"Styrofoam" as written by and Daniel Powter....
I try real folling
Relax
Sixteen are you still
I try I come back it's from cool
I fade a long weekends
Edu exboyfriend when he died
Be a long you understood

I paid bills and paid more
Isn't it an ordinary song?
Styrofoam

I don't never feel on
Like tryed it
We never left
And you come and down
I don't try be perfect
We never left
Is not so easy when you down

I'm some good
I'm some memoir
When do I believe a long?
Styrofoam
Styrofoam

I'm some good
I'm some memoir
When do I believe a long?
Styrofoam
Styrofoam
Styrofoam


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"Styrofoam" as written by Daniel Powter

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    General CommentI don't think the lyrics come close. This is my attempt:

    Drowning with the poor man
    Realize, sister, I love you still
    I'd try to come back if I could
    I fake it on the weekends.
    Annie's ex-boyfriend is alittle tired
    of being alone, misunderstood.

    I pay the bills, I paid them all
    Isn't this an ordinary song,
    Styrofoam

    I don't ever feel washed
    Like grass stains
    And I'm stone cold, whatever's left
    I'm too tied up to come on down.
    Write it down on pamphlets
    Perfect, or just perfect whatever's left
    It's not so easy when you're gone

    And some of them good,
    and some that were bad
    But I won't be using 'alone', cause I'm alone
    Styrofoam

    And some of them good,
    and some that were bad,
    But I won't be using 'alone', cause I'm alone
    Styrofoam, Styrofoam
    OrangeYpsion June 01, 2006   Link

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