"Fake" as written by Tommy Stewart, Pete Murray, Neil Matthew Godfrey and John L. Fahnestock....
This gets to me a little more than it should
But I still remember
Every word you said
I guess it pays to be someone
And it's okay to step on everyone

You think you are so much better
But this road you're on won't last forever

I made it this far, I made it without you
But I don't have all the answers
Like you do
I guess it pays to be someone
And it's okay to step on everyone

If I listened to you
I'd be running away from this
There's only so much more of this I can take
So fake, so fake you are

You think you are so much better
But this road you're on won't last forever


Lyrics submitted by The-Sink

"Fake" as written by Donovan Stewart Andrew Bradford

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    General Commenthope those lyrics are accurate
    The-Sinkon October 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthey are
    toolapcon December 20, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about a speaker addressing somebody who lives their lives in a fake manner. The speaker suggests that the other person thinks they have "all the answers" and that they "step on everyone." Basically, the other person appears to be almost self-righteous, while at the same time living a life where they aren't actually being themselves. Like a lot of Lo-Pro songs, I kind of get the feeling that it was written for an ex.
    exnihiloon July 19, 2009   Link

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