un-impressed
tune in
turn on
drop out
im gone
left to rot
in someone elses mistakes
generalized as
un-impressed
have i been classified?
to a generation
born to break

you won't get me down
cause i know that you
have been here before me
yeah i know it's true
you've made your mistakes
so let me make mine
in time i'll stop being
so un-impressed

tune in
turn on
drop out
im gone
left to rot
in someone elses mistakes
generalized as
un-impressed
have i been classified
to a generation
born to break

you won't get me down
cause i know that you
have been here before me
yeah i know it's true
you've made your mistakes
so let me make mine
in time i'll stop being
so un-impressed

you won't get me down
cause i know that you
have been here before me
yeah i know it's true
you've made your mistakes
so let me make mine
in time i'll stop being
so un-impressed
stop being so un-impressed


Lyrics submitted by geekgirl9

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    about this time last year i heard this song, i got completely hooked on larger than life, i absolutly love them i wonder if they will ever come here to Canada

    empty_satireon August 21, 2002   Link

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