"face in the hall" as written by Robert S. Nevil, Matthew Gerrard and Nathaniel Marvin Wolff....
My love, we don't got each other
So I'd run for cover, run for cover
I feel better knowin' it's all over
And I'm free to be who I wanna be

You make somethin' just turn into nothin'
That's what you do, what you always do
Just blendin' in, I know it's a sin
But I'm forgettin' you, forgettin' you

You used to mean so much
But everything has changed
You had your chance
Now watch it fade away

Just a face in the hall
You used to mean it all to me
Just a face in the hall
Now it's all gone you see

Time's a pain, now soon to be over
And the girl I knew, well I don't even know her
And what we had is thrown away
And all my demons were kept to play

You used to mean so much
But everything has changed
You had your chance
Now watch it fade away

Just a face in the hall
You used to mean it all to me
Just a face in the hall
Now it's all gone you see
Just a face in the hall
The place dead and an awkward calm

I wasn't able to say this to you
That's why I wrote this song
After all that we've been through
It's better that you're gone
Gone, gone, gone, gone, gone, gone

You used to mean so much
But everything has changed
You had your chance
Now watch it fade away

Just a face in the
Just a face in the hall
You used to mean it all to me
Just a face in the hall
Now it's all gone you see
Just a face in the hall

You used to mean it all to me
Just a face in the hall
The place dead and an awkward calm

Just a face in the
Just a face in the
Just a face in the hall



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"Face in the Hall" as written by Robbie Nevil Matthew Gerrard

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, KAREN SCHAUBEN PUBLISHING ADMINISTRATION

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    My OpinionThis song blew me away for the artists that it's coming from. I love the NBB, but this has a more mature angle on it. It's different from my past favorites like Crazy Car, Sometimes I'll Be There and Tall Girls, Short Girls... You. It's like with every album and season of the show, you hear them mature, and I love it. I think it's about a break up. She changed and isn't the girl he used to know and care so much about so now she's just a face in the hall and their relationships gone.
    Prowler Kidon March 01, 2009   Link

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