I wrote this from the the view point of a friend I once had. He thought he was in love and then it all went away.

Verse 1

If I could recapture, for a moment replace that moment with you, the look upon your face when our hands first entwined, and the chill up my back. The thrill of knowing you, I wish I still had that. But as quick as it came, it rushed away again. Nowhere I sit, wishing we could still be friends.

Chorus

There is a thin line between love and hate. You get so wrapped up in one that it is hard to anticipate that one day you might be looking in at the one you loved and once called friend from the other side of the thin line between love and hate.

Verse 2

Now I can’t say I’m innocent, like a man without sin. I know I played my part in the troubles that did us in. But as time passes by and perspective sets in you come to grips with the reasons that love came to it’s end. It is a crying shame that grown people have to part ways and I know down deep inside there is only one thing to say.

Chorus

There is a thin line between love and hate. You get so wrapped up in one that it is hard to anticipate that one day you might be looking in at the one you loved and once called friend from the other side of the thin line between love and hate.

Verse 3

Those days we spent together were the best days I’ve had. I know I blew it when I said I let you pack your bags. It hurts me to know there are some words you can’t take away that left us here on the other side of that line between love and hate.

Chorus

There is a thin line between love and hate. You get so wrapped up in one that it is hard to anticipate that one day you might be looking in at the one you loved and once called friend from the other side of the thin line between love and hate.

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