yeah she was my accomplice
yeah she took off her prom dress
don't you dare forgive me
don't you dare forgive me
who is the king of coronas
who is the king of coronas
because i don't know what i need
but i know what you mean to me
no one's perfect

i am sorry reka
i am sorry reka
i am sorry reka
and i am sorry baby
i am sorry reka
because i don't know what i need
but i know wha tyou mean to me
no one's perfect

don't you dare forgive me
and sit next to me while i'm singin
and tell me who is the king of coronas
sometimes in summers i drink coronas

and back to back with fake smiles
and back to faking your smiles

cause i don't know what you want baby
all i know is what you mean to me
no one's perfect

does it take the pain away
just to give the pain away
and we are young so we can try
but we'll never get it right
so live it up but only for tonight

don't you dare forgive me
and sit next to me while i'm singin
and tell me who is the king of coronas
sometimes in summers i drink coronas

back to back with fake smiles
back to faking our smiles

cause i dont know what you want baby
all i know is what you mean to me

you are perfect.


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    I love everything The Stryder rights. so real, I can touch it with my own heart, and I do. It's songs like these that help me out. Very real love songs. Confusion.

    king-of-coronason January 06, 2002   Link
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    It's about getting drunk on Coronas after prom and getting a girl pregnant. "no one’s perfect". Excellent rock out part towards the middle of the song too! Then it get's faster and awesome. Stryder is the mostest.

    Dudahon July 11, 2002   Link
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    Great song, I agree with dudah on the meaning. I think lyrics are such a vital part to a song. But you can have a song with the best lyrics and it will be sung without emotion. This song is sung with a lot of emotion.

    tallgrl45on July 26, 2002   Link
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    what the fuck, these arent even the right lyrics you dicks

    skennedy97on July 31, 2002   Link
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    Yea, I don't think this song is about getting pregnant. What I got from it is that he got drunk and cheated on his girlfriend, Reike, after prom. And he's just saying he knows he made a big mistake, but he still loves her and he doesn't deserve her forgiveness.

    RedHeadedEmopunkLvron May 08, 2003   Link
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    good song, and i really dont believe it has to do with him getting a girl pregnant. did you guys get that from him saying "baby" or something? yeah well totally relatable to everyone who has ever cheated on someone and felt horrible about it and begged for forgiveness. i really love this song, one of my favorites of the stryder.

    emo_babah07on June 26, 2003   Link

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