Always the one with a face on
Always the one with never enough
He was the boy that broke your trust
Because he was never around enough
We sit around and hear these stories
Wishing we were somewhere else
How I wish that I could find the words to save this

My so called friend
My so called friend
When will we see you again

I was the one with the face on
I was the one with never enough
I was the boy that broke your trust
Because I was never around enough
I sit around and tell these stories
Wishing I was somewhere else
Oh how I wish I found the words to save this

My so called friend
My so called friend

I wish I found the words to save this
I'm pushing it out, out
Find the words to save this
I'm pushing it out, out, out

My so called friend
My so called friend
When will we see you again

My so called friend
My so called friend
When will we see you again
When will we see you again




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An Open Letter To Myself song meanings
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    General CommentInterview with Sam about this song

    SS: ‘An Open Letter To Myself’ is obviously a very personal song, but can you talk me through the story behind it?

    Sam: Yeah, I wrote it and essentially it’s a letter to me from my friends. When I’m on tour it’s difficult to keep up relationships with friends so ‘An Open Letter...’ was everything that I wanted to write for them just for them to understand how I felt as well as saying how they felt. Summing it up in a song and sort of switching it around. They’ve all heard it and think the song’s cool so I think it’s served its purpose.
    wellineveron January 18, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIf you like this song, then check out THE DAY WILL COME!....

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    tommybearshareon March 10, 2011   Link

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