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Far Too Young To Die Lyrics

I've never so adored you
I'm twisting allegories now
I want to complicate you
Don't let me do this to myself

I'm chasing roller coasters
I've got to have you closer now

Endless romantic stories
You never could control me


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    Jul 16th, 2015 7:26am report

    This one is actually pretty easy.

    It is talking about an unhealthy relationship. In the first verse he talks about how he is deeply in love with this girl and is trying to tell himself it is more than it is. He wants to complicate her. He is twisting allegories (a symbol through physical meaning, like a pendant as a symbol for their love).

    Im chasing rollercoasters. He knows that their relationship is a peak and low type of relationship. He is currently trying to keep her close so is either at bottom or the top.

    Now it switches to the girls perspective. She admits she was too wild to control, kind of like a rollercoaster.

    Switch back to the guy for the chorus. He knows that its over and her coming is sealing it. The crown is a symbol for his burden of control which has evaded his grasp. Give me one last kiss because our relationship is over.

    He is fixated on her to the point of psychosis. He has anxiety over her because of how wild their relationship is. He wanted their love to be like a story and she replies you never could control me again.

    Repeat the chorus.


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    Jan 12th, 2017 1:20am report

    In my opinion it's about a desperate person that thinks suicide it's the only option to his problems but do not really want to die so it's almost begging the other to help him: "Don't let me do this to myself, I'm far to young to die"


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    Apr 30th, 2017 4:05pm report

    I think this song is about Ryan Ross
    You know why


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    Jan 8th, 2020 1:00pm report

    So my interpretation of this song is that the first four lines are from the guys perspective and he is madly in love with this girl but he is like scared to admit it. Then the next two lines are either him singing to past lovers or the girl's perspective. The chorus is the guy surprised that she showed up like he thought she'd play him. And the line "give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die" makes me think they are in the "honeymoon phase" of a relationship and the guy wants to just enjoy the happiness before the relationship becomes like serious and painful and hard as well. I guess like before they reach the "downs" of a relationship. I think the second verse is his confusion about whether or not he is in love or in love with the idea of love. I have no idea if any of that makes sense or is true but it's what I think the song means.


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    Oct 13th, 2019 10:55pm report

    I think that the song is about wanting to experience something more than what is happening, yet being drawn back my fierce scarceness.
    "Never really thought that you'd come tonight"
    is him not knowing the fate as is while
    "one last kiss"
    is the sealed ending of the reality ending for the both of them
    just my interpretation
    not official lol


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    May 8th, 2018 5:09pm report

    It's totally about brallon


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    Dec 24th, 2014 12:51am report

    This song sounds like its about someone who's deeply in love with someone else, and the chorus makes the song sound like its about taking risks while growing up.

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