"Winter Of '95" as written by Cyrus William Bolooki, Chad Everett Gilbert, Ian R. Grushka, Stephen Lee Klein and Jordan I. Pundik....
Do you remember when we
Used to talk on the phone for hours,
Or just kill time by
Counting stars before we went to sleep?

Do you still think I'm funny?
Do you still think I am?
Well, at least to one of us.
Do you still think I'm funny?
Do you think I am?
Well, at least to one of us

Sometimes I get a little out of hand.
I've made so many friends,
and so many plans,
A million people and too much time
That I don't have.

The joke's on you
Well, I don't understand myself
The joke's on you
Well, I meant it the whole time


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"Winter of '95" as written by Cyrus William Bolooki Chad Everett Gilbert

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    General CommentI'm a little confused as to what this song is about.
    I know the first part is about a relationship that ended a long time ago. And the second part is about him making too many friends and not having time for any of them. Like one of those type of people that is friends with absolutely eveyone but doesn't have a best friend.
    How do those two come together to form the winter of '95?
    good song though.
    not_fully_convincedon June 10, 2002   Link

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