"Blame It On Yourself" as written by Adam L. Schlesinger, Andy Chase and Dominique Durand....
I saw you walk into the store
Just as I was leaving.
I don't know why it should matter.
It's history repeating.
I heard my name ring out through the air.
I jumped onto the last bus.
I'm looking back, you're fixing your hair.
There's nothing left between us.

Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.

Through the streets and down the hill.
I stared out the window.
Underneath I started to feel
Something had finally let go.
Round the corner and to the end.
I put my feet on the pavement.
And for a moment I'm back again
Remembering what you once meant.

Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.

I wonder how it's gonna feel
To mean nothing more to anyone.

Round the corner and to the end.
I put my feet on the pavement.
And for a moment I'm back again
Remembering what you once meant.

Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.
Blame it on, blame it on yourself.



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"Blame It on Yourself" as written by Andy Chase Adam L. Schlesinger

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    General CommentWow... no one commented yet D:
    Well I believe that this song is about a girl who just moved on from her horrible break up with her ex & now she's moved on, but then one day BAM! She sees him randomly as she was leaving a store. She felt a weird sense of deja vu (they prolly met this way) & panicked, she ran for the bus. When she looked back she sees her ex fixing his hair (I have a few theories about this... LOL)
    Then as she's in the bus, she started to daydream about the past when she wasn't as lonely, but the even as she's daydreaming, she already knew that her ex is a stuck up son of a _____.
    Then Ivy talks about wondering how it would feel if she means nothing more to anyone. I'm guessing this is pretty much her saying she's wondering how easy her life would be if she meant nothing to her ex & if her ex meant nothing to her.
    Or she could be saying that she feels so lonely & she feels as if so many people are important to her, yet she's nobody important to anyone xD
    She then finishes the song by telling her ex that it's all his fault... or she could also be talking about herself & how she blames herself because she believes that it's her fault that they broke up.
    wheeon June 13, 2009   Link

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