"Somebody Else" as written by Michael Maida, Jason Dunn and Daniel Biro....
If I sold this guitar and a piece of my heart for you
Would you hop on a bus and leave just because would you

Are these dreams overrated?
Running from myself

[Chorus]
I used to be somebody else
I'm holding out for a good reason
People around me, they all seem to tell me that I tend to change like the seasons
I used to be somebody else

This dream that I chose is too big for us both it's true
It hurts me the most now I feel like a ghost around you

Are these dreams overrated?
Running from myself

[Chorus]

If I sold this guitar and a piece of my heart for you
Would you hop on a bus and leave just because would you

Are these dreams overrated?
Running from myself

[Chorus: x2]

I used to be somebody else
I used to be somebody else


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"Somebody Else" as written by Jason Dunn Daniel Biro

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    General CommentThis song is basicly about how he used to to all bad thigs mabey drugs, achohol. Then one day GOD just changed his life around and he is living for GOD.
    HawkMan7722on November 04, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentWow...this song amazes me. Um, yeah, I can just imagine this song being played in a movie for some guy playing it for his girl. (he sung it, and it got recorded in a studio, and he brought the cd demo for her to listen to). Then, he can explain to her that he wrote the song for you. After the song is over, she can say "Yes"...referring to knowing that he is about to ask her if she liked the song. Instead, he's gonna say "I didn't ask u yet"...and she'll be like "What?" and he then says......."will you marry me?" Idk, i just get some weird random scenes in my head, and i use them for my books. I think this could be great though.
    kiggidykaylaon July 14, 2008   Link

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