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I see a little homophobia in these comments, but why? We are all in the same problem. Whether you wish me death or just believe I’m an abomination because I’m a lesbian - i forgive you. Despite our differences, I wish you all the best and I hope life treats you better soon.
Thank you from Wales and I wish you all nothing but good vibes and a good life from now on.
I hope you all recover and find something to make life feel worth it for you.
I don’t know you people, but just know I will constantly keep you in my thought.
I love you all.
It didn’t start out that way though. It never does. The first couple years was phenomenal. Unlike anything I’ve ever felt. Romance, feel like you found your soulmate, this person talk to you like no one else ever talk to you, this person can connect with you like nobody else connected with you etc. We had a lot of trips and a lot of romantic activities
Then on our anniversary she flipped on me and the real insecurities came out. I was stuck up there for another two days with her and it was absolutely miserable. The relationship never repaired and I was constantly finding myself walking on egg shells, not knowing she’s going to break down crying about some bulls--t. And it became toxic. Too many arguments, too many bad feelings, and too much toxicity. It came to the point I didn’t wanna be around her unless I was drunk or high on weed, out of town.
Turns out she was molested as a kid abused by her father and an uncle. Terrible stuff. I’m surprised she kept it together for so long but this happens.
It was depressing being around her because of all the vultures in her personal life and just... not the same as it was in the beginning.
I felt myself going downhill with her to the point I wanted to kill myself. I would write her letters and tell her that if I died I would be a happy man. And I felt that way in the moment . I don’t think that way anymore because it’s been five months since we broke up and I’m happier now.
She’s not a toxic person, I think the chemistry of us both together, was toxic.
The funny thing is I miss her now. I miss the beginning. But the beginning of a relationship is always better than the end of one.
I could’ve stayed in. I could’ve tried to help her. I could’ve tried to be there for her more. But I couldn’t do it. I chose my own sanity, and my own personal happiness and I got out. And now we don’t talk.
Never too late.
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In the song, Adam tells something to the listener, something like: Hey, I feel pissed off, too, and I also feel like I don't belong. But you must not give up, because you can still turn things around.
I love every single line. Everytime I listen to it I get quiet and thoughtful.
has anyone noticed (sorry if it's been said) that at the end of the video, the woman walks away from the bed, and it looks like angel wings behind her?
awesome song, love the band :)
What I expected
And if I don't belong
Who would have guessed it?" My favorite line from a song. It fits. I quite often feel like I don't belong, but I just continue on because "it's never too late." I guess I do get strength from this song.
Also if you like this song, Check out I don't Care by Apocolyptica
this song is extremely deep.
the first time i heard it i thought of him talking about himself turning his life around but after i watched the video its about a girl who was abused by someone and a angel came to save her saying its never too late to turn at all around.....i am in lovee with this song....its GREATT....
My idea on the song because of the video.
I don't think the song's about abortion. *gigglesnort*