Album: The Poison (2005)
  • I can't believe what I've seen
    So scratch my eyes out
    You were at ease on your knees in his apartment
    You said his name as I came in your direction
    Now I can choose what to do with both of you

    I loved you, you hurt me
    I loved you, you hurt me bad, go

    Your words, bury me of what I used to be
    I can't erase all those things I've seen
    Your heart smothers me and now it's hard to breathe
    I can't erase all my memories

    I take a step to the left, now you see me
    Tears start to fall as you crawl in his apartment
    You screamed his name as I came in your direction
    Fists start to fly say goodbye there's no excuses

    I loved you, you hurt me
    I loved you, you hurt me bad, go

    Your words, bury me of what I used to be
    I can't erase all those things I've seen
    Your heart smothers me
    And now it's hard to breathe
    I can't erase all my memories

    Hey, there's no excuses
    Hey, there's no excuses

    I loved you, you hurt me
    I loved you, you hurt me bad, go

    Your words, bury me of what I used to be
    I can't erase all those things I've seen
    Your heart smothers me
    And now it's hard to breathe
    I can't erase all my memories
    (erase all my memories of you) Writer/s: JASON JAMES, MATTHEW TUCK, MICHAEL DAVID THOMAS, MICHAEL KIERON PAGET
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Cyan from Rio Vista, CaThis is my boyfriend's favourite song. Fuels his anger and makes for loud and rough.. Yeah..
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