As I reach for her hand slowly and intimately direct my gaze into hers. And see what proceeds... women, what are the possibilities of something good coming out of this? Suggestions?
Most Helpful Girl
I know you have good intentions, but... don't do that. It likely will not go the way you think it will. @meowcow is right in that she might care about you, but wanting to be in a relationship and seeing a future with you can be a different story. You do need to know why she broke up with you, if you're still interested in having her back. A song won't fix things.
The only way to move forward is to figure out what the issue was and address it with her, or move on if it's not possible. So, rather than playing a song, maybe a discussion would be more fruitful. Good luck, and hope it works out, one way or another.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Guy
That just sounds corny and stupid.
You haven't actually figured out why she broke up with you. Until you figure this out, playing a stupid song isn't going to get her back. Caring for you does not equate to wanting you in a relationship. She may have determined that you are a number of things that she doesn't want in a man. That doesn't mean she hates you. It just means she sees no future with you, which is the reason she broke up with you.
Think about it...
If she broke up with you because you were (any of the following):
- Too imature
- Lazy, unmotivated, no ambition
- Play too much video games
- No job, no money
- Doesn't like certain personality issues you have
Would playing a song convince her to come back? She'd only realize her mistake a couple days later when she is reminded of the reason she left... and leave again.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE