It's getting cold all over again
So I'll be inside way too much again

You´ll have to believe me
You have to hear me when I say
And I´ll make up something that
Just so that you´ll believe in me

It's getting cold all over again
And I'll be inside way too much again
This is becoming too routine for me,
For me

There will be time for this tomorrow
But it´s days like this that keep me alive
Is there anything left for me? (2x)

Daylight´s almost over now
Can't think of anymore to say (Is there anything left for me?)
Even if I try to understand
It won't ever be the same (Is there anything left for me?)


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    Awesome song to listen to around this time of year.

    APartOfMeDieson September 16, 2002   Link
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    "daylights almost over now cant think of anymore to say"

    God i love that... come back titr.

    lowell,maon May 01, 2003   Link
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    i love this song.

    too bad i missed the reunion show. :'(

    bobsterbobskinon June 12, 2008   Link
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    Seems to be about isolation, possibly after a break up or a change for the worse, and trying hard to break out of it but ending up in the same place over and over.

    Mwz15on December 10, 2009   Link

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