I know you didn't call, but maybe you wanted to
You probably figured so what,
it's late and we can fight another night
I miss you a ton and I doubt you know
I still don't like to be away too long

But still, when I call you it just feels all wrong,
'Cause if I try to talk...

Well, I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun
And I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun

I know you didn't call, but maybe the thought scared you
You figured I'm with someone else now
And you don't want to die tonight
But I wish you would call me-
I'd tell you how I want so much for you to come along

And I will when I call you -
I just feel so lost, 'cause if I tell it all...

Well, I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun
And I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun

I thought I'd find out while I dove
But now I know I don't want to have it all if I'm gonna feel so alone

Well, I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun
And I'm still the one who's gone, still the one who's gone
Feels like I'm having too much fun


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Having Too Much Fun Lyrics as written by Nichelos Colby Eric Melin

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    This song... Is Awesome. Listen to it as soon as you can. You'll love this guys voice.

    TheMovielifeon January 16, 2002   Link
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    this is a great song i only got told about this band like 2 days ago and now i love them!!

    emo_22on July 17, 2002   Link
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    this is hits a personal note for me...my best friend and soulmate lives 600 miles away, and sometimes i feel like i shouldn't have too much fun without him. and i don't want to hurt him by talking to much about my boyfriends here, b/c i know we'll be together in the future. it hurts to not tell your best friend everything, but it would also hurt him to tell him everything.

    snozzberryon August 14, 2002   Link
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    quality

    remember_to_breatheon August 26, 2002   Link

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