"I Realize" as written by Megan Mccauley and Bob Marlette....
Everyone I thought I count on, has let me die.
Everyone I thought I could lean on, Has made me cry.
Everytime I close my eyes there's nothing there.
Feeling empty is all I have left, There's nothing else to bare.

And I realize, that I've lost my mind.
And I realize, that I am the lie.
It's over, my time to shine.
I'm already dead, so why can't I die.

Everything I thought I could see, has disappeared.
Everything I thought I could be, Has been drown by fear.
Somehow it seems all I can do, is sit and stare.
Somehow nothing good seems to last, or was it ever there?

And I realize, that I've lost my mind.
And I realize, that I am the lie.
It's over, my time to shine.
I'm already dead, so why can't I die.

Somehow it seems all I can do, is sit and stare.
Somehow nothing good seems to last...

And I realize, that I've lost my mind.
And I realize, that I am the lie.
It's over, my time to shine.
I'm already dead, so why can't I...

Realize, that I've lost my mind.
I'm already dead, so why can't I die



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"I Realize" as written by Megan Mccauley Bob Marlette

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    General Commenthow friends have let her down. this song is about abandonment. Feeling isolated and forgotten and helpless. Doesn't know herself anymore. Self doubt?

    And I realize, that I've lost my mind.
    And I realize, that I am the lie.
    Faerytotheworldon May 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe this song has so few comments...it's one of my favorites. It reminds me of a story I'm writing...but then again, almost every song does.

    It's about losing faith in the people you trust. It seems like she's been betrayed, and now she doesn't know herself anymore because everything that she believed in turned out to be a lie.
    virago_15on April 30, 2008   Link

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