I don't wanna be an asshole anymore
Sick and tired of all the promises that I make to you
And I break to you
And I know you think you've heard it all before
Something tells me that you think I'm stupid when I say to you
That what I say is true
Too much lyin', too little tryin'

[CHORUS:]
This time is gonna be the last time
The last time again
This time is gonna be the last time
The last time again

Well I don't wanna be redundant anymore
Skippin' like a broken record you can play again
But I'll do it all again
Put it behind me, then you rewind me

[CHORUS]

[guitar solo]

Once again
I must have been
Tryin' to wash away the sin
Cuz I wake up
Bathroom floor
I won't do this anymore
...starting tomorrow

[CHORUS X 2]


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    wow...it's funny, but it's serious at the same time. guys...just love 'em!!

    SCbabie23on August 14, 2002   Link
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    THIS SONG IS SOOO REFFERING TO MY STUPID EX BF!!!

    emoloseron August 24, 2002   Link
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    isn't this site for song <i> meanings </i> ? well it's pretty clear that this song is about a guy who realizes that he's really hurting his girlfriend. He acknowledges that he keeps breaking promises and hurting her. Even though he realizes it, and that's half the battle, he can't seem to make sure it is actually the last time. (ie: "i won't do this anymore... starting tomorrow")

    xfuelchickxon January 28, 2005   Link

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