"am i loud enough?" as written by Amanda Mackinnon, Steven James Clark and John Mckenzie Clark....
I'm stronger now, I've been through everything and I won't go down
Nothing is bigger than me, I feel empowered
I'm shouting louder, now can you hear the sound
Just when you're not looking

Some things have changed?
They've not, you're looking back
I fought, I'm taller now
You're not, I've got you now, good shot

I know there's nothing better
There's none more super tough
Yeah, yeah, I've got the power
But am I loud enough?

This is the last time that I'll say my name
(Say my name)
I made mistakes but I am not ashamed
(Not ashamed)

Now am I loud enough? Do ya hear my name
(Hear my name)
I made mistakes but I am not ashamed
(Not ashamed)

I've come this far, feels like I'm driving in a bullet proof car
I'm going somewhere fast and that's where you are
Tell you my name and tell you that this is war
Just when you're not looking

I'm screaming loud, pierced head
Should break your bones instead
Say the same words they're kept
You thought I'd gone, not yet

I know there's nothing better
There's none more super tough
Yeah, yeah, I've got the power
But am I loud enough?
Am I loud enough?

You've got to make your own names and in your own way



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"Am I Loud Enough" as written by John Mckenzie Clark Amanda Mackinnon

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    General CommentAm I loud enough?

    A very good question. Definitely a song about being stronger than before.

    My guess is that the narrator recovered from a very traumatizing event and has returned, bigger and stronger than before.

    Fuck yeah.
    Kuyukly78on November 01, 2007   Link
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    General Comment...Upon rereading it, I think my guess may have a couple of flaws in it.

    Rather, I think the traumatizing event from before was the fault of a certain person who wished to do him harm--as revenge, perhaps, as the mistakes he mentions may imply--but now that he's recovered, he has come back to settle the score.

    He wants the person from his past to hear his name. He wants the person to know that he is no longer his pawn.

    Another possibility is that the person had controlled the narrator for a long time--blackmailing him with 'mistakes' he'd made, but now he's become stronger, uncaring of the blackmail and willing to end it there and then.

    :3
    Kuyukly78on November 01, 2007   Link

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