I find that one of the biggest reasons happy people who have everything in common break up is because they finally realize that they don’t have everything in common. We’re all individual beings after all and to base the substance of any relationship on being able to agree with someone about everything means that you don’t get to test the threshold of the tolerance between the two, you don’t get to test the flexibility nor the respect you have towards each other when not in agreement… until you’re in too deep.
Open up your eyes
You keep on crying, baby I’ll bleed you dry
Skies are blinking at me
I see a storm bubbling up from the sea
You shimmy-shook my boat
Leavin’ me stranded all in love on my own
You know those four-five seconds when you’re wilding and want to run your head into the wall cos you tuned in just to catch the last ten seconds of that number you like? You ask yourself; Why the hell didn’t I tune in sooner? Much like when you realize something, you just can’t help but wish you had realized it sooner.
I myself have dated people who I thought I had so much in common with but it all ended. In fact supergirl is the only girl I’ve went into a relationship with knowing very well that I only had a few fundamentals in common with, otherwise, she and I are very different, which is good for everyone else because that means it’s very hard for us to be annoying as a couple, we balance each other out, when she wants to breakup, I wanna make up, when I wanna breakup, she wants to make up, she likes her marshmallows pink, I prefer mine white…
It’s not about how happy they make you, it’s not about how in love you are, it’s about how you handle each other’s differences…
You were sorta punk rock, I grew up on hip hop
But you fit me better than my favourite sweater
And I know, That love is mean
And love hurts