I said what is that your saying today
The exact opposite of yesterday
Its funny how things can change
And your mind gets rearrange
Tell me what should I do
Tell me what should I say
Is there even time for change
Is it just one following another
When I look your way
I don't know what to say
Cause you change your style almost everyday
Its funny the way things went down
Cause your the one who's still stuck in this town
Tell me what should I do
Tell me what should I say
Is there even time for change
Is it just one following another


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    A good song, it shows how what people say is only as good as the person

    Locuston December 03, 2001   Link
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    Not Mest's best song, but a good message to it. Don't change yourself to be someone else just because its "normal" or "popular"; people can tell how fake u are if u do that

    .one.last.try.on May 05, 2002   Link
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    yeah this song reminds me of the people i used to want to be like because i thought they were "cool" but now i just think they're stupid to try so hard. mest is so full of good songs!

    UnwrittenMestUpGurlyon July 26, 2002   Link
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    mest kicks ass..... nuf said

    skim2livon August 18, 2002   Link
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    this song is about a couple of things a poser someone who is a friend and is following a crowd and everything they say and a nobody follower

    noschoolspirit7on September 28, 2002   Link

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