"A Lesson Learned" as written by William Frederick Durst, Leor Dimant, Wesley Louden Borland, John Everett Otto and Samuel Robert Rivers....
This pain in my stomach won't go away. I assume this is punishment from all
The mistakes I've made. In a world where my actions speak louder than words.
In a world where my actions speak louder than words I know more people than
Ever before. One lesson I've learned from it all. Fortune and fame are
Disguised as your friend 'cause I'm lonlier now than I've ever been.... and to
Everyone who takes the time read my lyrics I would to say that my life is
Seen through by my eyes only, but I open myself to you so that we can
Communicate on a level that only human beings like yourself can comprehend.
We are a breed apart from the rest of the cold world. We get it. We are real.
Your vision is all that matters. Let nothing get in your way. I hope that
None of you experience certain things that I have, but at the same time I
Want everyone to experience life because that's all we get....i
Understand....express yourself through me....and drift away. Limp Bizkit is
NOTHING without you...


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"A Lesson Learned" as written by Leor Dimant John Everett Otto

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    General Commentwow......
    moserfugger-helenon July 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentfortune and fame are disguised as your friend, not dissted, whatever that is supposed to mean
    rainbowbrite65on August 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentlol i know rilly..... this song is really deep and true...which is a change from Lbs newer stuff this is the song i listen to whenever im depressed
    loser girlon May 13, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this means that he's saying that he's met so many people, that he's made mistakes, and he's learned that fortune and fame are disguised as your friends, but they won't stick around like a true friend would. That's just how I see it, anyway. It's a good song to listen to if you're upset; it calms you down.
    Kilanekaon September 14, 2007   Link

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