"In the Cold" as written by William Zachary Neal Davis, Brett M Jones, Jason Pavilanis and Adam Reiter....
i’ve been crying all night alone wishing you were here with me it’s not the same without you i try move on around you it’s still not quite the same why did you have to change my life’s an endless nightmare running hopeless nowhere you’ve cut an open wound why did we end so soon left out in the cold i no longer see the way you do why did we end so soon stories left untold i cannot change to be the way you are i’ve been crying all night alone wishing you were here with me dying cause you’re not here The night’s so dark without you I lie awake and dream about you but still you’re never there did you ever care i often think about you where will life go without you down this lonely road i’ll cross it on my own left out in the cold


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    General Commentthis song reminds me of this guy, jody. last summer we meant everything to each other but now, a year later, his feelings have totally changed. what sucks is mine are still exactly the same. he has this new girlfriend now and i feel so "left out in the cold"
    summerstarson July 21, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthat sucks so badly. i can relate to the song a little. "why did you have to change?" that hurts. it explains everytime your boy/girlfriend breaks up with you... for me it was a boy named jon... i often think about him, where will life go without him? down this lonely road... i know i'll cross it on my own.
    emotionalrejecton August 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is the story of my life :/
    inflictedon June 14, 2003   Link
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    General Commentooooooi it makes me wanna cry
    xxAtYourFuneralon June 19, 2003   Link

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