There is something greater
There is something worse
And it is so real

I woke up from a dream
I know I'm in the right place
Why are you not here?

All my life
I wondereed where you were
Still hold on to the chance you gave me
Didn't know it'd be the last

Say it's not a dream
Though it's not the right place
You should still be here

Take apart the words
Still with me tonight
Still believe today I was the one
Though we can't lie to ourselves
We can pretend
Though I hope you won't forget
There's no way

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    cries.....Breaking Pangaea is an Awesome band

    Simplisticdreamson May 23, 2002   Link
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    its funny how i started liking Breaking Pangaea... I went to a 3 day show in new jersey to see a bunch of bands and a guy from their record label told me that i should buy their cd.. and that i wouldnt be dissapointed.. he gave me his email adress and told me if I didnt like them to tell him and hed refund my money.. needless to say I never did need to send it back.. these guys are great.

    TakingBackSunday711on June 16, 2002   Link
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    i saw them at a show the other day at wiggins park and no one was there...and i was like why the fuck not...the shows free but oh well i got to see them with like a few other ppl. they fucking rock

    bluechannelon September 23, 2002   Link
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    fuck, takingbacksunday you went to skate and surf fest you lucky dog

    homesickforspaceon March 16, 2003   Link
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    <<--- skate and surf this year 25th, 26th, 27th see ya there boys

    youeatpoopon April 05, 2003   Link

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