"Come Again" as written by Casey Marshall, Gavin Brown and Ian Thornley....
As a child I found myself alone
Always walking in defense
Here they come again
All I want to do was just get home
But I'm pinned to the fence
But here they come again

I walked home all alone

All this and more
All this and more

I guess this is living
Would you come again?
Could you come again?
I never quite feel right
But I come again
Would you come again?

Yes I've become a rock and roll cliché
Because I 'm looking for revenge
And here they come again

I still walk home alone

All this and more
All this and more

I guess this is living
Would you come again?
Could you come again?
I never quite feel right
But I come again
Would you come again?

All this and more
All this and more

I guess this is living
Would you come again?
Could you come again?
I never quite feel right
But I come again
Could you come again?

I guess this is living
Would you come again?
Could you come again?
You never quite feel right
But you come again
Would you come again?


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"Come Again" as written by Gavin Brown Casey Marshall

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    General Commentits about life in general. would u come again if u had the chance. would u live another life basically. all the shit that we see and hear. the sadness that we experience. would u come again?
    Jebez Kripeson October 24, 2008   Link
  • +1
    My OpinionI agree with redcoral as well...and I love the melody changes of this song. You can really feel Ian's emotion.
    jaykeMURDon May 21, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat rock song. I got the impression that it might be an authobiographical song about Ian. He was an odd kid growing up, being picked on, then growing up to be a rock star. He still has the same childhood insecurities of not fitting in, and questioning the fans if they'll "come again" to his shows so he can live this life.
    redcoralon August 27, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah, redcoral is prolly right...but that still doesnt make sence of the chorus..es... great song, never gets old. i dont know how anyone gets 'addictive relationship' out of this :S
    goatman_48on September 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAlright so I have heard what this song is about from Ian's own mouth, during an interview at 102.1 the edge, in Toronto. Quick facts: Ian grew up in the Adelaide st area in the city of Toronto. Still lives in that area to this day. He doesn't have a license, as all he needs is within walking distance.

    So this song is about Ian being picked on as he walked alone to school every day in the Adelaide st area in Toronto. It made him tougher and he would welcome them to come again, as he would never take a different path. He would take the same path daily, knowing these guys would be there to pick on him. It made him tougher and now he feels like a rock and roll cliché because he has written a song about it, almost as an in your face revenge. redcoral was close!
    Ticalionstalynon February 05, 2017   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis song is about his relationship with something. Not a good relationship either, (like alcohol or drugs or something). He uses this to fill his void, even though he knows it isn't right, but he doesn't want to stop either.
    SuZon October 25, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General Commentaddictive relationship..
    rtilon January 14, 2005   Link

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