I've lost all words to say, driving everyone away
Am I really all that bad, or am I going mad?
I'm a face from yesterday, I'm always in the way
Hiding all my pain, it's driving me insane

If you feel this way, each and every day
There's got to be something more
You want your life to change, something's got to change
To live for something more

No one ever calls, you're sick of it all
Your friends don't come around, they all let you down
What's gotten into you? There's nothing you can do
To make it all seem right, so why put up a fight?

If you feel this way, each and every day
There's got to be something more
You want your life to change, something's got to change
To live for something more


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Something More Lyrics as written by Daniel Joseph Mcfarland Anthony E. Lannutti

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    this is def. my song...well, I think this song means that you are feeling sad and going thru pain but u keep it inside and try to hide it from everyone and in the process, u r pushing your friends away and now u want to change what u have done

    elscorcho37on June 16, 2002   Link
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    This song is sad yet it teaches a very valuable lesson lol im your mom lol jk well it talks about being sad and all of that stuff and yea everyone feels that way at times but its saying you feel that way cuz your not living for something more.. if you want your life to change live for something more than just the world! sounds corny but live for God!

    BrokenPunk244on September 01, 2002   Link

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