Man, why are all of my songs so ridiculously clichéd?

This is another poem/song/whatever about the person who inspired Fallacies. Some of the last verse doesn't really make sense unless you're me or him, but I think it still works alright to those of you on the outside (for lack of a better term). Either way, I hope you enjoy it!

And now I'm off to double-check some essays. Sounds thrilling, doesn't it?


Before I walk away,

I wanna hear you say you need me

Before you let me go,

You should let me down easy

You wouldn't make it hard

I wouldn't make it strange

.

It's not an accident

Just a consequence of meeting

And the happenstance

Is the chance that's keen on leaving

If I went this far

Would we really change?

.

Just let me know what you should mean to me

The wondering is really killing me

.

The flash of light I caught,

I think you ought to show more often

Or this analogy

Is just a fallacy forgotten

You know I'm like her, too

So what's wrong with me and you?

.

Just let me know what you should to me

The wondering is really killing me

In this guessing game, you're defeating me

Too hard to let you see this side of me…

.

The air's not very clear

But will you see us here together?

Stubs won't erase these thoughts

They might be all I've got forever

I'll really miss your eyes

And you're philosophy

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Just let me know what you should to me

The wondering is really killing me

I'm not afraid you won't remember me

But that I won't last in your memory...