And even left alone one day
Ain't gonna change, it's not my world
Before me there's a road I know
The one I chose myself to go

Yeah, perfect forever, always clever
Should I be and I should feel
Super cool but then I am a fool
But then it's not me

And even left alone one day
Ain't gonna change, it's not my world
Before me there's a road I know
The one I chose myself to go

See, I like the evenings
Like to get hidden for quite some time
And yet, I like against my nature with ostentation
To stay alone, climb to a tree top
And keep looking skyward
No sensation, but I know that right here
For another time
Can't be who I wanna be

And even left alone one day
Ain't gonna change, it's not my world
Before me there's a road I know
The one I chose myself to go

Nights, some nights I awake to
Go out though I hate it
Look at this chemical world
Smelling like grayness, like paper love sadness
With you and me and someone else
Don't know who, wants to be
For several years
With obsession and with ostentation
Left alone a while I've seen that guy

And even left alone one day
Ain't gonna change, it's not my world
Before me there's a road I know
The one I chose myself to go


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    General CommentIt reminds of a summer few years ago.
    I think It really fits me.
    SmileAwayon March 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlistening to it i feel really happy to be given choice to be myself although the song is not so optimistic at all But if you prefer 2 b left alone that is your right even though U know that U won;'t be happy that way either I makes me think also bout how U change yourself for other people which not necessarily makes you happy and splitting up with the people is sometimes better than splittin with yourself and your attitudes and world views cause they are the ones that give you your identity in the greay crowd of people
    blueofeliaon October 03, 2006   Link

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