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Too much, too much is never enough
I had you and I gave you up
No idea where my mind was for months
I woke up, I cashed in on all of my luck
Walked hand and hand with your trust
And everybody was kissing on fire
And we all got burnt

It'd be safer, to hate her
Than to love her and to lose her
It'd be safer to hate her all around

Caught you having a laugh
Did you catch me have the last?
I've been smiling like this for days
Just to make up for my mistakes
In the dark, I watch everyone disappear
And I am beginning to let myself down
I am pushing everyone that was in, out

It'd be safer, to hate her
Than to love her and to lose her
It'd be safer to hate her all around

And nobody knows what it's like
To live and die on the inside
Nobody knows what it's like
To be one of a kind

When we die, do we feel alive?

It'd be safer, to hate her
Than to love her and to lose her
It'd be safer to hate her all around
And nobody knows what it's like
To live and die on the inside
Nobody knows



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    UnregisteredMar 9, 2012 at 6:50 pm
    I think that this song is about a guy and girl who love deeply for eachother but due to some misunderstanding, he thinks that she doesn't love him and vice versa. Eventually, he gets fed up with all this and decides that it would be 'safer to hate her' although he still loves her

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