"Like Someone You Know" as written by John Bunch, Steven Lee Kleisath, Chad Neptune, Derick Cordoba and Joshua Colbert....
Watch somebody fall from grace
When there's nobody there to take their place
You can't help but feel alone
They left you to your own device
There was nobody to tell you to think twice
You can't help but feel alone
All the times we were losing sight
There's no tunnel, there's no light at all

this could be someone you know
The times we felt all the pain was real
We couldn't help the way we feel, come on
This could be someone you know
This life keeps coming,this life
This life keeps coming on and on

this life keeps coming, this life
This life keeps coming on and on
Take my soul I'm, take my soul I'm
Breaking my heart I'm ready, ready, ready, when you are
Take my soul I'm break my heart I'm ready ready ready!
Take my soul I'm, break my heart I'm ready, ready, ready.
Watch somebody turn away
You've wanted all of your life to see one day
You can't help but feel alone
All the times we were losing sight
There's no shadows, there's no light, come on
This could be someone you know


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"Like Someone You Know" as written by Joshua Colbert John Bunch

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    General CommentI havn't heard this song yet, I'll have to download it . . this song depends on your perspective and once you have an opinion, its self explanatory

    You can't help but feel alone
    All the times we were losing sight
    There's no tunnel, there's no light at all

    - In my perspective that part is referring to a girl or " someone you know " that had a falling out at a point in their life with no one to save them, i.e. drugs, bad relationship

    just a thought .
    MAYBETHISTIME_on January 25, 2005   Link

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