"Note To Self" as written by Derek Alan Bloom, James Darrell Hargrove, Travis Brandon Richter and Jon Weisberg....
Two roads, split off from here
And my life goes running in opposite directions
Exaggerating the barrier between who I am, and who I want to be

I wanted to be that breath of fresh air
When everything smelled so insincere
But this taste still lingers in my mouth
Deceit has ways of sticking around
And I'm ready to disappear
Vacation seems far from here

Note to self, I miss you terribly
This is what, we call a tragedy
Come back to me, Come back to me, to me
Note to self, I miss you terribly
This is what, we call a tragedy
Come back to me, back to me, to me

I can feel my mind, wandering again
Into where I don't know, and will I ever get home?
Time starts moving, faster than I can
And I'm sick of this scene, I need to break the routine

I can feel my mind, wandering again
Into where I don't know, and will I ever get home?
Time starts moving, faster than I can
And I'm sick of this scene
I need to break the routine

Two roads, split off from here
And my life goes running in opposite directions
Exaggerating the barrier between who I am
And who I want to be

Which part of me is lost?
I feel so close, and yet I am so far
Which part of me is lost?
I feel so close, and yet I am so, far


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"Note to Self" as written by Jon Weisberg Derek Alan Bloom

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    Song MeaningThis song is about being confused through adolescence (hence the title of the album).

    If you read the lyrics they obviously show struggle between childhood and adulthood.


    "note to self: i miss you terribly, this is what we call a tragedy, come back to me"

    Might mean that he misses the simple time when things weren't so complicated, because as you grow into adulthood situations become more complex. You have to find a job, get education, and other things like that.


    "which part of me is lost? I feel so close but I'm still so far"

    Once again, confusion with growing up
    "time starts moving, faster than i can, im getting sick of this scene, i need to break the routine"

    Again he is confused in adolescence and it feels like life is moving way too fast and it all kind of hits you at once, you still feel young and yet you're already finishing school and moving out....


    CeizureParadoxon April 30, 2009   Link

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