Album: Billy Talent II (2006)
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  • This song is about a guy who is a devoted friend of a girl that he is in love with. However he hasn't told her how he feels for fear of destroying their close (but not at all sexual) friendship. The chorus (and title) is a plea to the girl to surrender herself so they can be together because he cares deeply about her and he can't stand only being her friend anymore. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Steve - Ontario, Canada
  • In the video, lead singer Ben Kowalewicz falls over at the end. In the uncut version, he is shot in the head, with blood spatter. They cut this scene after deciding it was too graphic. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Spencer - Edmonton, Canada

Comments: 2

  • Billy from Calgary, CanadaDepressing. But yeah, Steve pretty much got it right on. The lyrics aren't that hard to read at all.
  • Dortez from Mesa, AzSeems about self explanatory from the lyrics...its a pretty rad song.
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