"Kool-Aid" as written by and Jaret Ray Reddick....
I was sitting all by myself just thinking
And know I'm lying awake in bed,
I can't forget about what you said.
I tell myself, "hey man you should know better
You've gotta act like nothings wrong
You've gotta stand up and be strong."

Don't blame me for butting in
These F'N walls are closing in
And if everything does not seem cool
It's cause I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do.

Everything's fine and I don't know why I do this to myself
I've got this thing with losing my mind
I wish I could tell you all the things I want to say
Somehow I think I will in time

I don't suppose I feel like we are sinking
It's not as bad as yesterday
And you can make everything OK.
If you start to feel like we are nowhere
I'll have the memories of you
And, you can think about me too.


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"Koolaid" as written by Jaret Ray Reddick

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    General CommentThe missing line is "I'll have the memories of you" not that anyone cares, and it's "don't blame me for butting in" Just FYI.
    BlackThunder2576on March 08, 2006   Link

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