"In My Room" as written by and Albert Hammond Jr.....
What's the use of all this talking
I can hear you as you walk away
Your in my room
That's where I'll be
In my room

After all you're so excited
By all the (?) you get invited to
But now I know you mustn't change
I won't go back
'Cause you don't want me

[Chorus]
I miss you already
I miss you already
You see, it all got so heavy
I miss you already

I'm so afraid
That I wake up
All alone with the door shut
In my room
There's where I'll be
In my room
She's in my room

[Chorus]


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"In My Room" as written by Albert Jr Hammond

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    General CommentI guess this is about maybe a girl that he liked is getting ready to leave because all these other guys want her but he doesnt want her to go because he likes her already and just thinking about it he already misses her
    thenyouwokeupon July 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI have to agree with thenyouwokeup here, it seems like he really really liked a girl who turned out to be a total slut and it, in a way, makes him sad and angry that he begins to miss the idea of her. Or maybe he was with her in the beginning, literally or not. either way, cool song.
    spartan789013on July 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI thenyouwokeup really summed it up. It's about a guy who likes a girl/is with the girl and he's telling her you don't need to talk cause I get it, you're walking away from me (literally). and he insults her about how the other guys are after her to try to make it easier for her to leave. but really, he misses her already and maybe she's not even out the door yet.

    I can relate to this song.. :[ boo hoo
    elementarypenguinon July 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commentouchhh =(
    Gimaon September 21, 2008   Link

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