When you went out on tour five years ago
You were just like us
But now that you’re back
You think you’re bigger than life
A couple of pop tunes and you think you’re better than me?
Your songs are on the radio
But what they lack is honesty
I’m talking about life here; mine not yours
You’re crying about the girl
That walked right out the door

I remember sitting up in my room
Listening to your song
Coming through in stereo
I remember when it used
To mean something to you
But now it’s hard to believe
That you mean this at all

Flashing lights up on the marquee
No tickets at the door
Kids lines up since 2 to see your show
It still makes me wonder
Why they care so much
I don’t think I’ll ever know
And all the backstage parties
The fame, the fortune
All the people you know
Am I backstage with you, or
Am I left out in the cold
All access passes and guest lists
You’re unavailable
You have forgotten about your friends

I remember sitting up in my room
Listening to your song
Coming through in stereo
I remember when it used
To mean something to you
But now it’s hard to believe
That you mean this at all

You have forgotten about your friends

I remember sitting up in my room
Listening to your song
Coming through in stereo
I remember when it used
To mean something to you
But now it’s hard to believe
That you mean this at all


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