This started off so well but things just fall apart
I came with innocence and left without a heart

I know you said you cared
Tonight I'm gone
Goodbye

I'm sitting on the floor, I'm feeling really sick
I won't turn on the lights, it's better in the dark

I wish I could stay here
If I did then I'd cry and disappear

I'm never coming back, I'm never coming back
I'm never coming back, I'm never coming back
I'm strong enough to leave and never turn around
All that I'm leaving here is all that I'm not now

You'll stay, I'll leave and you'll smile
I'll grow as I go and leave this all behind

I wave goodbye but not say goodbye
I've said all that I want to say


Lyrics submitted by xpankfrisst

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    I can't find information about this band ANYWHERE. My guess is it's some kid sat up in her/his room spewing out a bunch of angst ridden, self pittying lyrics. Still I may be wrong so if anyone knows where to hear a sample of this stuff, bring it on.

    shai2002on July 18, 2002   Link
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    oh my god! this is such a great song. You can so connect to it. It reminds me of someone who wants to commit suicide it is kinda sad!!!

    Mrs_Matherson July 18, 2002   Link
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    Wow...I haven't heard this song..but the lyrics are great! I see what you mean about suicide, but it reminds me so much of my relationship with my best friend. I finally just said enough and walked away a few months ago...and he just smiled...like he thought that I would be back. I recently made things right with him, but I know that I never want things to be the same and I have grown through it. I'll have to listen to it too to see if it sounds good...cause I really like the lyrics.

    InnocentVillainon July 18, 2002   Link
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    wow this song reminds me of myself and ex bf.. "i came with innocence and left without a heart" he basically changed everything about me.. but i am finally moving on....

    musicgoddesson July 18, 2002   Link
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    who the hell is this band, i cant find them anywhere on the internet-but they have shit loads of song lyrics on here. i kinda want to here the music to this song- lyrics seem intresting- its obvioulsy a girl singing....there allways "soooo strong" like this.

    kill_me_killroyon July 18, 2002   Link
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    this song has wonderful lyrics, but i want to hear them.. where can i find downloads for this band?

    brittafulon July 18, 2002   Link
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    where can i find the songs?????????????????????????????????????????????????????

    blac_unicornon July 18, 2002   Link
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    I wanna find this song too!!! :(

    Nowhere_Girlon August 11, 2002   Link
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    i've heard this song. MAP are awesome! the songs are hide to find cos its an underground band in england. this isn't one of their best, it's a bit depressing, but still beautiful

    this_dope_noseon July 21, 2002   Link
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    i have an acoustic version of this song. it's not the best quality, but if anyone wants to hear it, i have it. all you have to do is ask, boys and girls...

    xpankfrisston March 21, 2003   Link

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