Blinded
HAUS Lyrics


I can't see take the blind fold
There is no room on high horse
My body's is young but my mind old
No regrets guilt or remorse

Don't be last, leave the past
Never take me back,
Skip the aftermath,
We'll take what's ours
What's rightfully is ours
Sip sip light up
We're on our way

i've been blinded
I've been blinded
Where did she go?
She's been blinded
She's been blinded
A Little did she know

My first thought told me
To lead the way
My second thought told me
Not to stay, not to stay

Don't be last, leave the past
Never take me back,
Skip the aftermath,
We'll take what's ours
What's rightfully is ours
Sip sip light up
We're on our way

I've been blinded
I've been blinded
Where did she go?
She's been blinded
She's been blinded
A Little did she know

Send me down slow
Send me down slow
Send me down slow

I've been blinded
I've been blinded
Where did she go?
She's been blinded
She's been blinded
A Little did she know

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호들

I was young, but I wasn't naive
I watched helpless as you turned around to leave
And still I have the pain I have to carry
A past so deep that even you could not bury if you tried

After all this time
I never thought we'd be here
Never thought we'd be here
When my love for you was blind
But I couldn't make you see it

Couldn't make you see it
That I loved you more than you'll ever know
And part of me died when I let you go
I would fall asleep only in hopes of dreaming
That everything would be like it was before
But nights like this it seems are slowly fleeting

They disappear as reality is crashing to the floor

After all this time
I never thought we'd be here
Never thought we'd be here
When my love for you was blind
But I couldn't make you see it
Couldn't make you see it

That I loved you more than you'll ever know
And part of me died when I let you go

After all this why would you ever wanna leave?
Maybe you could not believe it that my love for you was blind
But I couldn't make you see it
Couldn't make you see it
That I loved you more than you'll ever know
And part of me died when I let you go
That I loved you more than you'll ever know
And part of me died when I let you go



All comments from YouTube:

Sean obrian

Isn’t it ironic? We ignore those who adore us, adore those who ignore us, hurt those who love us and love those who hurt us.

Milan Mendoza

Very well said sir 👌👍👍

Andrae Angelu Adovo

Accurate asf

Maegan Tillson

Yes very

three kids with honey

I agree and I dont know why I keep doing it
Hurting yourself by loving someone whos hurting you
Im started doubting about love
These days hahahaha

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WarNekoMeow

A lot of the comments on this song is about love-life relationships and parental stuff, but I really do see this song completely different. For me it's not about love gone wrong. It's about the guilt of love gone unexpressed. I had a very rough time in my teenage years with family life. My parents were going through a divorce, I was already lost and distraught before that even started, so it multiplied it exponentially. While I went through all the pain that followed, I always went to my grandmother to feel better. Just being with her turned a bad day into a good one. I'd fall asleep in her chair while she told me jokes and laughed for hours, holding back her own feelings to show me love in a time when I experienced complete hatred, distrust and alcoholism in my immediate family. I rode my bike 2 miles every day just to experience that relief and warmth of being loved that she showed me unconditionally. And for years I ran to her every single day to feel better while my world was crashing around me. When I got older I started running away from my life and hometown, and in the chaos of disappearing she got breast cancer and died shortly after. I barely made it home in time, and all I got to see was her die before I could say the million things I had bottled in my heart. And in all the horrible things I witnessed growing up, all the things that completely damaged and ruined my outlook on life, seeing her pass was the hardest and realist pain I've ever experienced. And 10 years later I still have my nights were I can't get past it. I can't sleep, I can't eat, I can't think straight. I was completely blind, not understanding the pain she swallowed every day to show me love when I needed it so badly. A part of me absolutely died when I accepted she was gone. I never got to tell her that every good part of the mess of who I am was because of what she did for me when I needed it the most. I never got to tell her, I just took it for granted until it was too late. I loved her more than she'll ever know. I love you, I miss you so much it hurts the essence of my being, and I'm so incredibly sorry I was blind to what you were doing. I'm so sorry I choked on my words, I'm sorry that I could only stand there screaming in my head when all I had to say was that I loved you, but for some reason I just couldn't because I knew it was goodbye and I refused to believe it. But I loved you more than you'll ever know.

Anonymous

I think this is one of the most beautiful and heartfelt things I’ve ever read. Thank you for sharing it. I wish more people (especially men) could be open about the deep feelings they had during a difficult time. Pain is kind of ironic: it is ugly when it’s right in your face, but with time it undergoes a kind of metamorphosis….and emerges as something beautiful, wise, comforting, and uplifting—both to ourselves, and to others that we share it with. Suffering is universal, and it’s good to be reminded that we aren’t alone in it. 🧡❤️‍🩹❤️

ETHEL MARIE TOLEDO ILAO-KO

❤️❤️❤️

Anthony

She knows now and I’m sure she knew then. She’d want you to live life and not wake up one day and be blind that there is still so much beauty out there for you.

B Mo

My Grand parents died when I was an infant. I never got to experience that and I kind of evi people who can...

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