Dating 2gether love
despite this, he does not have the guts to leave her, even though he is beginning to think it is the only way to 'save' her. she is gettig "sick and tired of all the needless beating," meaning that she has grown very ill of him constantly making her sad and confused.
needless to say, she doesn't leave, and he continues to self-loathe and feel guilty. (btw, i've always heard "pleading" rather than "pleasing"he keeps making himself (and her) incredibly upset by always insisting that she should leave him, hence the first stanza, "sometimes i cry so hard from pleading".hey everyone, i posted my (very long) interpretation of this song on a different lyrics site & didn't get any feedback, so i'll post it here & see if anyone agrees with my perspective.it is pretty long, but you won't regret it if you just keep reading.Although the specifics of her story are very different from what happened to me, the feelings she described were enough to remind me of where I was four years ago this month. She has two men who want to marry her, but she can’t decide what to do.She’s dated both of them, but the relationships have been very different. She saw things in him that she knew needed work — for both of them. There aren’t the highs and lows, but there also isn’t the magical connection.With one guy, she feels the magical connection that most of us want to feel and that a few of us have felt in a very real way. What’s more, she feels that he needs her far more than she needs him.
He’s apparently a great guy who will be a good father and husband — and he’s more financially stable — but the things she likes about him are mostly in her head, not her heart.
TJ told Dante he wanted to keep it quiet from Julian since they all know the guy is dangerous.
TJ also tells Dante that Morgan was drunk and attacked him before stealing the car.
he tells her things like "when you go, don't ever think ill make you try to stay" implying that he thinks she will evenually come to her senses and leave him.
in the same breath, he seems to be telling himself that in the event that this should happen, he would have no choice but to move on and go "off to find another way" for her own good before she "gets back" (realizes that she loves him and cannot fathom to be without him)the second verse, they seem to get in a fight over this notion. she asks him how he can do this "after all the time that you still owe" (we're supposed to have a long life together.
Life doesn’t come with convenient signposts letting us know which is the path to happiness and which is the path to misery, so we’re stuck taking blind gambles. And we frequently end up with regrets that we carry to our graves.