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Christina Perri: Black + Blue Meaning

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And I've been meaning to say this to you.
My heart isn't black and blue anymore
And your words don't mean a thing
Their sung, in vain

Maybe I was wrong
I only remember feeling so alone

This isn't were I meant to lay down
But you dug this...

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    anonymous
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    Feb 9th, 2014 2:19pm report


    I think this song is about someone who just got out of a 1 way relationship (meaning she gave him love and he gave none back) and now she is saying that she is over the pain of it and that he can get lost cos she doesn't want him anymore :)
    and the 'this isn't where I lay down' blah blah 'you dug this grave for me' (or whatever the words are) thing is about her not just giving up all hope cos of him and she is strong and she is gunna move on and forget him and everything he has done to her :)

    pretty strong meaning me thinks :)



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    anonymous
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    May 25th, 2011 5:25pm report


    i think it has to do with sexual abuse



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    anonymous
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    Mar 5th, 2011 3:44am report


    I think this song is about her dad abandoning her. or someone abandoning her. or someone leaving her.




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