"Who Do You Think You Are?" as written by and Manuel/reuter Reuter....
Why can I still believe in tomorrow,
When all I have tried was just in vain
Is it worth the fight I couldn't start believing
That those feelings who died could face the pain

I don't need no diamond rings, alibis no more

[Chorus]
Who do you think you are?
Cause once again you broke my heart
I know that love went just to far
Its hard to catch a falling star
But now I finally realize,
Your a brown eyed angel in disguise
Just one step too far so tell me honestly
Who do you think you are?

You and I were on our way together
But this life passed by, these days are gone
All the tears I've cried they thought me nothing lasts forever
I been blind for just too long

Cause I don't need no diamond rings,alibis no more

[Chorus]

Who do you think you are?


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"Who Do You Think You Are" as written by Yann Peifer Manuel Reuter

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    General CommentI think this song is pretty obvious, but I'll write about it anyway. It fits my love life to a certain degree. I think this is about some boy that the narrator was in love with but he somehow hurt her (in my case, a womanizer). Now she's angry and wants to know why he did that to her. But the line "you're a brown-eyed angel in disguise" is also a little befuddling because it seems so nice to say after someone has hurt her. But this could mean that he showed her that there are better things than him out there for her; he showed her what she DOESN'T want in a man. Just a possibility. All I can say is that it definitely relates to my life at one point.
    arejay4on November 29, 2009   Link

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