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For example, if you'd answered the question, with, “I'd really like you to stay with me this evening,” that's the truth of how you feel. It then gives the person doing the asking the opportunity to either say, “No problem. I'd love to stay here with you.” Or “How about if we spend tomorrow evening together. I really would like to go. Don't cry to me. If you loved me. You would be here with me. You want me. Come find me. Make up your mind. Should I let you fall? Lose it all? So maybe you can remember yourself. Can't keep believing. We're only deceiving ourselves. And I' m sick of the lie. And you're too late. 29 Dec Misheard or wrong Evanescence Call Me When You're Sober song lyrics.
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Don't cry to me, if you loved me You would be here with me You want me, come find me Make up your mind Should I let you fall, lose it all So maybe you can remember yourself? Can't keep believing We're only deceiving ourselves And I'm sick of the lie And you're too late Don't cry to me, if you loved me You would be here with me You want me, come find me Make up your mind Couldn't take the blame, sick with shame Must be exhausting to lose your own game, selfishly hated No wonder you're jaded You can't play the victim this time And you're too late Don't cry to me, if you loved me You would be here with me You want me, come find me Make up your mind You never call me when you're sober You only want it 'cause it's over, it's over How could I have burned paradise?
You were never mine! So don't cry to me, if you loved me You would be here with me Don't lie to me, just get your things I've made up your mind! Call Me When You're Sober song meanings.
Great to hear new stuff from Evanescence! Archived from the original on September 26, Archived from the original on August 19,
Add your thoughts Comments. Did anyone forget that!? People on this website like you all really tick me off. Moaning and groaning on whether the song is good or not, if the band sucks or not.
No one cares about if you think it sucks or not. That's not what this site is about. With that said, I would like to break down the song for those who would care to read: I mean, it is a pretty straight forward song.
The narrator has been dealing with a lover who has been wishy washy with their relationship, and she's finally sick and tired of all the trouble he's been putting her through. He probably has broken up a few times, or has taken some sort of action that basically says he doesn't really love her. Actions speak louder than words. Therefore, the line "If you loved me, you would be here with me" is a reminder that if he really did love her, he wouldn't be putting her through all this pain.
He can't seem to make up his mind on if he really wants her or not, and she's sick of dealing with his conflicts and an inability to make a good decision that he doesn't regret. The "Should I let you fall Obviously with all this pain, she thinks that they'll only be hurting each other "Can't keep believing, We're only deceiving ourselves"and so she's sick of him lying and her lying to herself.
He can't seem to understand how much grief he's been causing her. Now that he's regretting his decision, it "Must be exhausting to loose your own game. He only wants it because he sees it's finally ending. Not for the right reasons. The second time she says "it's over" is sort of a realization, or a reminder that it really is over between them. Then the part "How could I have burned paradise? He's trying to get sympathy from her, as if she were the one causing his pain.
She reminds him that he doesn't really love her and that he was never hers "You were never mine"which is also probably something she's just come to realize in the process. She sees that he's too conflicted to just leave her or take her, and to save them both from further pain, she's decided that she just doesn't want to be a part of it anymore.
She is firm in her decision by making the decision for him.
Getting him out of her life so she can move on, and so that hopefully he will learn. People keep saying this is about Amy and that guy from Seether.
But really, we don't know for sure unless she's actually come out and said that. I don't really care who it was written for, I just know that the song can apply to anyone in a similar situation, and that's what matters to me.
No Replies Log in to reply. There was an error. General Comment I love the music video for this. I didn't think the dancers looked cheap at all, it was actually pretty cool. And I liked the wolves. General Comment This song is actually about a failed relationship between the lead singer of Evenescence I forget her name. And Shaun Morgan The singer for Seether.
She made this song out of spite for the recovering addict. Who at the very time the band had sent the song was already in rehab for his addictions.
Which to If You Loved Me You Would Be Here With Me people who knew somewhat demonized her thinking that she and her band-mates had written the song regardless of him seeking help for himself.
Anyway, much more bluesy than I thought it would be as a lot of interviews have mentionedbut amazing stuff!! No more of that "I think this song's about Jebus!
General Comment it sounds just about right. General Comment Where can I hear this song at? If you search by last added, you should get about a billion results with the full song. Try p2p programs and the like, though. General Comment I'm probably the only one who loves this song. It may be straightforward but it has an awesome beat a I lve the way it speaks. Just got done listening to it at myspace.
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Mobile Android iPhone Windows Phone. Germany Official German Charts . Venezuela Pop Rock Record Report . Archived from the original on June 5, An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Marc Webb and filmed in Hollywood; it draws inspiration from the fairy tale " Little Red Riding Hood ".
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