"Still Knee Deep" as written by Dennis Steven Jagard, Steven Thomas Carnan, Tony Palermo and Glen Alexander Murray....
Dad can you turn the TV down?
This won't take long,
I've got something to say,
don't pour a drink you've had enough,
and when I'm done I'll get out of your way,
It's time to talk about it,
We've been living in denial,
It's time to have it out,
Still knee deep in shit,
I guess I should get over it,
It seems that nothing will hide the scar,
I thought I didn't care to know that you were never there,
I guess I always felt you were so far,
I worked so hard to win your trust to earn respect,
To get you to notice me,
I won the game I won the race,
I had to be the best a room full of hollow trophies,
I guess I did it for you,
I don't think you ever noticed,
I did it all for you,
Both feet on the ground,
I wish you would calm down,
I wish you would remember just who you really are,
and I cannot forget you left me all alone,
Never bothered to pick up the phone,
I guess I'll hit the bar,
There's nothing you can say to make it go away,
There's nothing you can do I don't rely on you,
I thought that we could talk I thought I could forgive,
I thought that we could mend the fences


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"Still Knee Deep" as written by Glen Alexander Murray Dennis Steven Jagard

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    General Commentat the end, he sings something that sounds like "so my son walks into this room." can anyone hear what this line really is?
    nadinegon April 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI never noticed that. Well I got my sn from this song, and it is a really good one. I think it's about a guy's relationship with his father who was never there, and so this guy has grown up trying to impress him and he never notices or cares and eventually the guy just breaks down because of it.
    still-knee-deepon June 01, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI tried to forget
    I tried to move on
    I'm trying to make a change
    so my son won't sing this song
    MyTalkSHOWon April 05, 2011   Link

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