Album: From Them, Through Us. To You (2007)


  • Essentially this song is about a guy in a long-term relationship with a girl he truly loves and cares about, but he constantly finds himself seduced by a girl appropriately named "Pandora." This becomes clear through the lyrics, "I know that I'll regret what I did." The singer also sums up his feelings for Pandora by using the words "The lust, the sex, the heat, this sweat." He continues to describe his girlfriend using the words "The love, the hate, the guilt, my fate." >>
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    Ross - Philadelphia, PA

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  • Alex from Atlanta, GaI love their song Adalia.
  • Bobsaget from Santee, Cawhy does this have to be their only song that pops up???????????????? i <3 all thier songs xept dis 1
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