"Reminded" as written by and David W Mead....
Down too long like I was before
And I've never thought I'd see the day
Can't be wrong 'cause I know the score
And I guess there is no other way

Reminded of you

There it is all in black and white
And it looks like that's the way it goes
Doesn't matter if it's wrong or right
'Cause by now I'm sure that I know

Never felt so undecided
Everything I've ever had has been taken away
Little boy so scared and frightened
All of the things that have happened
I'm surely to blame

Accept your fate then you'll be well
But the truth is that it never ends
You can say that you've been through hell
But you'll always lose another friend

Never felt so unimportant
Everything I've ever said has been taken in vain
Little girl so scared and frightened
All of the things that I do are still
Subject to change

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"Reminded" as written by David W Mead


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    General CommentNo one commented on this song? I really like it.

    It's probably about a guy in a relationship with a girl. He's too blind to see their failing relationship so he'd "never thought'd he see the day" and after they're relation is split, he is reminded of her.

    Then he goes into this state of depression: feeling undecided, feeling everything's been taken away and he feels like a little boy, scared and frightened.

    Then he talks about after you've gotten over the depression, you've learned through the experience. But he still can't get over it.

    I don't know if thats what it really means but this is how I see it
    anonymouspunk2on July 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSong means that we always have someone to remind
    Great song really
    azrawon April 04, 2008   Link

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