"Bradley" as written by Bradley James Fafara, Mike Cox, Miguel Rascon and Rayna Foss....
Try to remember
Try to forget
Try to remember

Look back try to remember
That name sounds so familiar
Sue these letters are driving me crazy
They're driving me so fucking crazy
They're making me so angry

Bradley to remember
Bradley so familiar

One more year do something
Make something from nothing
Sue these letters are driving me crazy
They're driving me so fucking crazy
They're making me so angry

Mom, these letters at christmas
Are driving me crazy
I must be crazy - why?
Don't get it, I'm crazy - why?

Tried to remember what you said
Sounds so familiar what you said
My life is mine, it's mine
I'm gonna take it back

My life it's mine, it's mine
I want it back

Lyrics submitted by _XCoalChamberX_

"Bradley" as written by Miguel Rascon Bradley James Fafara

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentWell, Dez's name is really Bradley...I think it's about his childhood. He remember's "Bradley" because that's what he was called way back when (his school days). I've read that he had a really hart time in school...being an art student and looked down upon as a "drama fag". When he gets letters in the mail at Christmas, they are adressed to Bradley, who he "really" is. It takes him back to a time...
    doombunnehon September 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFuckin awesome song, back when these guys rocked.
    Muzzyon March 07, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThey still do rock. That's why I love 'em so much...they never change or comprimise anything about their music.
    dpf62984on March 09, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti like coal chamber but this song isnt what i thought it was gonna be like. its kind of crap but with respect for Dez/bradely.
    poisonhearton July 07, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe lyrics aint the best but the musics pretty awesome
    C!xloreon August 24, 2007   Link

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