Quirky. One is left feeling the twist and questioning the truth in the fact that he is very bothered. 'Don't believe me' jars with the previous stanza's effect on us, we feel he is sorry, this character, but at the end, one is left with the possibilty of hatred having been the motive. Bizarre.
This is lovely is weaves together human experience for us all, his closer to home experiences count for as much as the romantic ones he describes. Very tender and inspiring. Again I feel why it works is that it appeals to us all we've had not dissimilarly evreyday experiences that have enriched us, and I guess we end up reflecting on the title that what did they do to us?
Yep, this one resonated with me.