"My Apology" as written by and Ryan Pope James Suptic....
You'll be accepting my apology
For taking things too seriously
Sometimes I'm old enough to keep routines
Sometimes I'm child enough to scream

For everything, I broke in two
You're barely missing me, I'm missing you
And everything you do, I really do
I really do, sure I do

My once photographic memory
For recollection's sake is failing me
I can't remember for the life of me

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong
We move on

Get a job where I tell
All of my accounts of someone else
I'm quick enough to judge that they were wrong
That we knew it all along
Sing a long, long-winded song
I would be content to hum along, hum

If I state that my fingers know where to show
What everyone should have known, I'll let it go
Hopefully you'll forget
Any words that I put in print
My luck, you'll change
Have strength enough to walk away

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong
We move on

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong

Sometimes I can think to recite
Words that I read and rewrite
My pens paint people that I've proven wrong
Read and rewrite it wrong


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    General Commentthis song is great. thats me, exactly. i take everything seriously. it got so bad in the end. sux a lot. amazing song, these guys rock.
    bouncingsoul1440on May 09, 2002   Link

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