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I met a girl who hated the world - she used her body to sell her soul
Every time they'd break her and pay - tear out her heart, and leave her in pain
I never found out how she survived all of the sadness she kept inside
I never found out how...

  1. anonymous
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    Jan 31st 2018 report

    In my opinion... This song it's about a girl that have been through a lot of shitty relationships with guys that only wanted her body... She felt very alone( she always tried to hide the fact that she is sad) ... And because of the experiences she had... She thought that no one will ever be able to love her for who she really is... So she killed herself... Without knowing that there is actually someone that cares (she never found out how much I tried-the guy that actually loved her) the price you had to pay... Is actually accepting her.. With her sadness and insecurities. That's what I think.

  2. anonymous
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    Jun 1st 2012 report

    i think this song is from a guys point of view and he is talking about a prostitute he fell in love with that cant take the pain anymore so she takes her life


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