"I Wonder" as written by and Aswad W/moore Sampson....
I’m laugin’ but you’re laughin’ at me.
And I think “oh how could this be?”
And I wonder…
If it could be the same.
If it could be the same.

I look around and I close my eyes
Just for a second and begin to cry
And I wonder…
If it could be the saaaaame…
If it could be the same.
If it could be the saa a ame
If it could be the same
It’s not a shame.

My songs, they mean things to me,
Even if you can’t see.
And I wonder
If it could be the same.
If it could be the same.

Suffocatin’ like Brian Jones.
They must be more clear…
Set me freeeeee...
Please set me free.
Please set me free e e.
Please set me free.
Please set me free.

And near the tide
Seems good to me.
But things in life, they ain’t for freeee
They ain’t for free...
They ain’t for free.

Have an urge deeper than me
To quit school and just be free
And I wonder.
If it could be the same…
If it could be the same.
If it could be the saa a ame
If it could be the same.
It’s not a shame.

I wrote a new song and no one cares.
They must be more cleeeaar.
Set me freeee.
Please set me free.
Please set me free e e
Please set me free.
Please set me free.



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    General CommentOk people, I had no idea why this wasn't ANYWHERE to be found on the internet, but I listened to the song and got the lyrics down myself. I hope they're 100% correct. Enjoy.
    knate15on February 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentNobody's commented this?
    This song is about someone who wants to write a clear picture of how he's feeling in a song, but can't quite make it clear enough. He feels stress coming from everywhere, including school and he just wants out and to be set free. I think he did something to someone he really had a thing for and wonders if what they had will still be the same after what he did.

    Hard to analyze since it's pretty personal.
    Lexie Obscuraon July 02, 2008   Link

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