"I Am (I'm Me)" as written by and Dee Snider....
I am, I'm me

Who are you to look down
At what I believe?
I'm on to your thinking
And how you deceive

Well, you can't abuse me
I won't stand no more
Yes, I know the reasons
Yes, I know the score

I am and I'll be
I will, you'll see
I am and I'll be
I am, I'm me

How I tried to please you
Live the way you said
Do the things that you do
Like the living dead

Then the truth it hit me
Got me off my knees
It's my life I'm living
I'll live as I please

I am and I'll be
I will, you'll see
I am and I'll be
I am, I'm me

Now's the time to stand tall
Start your life anew
Freedom lies in your heart
Now's the time for you

I am and I'll be
I will, you'll see
I am and I'll be
I am, I'm me

Can't you see? Can't you see?
I'm me, I'm me, me, me, me, me
I am, I'm me
I am, I'm me

Can't you see? Can't you see?
I'm me, I'm me, I'm me
I am, I'm me
I am, I'm me

Can't you see that I'm me?
I'm me, I'm me, look at me
I am, I'm me
I am, I'm me



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"I Am" as written by Daniel Dee Snider

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    General CommentWell, you're pretty close elisha. I'd say that he's saying that he's tried to live the way that whomever is in charge wanted him to live like, but he didn't like it, so he thinks it's only fair that he should be able to try out his way of life. This song can really connect to teenagers like me very well. I should be able to try to live like I want to, because I gave my parents' way a shot, but I don't like it.
    artix92on April 27, 2009   Link
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    General Commentman i wish wen i said this to ppl they listened to me lol
    this is a gnarly song its pretty much just about being yourself and not caring wat others think about you or your beliefs
    elisha amnesiaon May 30, 2008   Link

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