"Lou Barlow" as written by and James Matthew Dewees James David Suptic....
I saw Lou Barlow on the street
I don't think he noticed me
I started humming all his songs, you refused to sing along

I told you time and time again
This is not just play pretend
I thought forever meant forever
But sometimes people change
If I don't feel the same
We're not where we belong
We're not where we belong

So many places we could go
I just wanted you to know
Put this all into perspective
A pond is not the sea
And I would burn this town to embers if you ever asked
But if this doesn't last
Those years in the trash
We're not where we belong
We're not where we belong

Hours and hours before the fight
We have every other night
You looked me in the eyes and said
Maybe this should be the end
We're not where we belong
We're not where we belong
We're not where we belong

I saw Lou Barlow on the street
I don't think he noticed me


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"Lou Barlow" as written by James Matthew Dewees James David Suptic

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