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Underoath The Changing Of Times Lyrics

Last updated: 11/06/2010 11:00:00 AM

never expected it to arrive so soon
but as the night drifted on
it came time to say goodbye
turning your back and walking away
this cold winter morning is all that remains
why couldn't you tell me to my face
instead of hiding until i lost faith
a heart gets broken as a life gets set free
and all i asked was love me
years passed, seasons changed and i waited
(hate time to say goodbye, hate time)
soon after was the pain
that would never reach you
you've gotten over me
but it seems i'll never get over you
on me i place this blame
praying heaven will open wide
and hold you tight
as for me, i'll be alright
this impact you would have
the songs i'd write
dreams of you changing your mind
anything to pass the time
but for now
i hope you can hear me as i cry
i love you and goodbye

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puzzled | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/5/10

What crappy lyrics. I mean, really? It's not the message (although not much of one) but the wording of it that makes this song so generic. Why even provide lyrics like this? I've read better out of a high school journal.

Amazing and heart tutching, just like every other Underoath song | Reviewer: Anonymous | 7/20/10

I can really rely to the lyrics.. No, I am not christian, actually I am Lavey Satanic. Which "proves" that not only christians can rely to their lyrics, I hate that kind of crap!
The lyrics describes perfectly how i felt about a girl (I am not saying that the lyrics are about love or anything. I believe that lyrics are "personal" and can mean different things to different people despite that they are about something), I am now over the girl and life goes on..
I LOVE Underoath, not the new Underøat (Which dont mean i hate them, I only liked Underoath better when Dallas was in the band. i totally respect the new unerøath)
Pardon my english