Can I ask you a simple question?
Do you remember that letter I wrote you?
Back when I was 9 or 10
The one that asked you to stop polluting my fucked up world
And to give me a home that I felt like I belonged in

Oh, you never got that letter?
The one that never left my head?
Even through all the fights that we had,
What was needed to say was what we left unsaid

I wanted a home that didn't blame me for where we stood
One that didn't blame me for the long night
For the shitty neighborhoods
For the life decisions, I swore I never would
For all the success you don't have that you said that you should

Well, where in the hell did we go wrong?
(This is my letter to you, by you, to you, to you)

You went through these times living
As if the world owed you a single fucking thing
But the world has no pity to spare
And it doesn't care for your useless self suffering

I hope we can fix what we've broken
And you can lift yourself up from where you've been
Oh, I hope that someday you will understand this song,
And every word that I've said

Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

It's My Fault song meanings
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