This is the darkest day I've seen
I can't find an opening
I've never felt this rage in me
I've never known this anger
I'm feeling like a curse
I feel like I'm getting worse
I'm bored with war and songs
Been bitter far too long
C'mon prove me wrong

Tell me I'm no loner
Tell me I'm not crazy
Or maybe just a little bit
Maybe just a little bit crazy
But mostly prove me wrong

They're up to something in my head
I can hear them taunting me
Thanks for nothing imagined friends
I can hear you laughing
I'm feeling like a hearse
Like I'm carrying dead hurt
I'm tired of being right
I'm retiring from that fight
C'mon prove me wrong

Tell me I'm no loner
Tell me I'm not crazy
Or maybe just a little bit
Maybe just a little bit crazy
But mostly prove me wrong

I'm feeling like a bomb
Like I'm screwing up my song
It's like I don't belong
No point in going on

Ha C'mon prove me wrong
Tell me I'm not crazy
Maybe just a little bit
Maybe just a little bit crazy

But mostly prove me wrong


Lyrics submitted by tgbeinlich, edited by raymasmi

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    General CommentI love this song, I don't know what it is about it. I heard it in Barnes and Noble, I bought the CD right then and there. The song is beautiful, he wants to know he's got a point to life i think, and he wants someone to tell him he's not crazy but most of all he wants someone to prove him wrong, let him know he's got a point.

    oh yeah, and GO MICHIGAN STATE!!!
    elianneon April 05, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's being stuck: angry, hurt, jaded, and wanting someone to come and show you something brighter. The verses lament all that is going wrong while the chorus is saying, I know that there is something more, so please, prove me wrong. Tell me I'm okay- prove that my perception of me and this life is wrong. Prove to me that I'm not crazy.
    EveryEmotionon October 27, 2013   Link

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