I thought you were my good friend
But now I'm hanging on the fringe
And you're bringing me down
I called you up to fill you in
But all you did was sit and listen
Then you wrote me the letter
In your mom and dad's deep blue mg
You strung me out and set me free
Not counting all the times I sat and ridiculed
You wrote the book
And sold the delivery so well
Behind your sweaters on the shelf
When I look back now it seems so obvious
You had a heart above all your eyes
You had a notebook full of fear
And fear was keeping you inside
A heart above all your eyes
And I was so amazed when I thought
I saw you smile with confidence
Hey I will never forget you
You meant a lot to me
You constantly remind me of someone
Trying to get high on life
Psycho norman's all alone
Sitting in the kitchen by the telephone
It just won't ring he can't believe
It's not the way it's suppose to be
You thought I liked being depressed
Maybe I'll just suppress it all
Maybe I'll take you apart and put you back alive


(chorus)

Picked it up on the front porch
Did not know what it was for
Bus number 36
I sat all mixed up with stupidity
Was I free or could I know
The notebook failed to exist
The night you kissed me on the beach
It all just seemed so out of reach
The tide goes in and out each day
Some things are easy to explain
But I read the book at least a thousand times
You wrote the book
And sold the delivery so well
Behind your sweaters on the shelf
When I look back well it seems so obvious


(chorus)


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

Confidence song meanings
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