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My Chemical Romance: Famous Last Words Meaning


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Song Released: 2007

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Famous Last Words Lyrics

Now I know
That I can't make you stay
But where's your heart
But where's your heart
But where's your

And I know
There's nothing I can say
To change that part
To change that part
To change

So many
Bright lights they cast a...


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    Oct 24th, 2006 10:16am report

    This is one of the best songs on the new album, right, well the song is clearly about the patient coming to terms with the fact that he is going to die, but he doesn't want to die alon, now I know
    that I can't make you stay
    also the chorus makes it seem like he isn't rly going to die but he is going to live after death, am not afraid to keep on living
    i am not afraid to walk this world alone
    honey if you stay, I'll be forgiven
    nothing you could say can stop me going home
    he looks at going home as in he can get away from all of the pain and go home, to heaven where he is free...That is what I think


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    Oct 21st, 2006 10:57am report

    This is the best song ever of my chemical romance is about someone begging, please don't die or something like that

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