Then suddenly I was hooked and listened to the rest of the lyrics. About a week later she called me back and acted bitchy at first then suddenly broke down telling me she "wants her boyfriend back", and she had every single excuse ready in the book, like "my dads gonna die and I want someone to be there with me" or "I had something I'm gonna give to you" or what not.While that is very sad, I responded by putting my foot down and said something along the lines of "sorry, I don't want to.
I must say this song sums up exactly how it feels to be heartbroken by someone you love(d) then to have whoever that person is suddenly call you back claiming to want you back.
Any claims about lyrics meaning this or that, is usually nonsense.
I could write a song that ends up being about pollution because the metaphors work well, and then as an afterthought and marketing idea, say I wrote it for Earth Day.
Basically, when she sees my face, I hope it tortures her more than it tortures me, because for being so unfaithful, its what she deserves.
Two other examples would be Trent Reznor's "Hurt" and Eric Clapton's "Tears In Heaven", two emotional songs that can generate a physical response from people simply by listening to it.
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