#1
Hey guys I just wrote this song and I wondered if anybody could help me with the lyrics at all. I've already written the music for it so thats not an issue. It has grunge riffs but with Slayer shredding. Well here it is its about a student who likes his teacher. Yet he says that he loves her even though he doesn't know what love is. It just represents how people use that word in schools when they don't even know what it means.


Love?

I was in denial always in denial
Always dreamin always in disgrace
I wanted you to be my pedophile
My little lie
My source to cry
But all you do is deny meee

I think I loved ya
truly loved ya
I think I loved ya
Secretly loved ya
I know I loved ya
truly loved ya
I think I loved yaaaaaa
Secretly

I sat with a smile always with a smile
Always hoping always in the race
I wanted to be the owner of your heart
My little girl
In our own world
Beautiful woman hiding in those curlllssss

Don't ya want me
Don't ya need me
Why did this all fall apart
Don't ya kiss me
Don't ya miss me
don't you even wanna try

I was in denial always in denial
Always dreamin always in disgrace
I wanted you to be my pedophile
My little lie
My source to cry
But all you do is deny meee
I sat with a smile always with a smile
Always hoping always in the race
I wanted to be the owner of your heart
My little girl
In our own world
Beautiful woman hiding in those curlllssss
Beautiful currrrllllssss

I think I loved ya
truly loved ya
I think I loved ya
Secretly loved ya
KNOW THAT I LOVED YA
KNOW THAT I LOVED YA
THINK THAT I LOVED YA
THINK THAT I LOVED YA
SECRETLY LOVED YA
SECRETLY LOVED YA
KNOW THAT I LOVED YA
KNOW THAT I LOVED YAAAAAAAAAAA

Please leave any comments, questions or changes.
Thanks for the help.
#2
There's a Strapping Young Lad song by the exact same title, question mark and everything.
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#4
I dunno, you say "be my pedophile," that's a bit of an eye-opening word, I think you should involve that in the title somewhere.
Also, just because somebody else has a song like that doesn't mean you can't. It's just not common. Love is a little generic, though.