad things a person has to offer, and accepting their good things to offer. Very touching to me.

    Guffawingcoyoteon April 20, 2004   Link
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    great song, great band.

    borelluson May 14, 2004   Link
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    I think this song is incredible. I think it's message is powerful. As for HIM being crap, I don't think so. Say what you want quiffporn. But for fucks sake, what is the point of saying it over and over again? Well, it's a waste of your life, not ours. Keep up the crap and the 5 minutes you take everyday to write a hate comment is 35 minutes every week of your life. Wow, real exciting. Other people have real things to do than express their hate for a band a 1/2 an hour every week. Anyway, this song is great. One of my favorites ever.

    ElementSkater10on January 12, 2005   Link
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    Retards.

    That's all you are. Retards. I'm sick of this.

    1. Quiffporn. He's a genius. He may not have my views on HIM, and he may say hateful things. But he's a hell of a lot smarter than you idiots.

    2. Selrach. I doubt you're reading this, but if you are, quit saying that Ville's lyrics are shallow, and coming off as a 12 year old being dumped. If you were writing better lyrics as a 14 year old, I encourage you to take up a band. I'd listen to it, especially if you can write better than Ville. He's metaphorical. VERY metaphorical. But so many skater faggots who like the band because of Bam take it in as a Satanic band because that's their imagery, but the songs are about so much more.. they don't bother to find the metaphorical references in them.

    4 all of u n3rdz typn liek dis, go kill yourself. Now. You have no use to society.

    Exiledon March 14, 2006   Link
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    why hasnt this song got any comments? its rad

    Rowleyon March 30, 2003   Link
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    what a wonderful song...

    xXx(Jodi)xXxon June 27, 2003   Link
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    I dunno I think it has to do with sensing distance between yourself and your boyfriend/girlfriend. That's what got me into this song, the sense of things changing for the worst in a relationship.

    xLovexHatexon May 28, 2004   Link
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    When I was reading a bio of Ville Valo, It said that Ville said "666" was not supossed to be a sign of mortality/satan, but it symbolizes how death and love are close together, and the symbol would be represented as "666." On Ville's album "greatest love songs vol. 666" the time ending of the cd was 66:06.66, and 66 songs. Ville ment for that cd to symbolize love, and nbot mortality.

    HeartagramHIM666on July 04, 2004   Link
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    I think it means growing distant from your bf/gf, like xLovexHatex said. It means alot for me as me n my gf are in a long distance relationship at the moment and sometimes it feels like we're growing further away... Oh well, Me n her just have to hang in a few more years and i can go down and live with her... Gets all loved up ^^

    The_Lost_Truthon December 25, 2004   Link
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    guitar riff is amazing, as is his voice. this song is incredible

    refinehateloveon January 04, 2005   Link

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