"Why Not Me" as written by Sharon J. Den Adel and Robert Westerholt....
I know you're going away
I take my love into another day
In my thoughts you're with me
I fell in love with your ways

I know you're going away
Lead my heart into a daze
I know you're going away
Leaves a void in my heart and soul
Wherever you are
Whatever you do
I feel the walls surrounding you

Wherever you are
Whatever you do
I know you are independent
But I'm trying to get through to you

Wherever you are
Whatever you do
Don't you know, it depends on you


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"Why Not Me" as written by Sharon J. Den Adel Robert Westerholt

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    General Commentepic intro into the concept album
    horrorfestloveron September 18, 2011   Link
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    General CommentNo interpretations? Dang, this was the story of my life. It's about loving someone who doesn't return the honor. And it's about losing him/her. I was crazy about my best friend my senior year in high school. He was the state champion in wrestling and the captain of the football team. He was also very bright, which seemed unusual for star athletes. We were almost inseperable...until he got a girlfriend. I was floored. He had even taken me to prom. My world fell apart for what seemed forever. The irony is that years later (while in college) I returned home one Christmas to find him standing in my house talking with my father...with a gold necklace in his hand (a love knot pendant). He wanted to date me, only by then I had my first true love waiting back at college. The timing was off, only this time he was the one feeling left out in the cold. It's a good song...very simple but poignant.
    wholelottawomanon January 08, 2012   Link

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