"Shame On Me" as written by and Savan/cabrera Kotecha....
Passing information,
Now I'm waiting at the station for the train
Fools that threw their mouths about with nothing more to do than pass the blame
Seems there isn't any reason to remain, yeah
Second, third and fourth hand words their twisted lips spit out the same old lies
On and on the grapevine gathers, anyone who needs that kind of high
Those whose tired little lies ain't worth the time, yeah

And it's shame on me, if it's all the same to you
All the time I see someone try to put the blame on me

Passing information, now I'm waiting at the station for the same old train


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"Shame on Me" as written by Savan Kotecha Ryan Cabrera

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    My InterpretationIt sounds to me like the protagonist lives in a small town full of judgmental gossipers, and he is leaving for a more inclusive anonymous big city (hence "waiting for the train/no reason to remain" etc. I listened to and identified with this song a lot when I was 16 and moved away from my hometown for that exact reason.
    jan9206on January 10, 2015   Link

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